Information Please print off and fill out student information forms before you first attend camp or class so that we have contact information in a hardcopy form. For emergencies our contact
numbers during camps are Wendy 318-278-3171 and Laura 469-834-6470. Feel free to observe our camps at any time but please be considerate if your child has separation
Camp Refund Policy If a time
conflict arises we can transfer your child to another camp provided that camp is not full. If full we can put him or her on
a waiting list. A credit or refund will be granted when requested more than two weeks prior to the beginning of the camp.
Refund requested less than two weeks prior to the camp start date will not be granted, unless the vacated spot is filled minus
a $15.00 processing fee. During camp if your child misses due to behavior or illness we will do our best to catch them up during
that camp time only but we are unable help them finish thier art projects during a different camp week due to differing projects
and themes of camps.
Pick-Ups and Drop-offs Due to the location of our classes/camps you will not be able to drop off your child at the
front door of CCBC. Please
ensure that you or someone you trust walks your child to our classroom and checks them in. If someone else is picking up your
child please provide a written note with the name and DL number of the person picking your child up and turn it in to us.
On the first day of the week long camps you will be given a form and map for the option of drive through pick up
at 12:00 pm. On M – Th. On the
last day of the one-day and week long camps we request that you please arrive at 11:45
am to see a showing of all the artwork.
If any discipline issues should arise we will always do our best to redirect your child but in the
event we are unable to calm them or they are too disruptive to the camp we will call you and ask for you to either talk to
your child or pick them up. No behavior issues will be held against your child. We will do our best to accommodate them to
ensure they have a memorable experience and want to return for the fun camps.
see below for guidance techniques.
Tee-Shirt Care To ensure colors from fading on all camp tee-shirts please do the following before you wash: remove
all removable parts, iron for 5 minutes with a pressing cloth or heat in the dryer for 20 minutes on high heat.
Liability Waiver Please fill out and return the liability
waiver on the first day of class or camp. See the form on the forms page.
acknowledge the feeling
communicate their choices
tell the alternative
Rules for Responsible Human Behavior
•Treat others the way you want to be treated (respect the rights of others).
•Take only reasonable risks. (Decide what level of risk management is acceptable
and reasonable, and what level is not.)
•Take care of the environment.
Focus on Basic Ground Rules and Expectations
• Be Kind. Stop behavior if it infringes on the rights of others.
• Be Safe. Stop behavior if it presents a clear risk of harm
to oneself or others.
Neat. Stop behavior if it will unnecessarily damage the environment.
1. Wait for your turn. Respect the rights of others!
2. Use your walking feet. Remember
safety and health!
3. Put your paper towel in the trash can. Take care of the environment!
The purpose of
this technique is to teach children three basic foundations for social and behavioral rules in a respectful society.
In setting guidelines for appropriate behavior we help each child with personal judgments and practical experiences
of self. The knowledge of individual children and their capabilities help us determine how to help them be successful in following
the rules of our classroom.
•Human Rights–Basic liberties and privileges due
all human beings
•Children have a right
–Be protected from injury
–Avoid unnecessary discomfort
–Protect their possessions
–Be treated fairly