For campers taking the bus, it can be a new and exciting adventure. We want to make sure their experience is a positive one. Please help us by reviewing the following guidelines with your camper:
- Once on the bus, campers should take a seat. While on the bus, all campers must stay seated, with their seat belts buckled**, at all times. If you need help, please raise your hand and one of the bus counselors will help you.
- Upon arrival at camp, campers should stay in their seats until they are told that they can safely exit the bus. Staff members will be on hand to walk your camper (and their belongings) to their group.
- Campers are expected to use proper manners, behavior, and language at all times.
- Youngest campers sit in the front of the bus. Older siblings or friends can join young campers in the front if they would like.
- Campers’ heads, hands, feet, arms, or anything else should be kept inside of the open bus windows and out of the aisle. Yelling out of the bus windows will not be tolerated.
- Campers should be aware of their belongings at all times, especially when arriving at Camp in the mornings, and getting off of the bus in the afternoon. Everwood is not responsible for any lost or damaged property.
- Electronic devices including cell phones, Ipads, Ipods, video games, etc. are prohibited on the bus and at Camp.
- No food, gum, or drinks of any kind (besides water) can be consumed on the bus at any time.
- Campers should not carry medication on their person. All medication should be given to the bus counselor (by a parent or another authorized adult), who will deliver it to the nurse’s office.
- Please do not send notes in with your Camper. They do not always make it to the Camp Office, and cannot be considered acceptable forms of communication. Please email or call the Camp Office with any transportation changes, messages, or questions that you might have.
**As each of our buses have been outfitted with seat-belts, it is mandatory by law that all children wear seat-belts while riding to Camp.