Tulsa Camp Fire | Light The Fire Within

2024 Camper Behavioral Profile

2024 Camper Behavioral Profile

Help us provide a better camp experience for your child by answering the following questions as honestly and specifically as possible. Email additional information directly to campwaluhili@tulsacampfire.org including camper’s name and session.

Camp Fire trains all camp staff members to provide reasonable accommodations for all abilities or disabilities. We hire one male and one female staff member per week specifically for children who would be more successful with an individual buddy. Campers with physical, emotional, developmental, medical, or behavioral limitations, needs, or disabilities, or campers requiring specific healthcare, must register at least 14 days (2 weeks) prior to the camp session so camp staff can be fully prepared to welcome your child at camp. Contact the Camp Director, Stevie Watson at 918-592-2267 to discuss specific accommodations.

This form will take about 50 minutes to complete.

This must be the same email used in the Initial Registration and all other registrations for the 2024 camp season.
Camper's First and Last Name
Camper's First and Last Name
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Camper Likes / Dislikes

Include anything that might be helpful for your counselor to know including likes/dislikes and most important aspects of your camper's life i.e. foods, hobbies, school subjects, books, faith, outdoors, singers/bands, sports, or other activities.

Home Life and Routines

Please elaborate on your camper's home and life routines including: number of siblings your camper has, number of siblings your camper lives with, relationship between your camper and their siblings, and if they share a room.
Has your child experienced any of the following in the past 3 years?

Activities and Experiences

Has your child stayed away from home/family for the length of time of their chosen camp session?
Has your child slept in a tent, outdoors, overnight?

Handling Stress

How does your camper react when they don't get their way, don't win at a game, become upset, or are frustrated, "hangry", or tired? How do they "act out" at home, school, or in groups? Check their top three signs of stress.

Camper Safety

Do you have any specific fears, concerns, or hesitations about your child attending camp?
Does your camper have any specific fears, concerns, or hesitations about attending camp?

Our Mission

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.

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