Camp Sacajawea Day Camp
Camp Theme: Sc-Outer Space Exploration
As the roles of space exploration are continually being filled more and more each day by female scientists, astronauts, and mathematicians, campers at Camp Sacajawea Day Camp will explore concepts of outer space as well! Campers will experience space-themed rotations that include crafts, games, and outdoor skills. These rotations will be guided by an aerospace educator affiliated with NASA. Campers will also enjoy hiking, archery, and time in "The Dot" splash pad.
Dates & Times of Camp
June 10-14, 2019
Monday-Wednesday; 9am-3pm Daily
Thursday-9am-Overnight (for those campers that have completed 1st grade)
Friday-Camp ends at 9:30am
Girls who have completed 1st grade and up may stay overnight on Thursday, June 13. Current kindergartners will go home after the family program on Thursday night. Girls who go home Thursday do not return on Friday.
Girls who have completed kindergarten and up in the 2018-19 school year may attend as campers. Girls are assigned to units based on grade level unless otherwise requested during registration. Rising 7th-9th graders may attend either as campers or as assistants.
Girl Camp Leadership Programs
Camp Program Assistant/Cadette Program Aide (grades 6 and up)
This program is for girls who want to help younger campers. CPA’s assist leaders in carrying out camp programs and activities. They must register for camp and attend a staff planning session prior to camp. Please contact the camp director for additional information.
Counselor-in-Training/CIT (grades 9 and up)
Older girls may apply to be a CIT. They must complete a CIT Application (#2630) and attend GSVSC’s CIT training. They must register for camp and attend a staff planning session prior to camp. Please contact the camp director for additional information.
Counselor-in-Training II/CIT II (grades 11 and up; must have served at a GSVSC summer camp as a CIT)
Girls can submit a CIT II Application (#2666) if they have previous camp leadership experience. They must register for camp and attend all camp staff meetings. Please contact the camp director for additional information.
Parents are responsible for their daughters’ transportation to and from camp. Parents are encouraged to form carpools with other campers in the area or with their troop.
$95/rising 1st-7th grader
$40/CIT I/CIT II
Early Bird Discount: before April 15, 2019 a discount of $10 will apply to all rising 1st-7th grade campers.
Late Fee: after May 11, 2019 a fee of $15 will apply to all rising 1st-7th grade campers.
Adult camp volunteers receive discounts for campers. Please contact the camp director for more details (Sarah Muminovic, email@example.com).
Registration Opens: February 1, 2019
Registration Closes: May 24, 2019
Financial assistance available to assist with camp fees for those who qualify. All campers requiring financial assistance must submit registration NO LATER than May 10, 2019. This deadline is two weeks earlier than the date that registration closes to provide additional processing time. If you are approved, you will receive an approval email with your discount code. Wait for this code before registering for this event. To request financial assistance, please click this link to complete the application.
All camp attendees must be an active 2019 Girl Scout member. Please visit www.gsvsc.org and select Become A Girl Scout or Volunteer Today to purchase a membership, or, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for help renewing.
Sarah Muminovic, email@example.com