Yes. Clarity Camp will promote a safe and loving environment where children are valued, protected and encouraged in their faith. Clarity Camp has four goals related to Child Protection:
Parents and legal guardians are encouraged to review the Code of Conduct during the registration process with their children.
Students and chaperones will be trained in large groups on the first day of camp, using a Recognize, Resist, and Report framework.
Children will be reminded of Code of Conduct requirements so they can recognize anyone (adult or child) violating it.
Children will be encouraged to resist, knowing they are made in God’s image and should never be mistreated for another’s pleasure.
Please ask your students and chaperones to pack:
Please ask your students and chaperones not to pack anything that:
Clarity Staff may contact Group Leaders or Chaperones regarding students who are dressed inappropriately (clothing deemed excessively short, tight fitting, or revealing of undergarments) and will be asked to address the situation with students. If an adult with the student’s church/organization is not easily identifiable within the area, a staff member of the same gender will address the student.
Suggested additional items:
In most cases, Group Leaders will determine their own policies/procedures related to the handling of prescription medications for campers. Parents are expected to communicate the needs to their individual Group Leaders prior to departing for camp. However, if the prescription needs of a student require additional care outside of what a Group Leader is equipped to navigate, they may coordinate care with Clarity Camp’s Lead Nurse.