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Begins on June 12, 2021, and officially ends at 12:00 noon on June 26, 2021. The residence halls will open at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, June 12, 2021. Residence halls will close at 5:00 p.m. on Friday, June 26, 2021.

Registration will be held on Saturday, June 12, 2021 between the hours of 8 am and 3 pm.  All campers are required to register and must report to The Piney Woods School’s Zilpha Chandler Library for camp registration, dorm assignments, and receiving t-shirts.

All campers must be between the ages of 10 and 14 and cannot be less than 10 or more than 14 as of June 12, 2021.

From Monday through Friday, campers will begin their day with a wholesome breakfast and then attend their scheduled enrichment camp. Weekends will include large group functions and social activities, with Sunday set aside for attending chapel service, resting, and participating in other recreational activities.

Campers will be required to wear t-shirts, shorts, and tennis shoes. One regulation PWS T-shirt is included in camp fees. Additional T-shirts can be purchased at the following cost: (S-M-L) $10.00 each (XL-XXXL) $12.00 each

NOTE: Campers must bring at least three pairs of solid blue, black, and/or khaki shorts (no more than two inches above the knee). Those participating in Agriculture Camp may bring pants.  SAGGING PANTS WILL NOT BE ALLOWED!  If you are enrolling in the Agriculture Camp, please bring blue or black pants and a pair of old shoes (you don’t mind getting dirty). 

Full dress requirements are:

  • Regulation solid blue, solid black, or solid khaki shorts – boys and girls (no more than two inches above the knee)
  • Regulation PWS T-shirts
  • Tennis shoes for daily wear
  • Dress, skirt, or appropriate dress slacks and blouse for Sunday (girls)
  • Dress pants and shirt with tie for Sunday (boys)
  • Dress shoes for Sunday
  • White or black socks – boys and girls (socks must be worn daily)
  • Black or dark brown belt (boys and girls)

 

Yes.  Sunday Services will be held on June 20, 2021.

All students must:

  • Wear regulated summer camp attire unless otherwise specified.
  • Have their hair combed neatly daily.
  • Not wear plastic hair covers, rollers, or bed clothing outside of the dormitory.
  • Dress appropriately. No bare midriffs or unbuttoned shirts or blouses that expose the chest area.
  • Look neat while out on campus grounds.
  • Not wear plastic hair covers, rollers, or bed clothing outside of the dormitory.
  • Wear moderate swimwear (girls must wear one-piece bathing suits only; boys must wear jams only.)
  • Be dressed or in a bathrobe while in the dormitory doorways, hallways, lounge, windows, or in view from the outside.
  • Wear cap bibs to the front.
  • Not wear caps or hats inside buildings.

Girls

  • Earrings are to be no longer than one inch in length.
  • Skirts/shorts are to be worn within the bounds of propriety.

Boys

  • Earrings cannot be worn. • No sagging pants or shorts allowed. • No du rags worn outside the dormitory.
  • Book bag, pencils, notebook paper, pens, dictionary, etc.
  • Sunday School clothing (see question 7), a bible, and dress shoes
  • Sleepwear
  • Pillow, bed linen (twin), blankets, and mattress cover/pad
  • Long handle combination or bike chain combo lock and a neck key chain (students are encouraged to keep their valuables* locked away)
  • Toothbrush, toothpaste, deodorant, hair care products, towels, etc.
  • Bathrobe, slippers/shower shoes, one-piece bathing suits (girls), swim trunks (boys), raincoat/umbrella
  • Sunblock
  • Hand sanitizer and Face coverings (washable) at least 4
  • Spending money/credit card (We offer on campus student banking.) *To prevent items from being lost or stolen, we recommend that expensive items be left at home: ie, jewelry, headphones, electronic devices, including cell phones, tablets, laptops, cameras, etc. These devices are restricted during day activities.

If your child gets sick or has an accident during camp, he/she will receive medical attention from the school’s nurse or school doctor. If it is necessary for your child to receive medical attention off campus, the parent will be responsible for ALL medical expenses and/or prescribed medications. To obtain off-campus medical service for your child, we will need to have the following information on file:

                 A.   Signed and notarized medical consent form from parent(s) (see forms attached)

                 B.   Copy of insurance/ Medicaid card

                 C.  Important health information on special diets, asthma, allergies, hyperactivity, heart                                      condition,  epilepsy, blood type, etc.

IMPORTANT: Doctors and/or hospitals may refuse treatment of a camper without a notarized Medical Consent Form signed by parent(s) or guardian(s).

Be sure to complete and return all the requested forms attached. The fee of $150 must be paid in full along with the submission of all paperwork.

PLEASE READ THIS SECTION CAREFULLY!

Disciplinary practices hold the best interest of the camper and school in mind. Campers will be expected to follow all school rules and regulations. They will be provided with an orientation session and a camper handbook. It is important to note that school policies on discipline may include one or more of the following, depending on the offense:

  1. Expulsion (fighting, possessing illegal substances and/or weapons, insubordination, breaking rules repeatedly)
  2. Work duty (dining hall, paper detail, etc.)
  3. Social probation (cannot attend social activities)
  4. Other methods will be used depending on the offense.  Summer campers are expected to abide by the school’s policy regarding drug and alcohol use; summer campers are therefore subject to testing if school officials have reasonable suspicion of drug and/or alcohol use. If the test proves positive, the summer camper may be suspended for the remainder of the Summer Enrichment Camp. The parents/guardians will receive no refund of fees.

Our transportation policy, for summer campers, is as follows:

             A.  We provide transportation to and from the airport as well as the bus and train stations from                          Jackson, Mississippi, ONLY between the hours of 6:00 a.m. until 10 p.m. If you wish for your                                  child(ren) to arrive or depart from another city or place, it will be your responsibility to make ALL                    the arrangements for getting them to and from The Piney Woods School.

            B.  For safety reasons and identification purposes, we must have a photograph of your child.

All instructors bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to the program. Camp counselors are usually college students and alumni who are assigned to a small group of students and will be responsible for their overall chaperoning, care, and guidance. All counselors go through training prior to working with students. The nurse, doctor, camp coordinator, administrators, school counselors, and dormitory parents will also be available to help make summer camp a successful and happy experience.

June 12 - 25, 2021

Ages 10 - 14

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