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Camp Fire invites kids in kindergarten – 6th grade to join us for a week of fun featuring art, science experiments, field trips, and outdoor fun.
Open to any enrolled Tulsa Public Schools student, Kindergarten-6th grade. Please choose one week to enroll your student.
Registration will ask you to select your preference for the week of camp your child would like to attend. Spaces will be filled on a first-registered first-scheduled basis. You will be notified of your assigned week after registration or placed on a waiting list if your selected weeks are full.
Drop off and pick up will take place at Celia Clinton elementary each morning at 8:00 a.m. and at 5:15 p.m. in the afternoon.
Youth will be transported by school bus to our Camp Fire camp in Sapulpa on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday and to the Gathering Place and Discovery Lab on Thursday.
Daily breakfast, lunch, and snacks will be provided.
Space is limited, register today!
KINDERGARTEN – 6TH GRADE (MUST BE AT LEAST 5 YEARS OLD)
DATES (pick one week):
June 27-July 1
DROP-OFF & PICK-UP LOCATION:
Celia Clinton Elementary School, 1740 N Harvard Ave, Tulsa, OK 74115
YOUTH WILL BE TRANSPORTED by TPS School Bus to CAMP OKI NEAR SAPULPA, OK
There is no cost for students to attend this camp
For more information or questions: please contact the Camp Fire office at (918) 592-2267 or firstname.lastname@example.org
How much does Spring Break camp cost?
Thanks to funding from AmeriCorps, Tulsa Public Schools and The Opportunity Project, we are able to offer this opportunity at no cost to the youth who attend. This includes all materials for activities and food for breakfast, lunch, and snacks. Youth will also receive a camp shirt to be worn on field trip day.
What if my child cannot attend every day?
While we understand some unexpected events occur and a child may not be able to attend due to illness or other unexpected situation, we do want kids to attend all days if possible. Please choose a week when your child will be able to attend all 5 days. If your child is unable to attend a day, we ask that you contact us before 8am the day you know they won’t be attending so we aren’t waiting on them at drop off.
What does my child need to bring with them?
A complete list of items to bring and prohibited items will be sent in the confirmation packet, but mainly kids need to come dressed and ready for playing in the out of doors.
Youth should wear closed-toe shoes with socks. There are lots of sticks and stones at camp and we certainly don’t want anyone hurting their toes!
Youth will be given a backpack on their first day. They should bring the backpack each day to camp to transport things they have made and carry any personal items.
Youth will be given a water bottle to use throughout the week. They will take it home with them on Friday
Sunscreen – it will be hot and sunny and we certainly don’t want sunburns.
What shouldn’t my child bring to day camp?
Food. This is to minimize exposure to other youth who may have food allergies. We will provide meals and snacks throughout the day.
Heelys or other shoes with wheels
Toys, stuffed animals, Legos, trading cards, etc.
Weapons or knives of any kind
Electronic devices of any kind
Valuables of any kind
Any prohibited items will be collected and returned to the student at the end of the day. Camp Fire is not responsible for lost or damaged items.
Are masks required at camp?
Camp Fire Green Country follows CDC guidelines to ensure the health and safety of all campers and staff members.
The CDC guidance, at this time, is that masks are not required. If the CDC guidance changes you will be contacted with updated information.
What if my child has food allergies?
If your child has any food allergies, please list them in the registration form. We will ensure that there are food options available that meet your child’s dietary restrictions.
What if my child has medication they need to take during the day?
If your child has medication they need to take while attending day camp, please send the medication in its original packaging, contained in a ziplock/zippered baggie. Please also include the child’s name and instructions for use.
One of our leaders will collect and hold that medication for the day and will ensure that your child is able to access it when necessary.
If I need to contact someone while my child is at camp, how do I do that?
You can contact our office at 918-592-2267.
For any other questions specific to your child or not answered above, please contact the Camp Fire office at (918) 592-2267 or email@example.com.
Camp Fire connects young people to the outdoors, to others, and themselves
Camp Fire provides the opportunity to find their spark, lift their voice, and discover who they are.
In Camp Fire, it begins now.