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Registration For Camp Arrowhead 2022
We are no longer accepting new campers to Camp Arrowhead 2022.
If you have attended in the past or are already registered this summer and would like more weeks please call the front office. Otherwise we hope to see you next summer!!
Registration is ONLINE!
1. Please login to your Community Pass account through the Natick Recreation and Parks website at www.natickma.gov/recreation and register for your desired weeks starting March 15 at 12:00pm. A non-refundable $75 registration fee will be required at registration. After registration is complete you will receive an email receipt with a link to our new health form system "JotForm" (replacing our last one called CampDoc).
2. Click on your JotForm link and complete your registration by filling out the profile and uploading your proof of Physical and Immunization Record by Friday, April 1.
Assistance in uploading documents or completing your profile is available by calling the Cole Center at (508)647-6530.
3. Registrants must complete their profile and upload their required documentation by April 1 to be included in the lottery. Incomplete profiles will not be considered.
RESIDENTS who complete all these steps by April 1 will receive the weeks they request.
NON-RESIDENTS who complete all these steps by April 1 will be added into a lottery.
4. Participants will be notified of their week standings by April 8 and will need to be prepared to provide payment during the following week. If an agency is paying there will be separate paperwork to fill out.
Registration cannot be completed over the phone or via fax.
There are (6) one-week sessions, Monday through Friday • 9:00 am - 3:00 pm.
Session 1 June 28 – July 1 (4 Days - No camp June 27)
Session 2 July 5 – July 8 (4 Days - No camp July 4)
Session 3 July 11 – July 15 (5 Days)
Session 4 July 18 – July 22 (5 Days)
Session 5 July 25 – July 29 (5 Days)
Session 6 August 1 – August 5 (5 Days)
There will be 2 options for Day Camp sessions this year!
This option would be outdoors when appropriate and indoors when the weather is a washout or too hot.
In order to accommodate more individuals at different levels of comfortability we have created a second option. We are creating a completely outdoor option that will run any nice weather days. This program will only run on days we can fully be outdoors.
This is good for individuals who do not want to participate when camp must be held indoors due to sensory overload or being uncomfortable in these times of COVID-19. • 9:00 am - 3:00 pm. The dates are the same however if we need to cancel due to weather you will be refunded for the day. (Please note our price has an added administrative fee that is only refunded if the FULL WEEK gets cancelled. The price per day will be listed at registration)
At registration you will pick which option is your first choice, and if you also would be interested in the other option should the first choice option be full.
At the time of registration you will let us know if you choose to provide your own 1:1 aid or if you would like the program to try and assign one to you. *Please note the 1:1 aids will have guidelines to follow as well and we may not be able to provide a 1:1 aid to every camper. Campers are always welcome to attend with their own aid (parent, guardian, caregiver, etc.).
All aids will be handled by our volunteer program supervisor. There will be paperwork if you are choosing to provide your own aid including a CORI and SORI.
There will only be the typical August Residential this year.
Camp Arrowhead is built on acceptance and compassion. The 1:1 aids play a huge role in our camp settings. Residential is no different. We truly feel the benefit of a 1:1 for all individuals is a positive one. The skills we teach help our campers who transition to living in a home with others. At this time we do not accept individuals who require to send their own aid to Residential. If you would like to discuss this with our Camp Director please email email@example.com to discuss this further.
Safety protocols on Residential will be coming out as guidelines are released. At this time all individuals will be required to wear a mask unless they are inside their bunk.
Testing protocols are forthcoming and guidelines are released, to ensure the safety for all attending.
At this time Vaccines are not required but are recommended.