WCYC Camp Rules & Policies
WCYC Summer Youth Camp Rules & Policies
- During the summer youth camp sessions, no other use of the camp facilities will be allowed.
- All visitors during camp sessions must be coordinated with the Session Director.
- It is expected that all campers and staff will wear appropriate, modest attire. This also applies to swimwear.
- As a Christ-centered organization, we want WCYC to be a place that brings glory to God. We do not wish to be overly strict about a dress codes. Neither do we wish to allow an environment that will be uncomfortable for our children.
- For a more elaborate explanation of our requirements and policies regarding attire at our youth camp sessions, please, refer to the bullets titled “Clothing” and “Swimwear” on our What Should I Bring to Camp? page.
- It is expected that all campers and staff follow the WCYC Technology Policy (see below).
- Click here for WCYC’s policy about food being sent to campers.
WCYC Summer Youth Camp Technology Policy
In an attempt to disconnect from the physical world and engage more fully with the spiritual world, it is required that campers do not bring the following items to camp sessions.
- Cell Phones
- Music Players (MP3 and otherwise)
- Electronic Tablets (iPad, Kindle, Nook, etc.)
- Hand held video games.
While it is understood that staff members have commitments outside of camp sessions that require communication via technology, the board recommends that staff members limit the use of technology. The goal is to be more present and invested in the session and the lives of the campers.
Universal WCYC Rules & Policies (for All Sessions & Retreats)
- No firearms.
- No fireworks.
- No drugs, tobacco, and alcohol.
- No pets.
- Horseplay and practical jokes are discouraged.
- All campfires must have prior approval by the Session Director or Operations Manager.
- Clothing: It is expected that all campers and staff will wear appropriate, modest attire.
- Sexual misconduct will not be tolerated.
Violation of any of these Rules & Policies may be grounds for dismissal from camp sessions. If a camper is dismissed, WCYC is not obligated to refund any registration fees.