Whether your camper is with us at Shrine Mont Camps for 5 days or 12 days, we understand that you may want to communicate with him or her at some point throughout the session. Oftentimes, campers also want to reach out to their parents during their time at camp because they are missing home or want to share their camp experiences with family. Additionally, we want y’all to know that Shrine Mont Camps is accessible and excited to speak with camper families throughout the summer- whether you have a camper in session or not. So, what we’re saying is- it’s all about communication, y’all! Below we outline our communication options and limitations while your camper is in session with us at camp. At the heart of all of our communication decisions lies the strong belief that at camp we can cultivate an environment in which each and every camper is beloved, valued and able to push him/herself to experience new things without distraction from the world ‘down the mountain’; we hope you’ll support us in these policies throughout the summer and the rest of the year.
How Can Campers Reach Out to Their Families?
How Can Families Reach OUt to Shrine Mont Camps (and vice versa)?
How Can Families Reach Out to Their Campers?
Your family is an essential piece of the Shrine Mont Camps puzzle and we want to be sure that you are included in as much of the summer as is necessary and possible. If you have concerns about our communication policies, please do not hesitate to reach out to us before your camper arrives at camp. Otherwise, we’ll catch you via carrier pigeon (just kidding)!
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