Planning for Camp
Medical/Health Form Requirements
The online camper medical form, located in your family registration account will need to be completed by everyone prior to January 1st or at the time of registration. In addition to health-related questions, this form allows us to treat and/or seek medical attention for your camper in the event it is needed. (Note to returning families: last year’s information will auto populate. However, you still need to review the form, complete any blank fields and “submit” the form.)
In addition to the online health form, camp requires a current (within 12 months) physical signed by your child’s health care provider which indicates he/she is able to participate in camp activities. This form should not be mailed to Camp. – PLEASE UPLOAD TO YOUR ACCOUNT IN CAMPBRAIN PRIOR TO MAY 1ST. IF YOU HAVE AN APPOINTMENT SCHEDULED AFTER THIS DATE, PLEASE UPLOAD THE PRIOR YEAR’S PHYSICAL UNTIL A NEW ONE IS AVAILABLE.
If your physician does not provide a physical form noting that your child is able to participate in school sports or camp activities, please have your physician fill out and sign this form and upload to your camp account. This form may be used in lieu of the camper physical and/or physician statement of well-being for participation in camp/sports with no restrictions. (Download)
For campers taking any medications (prescription and/or over-the counter): Written M.D. orders for all medications need to be provided along with the medication in its original container(s) to the nurse at check-in.
If you have any questions regarding the online health form or if you feel that you need to touch base with our nursing staff prior to your child attending camp, please contact the office.
On check-in day, your camper will be seen by a nurse who will be able to review his/her records. Additionally, your child will have a head lice check before being able to settle into his/her cabin.
Tips & Resources
Check In/Check Out
Please refer to the Camper/Parent Handbooks for Check-in/Check-out information.
Camp Bernadette for Girls 2021 Handbook
Camp Fatima for Boys 2021 Handbook
Camp Fatima Special Needs Week 2021 Handbook
What to Bring to Camp
Remember: Warm Days. Cool Nights.
For a two-week stay, we recommend:
Heavy Sweater and/or Jacket
Raincoat or Poncho
Personal Toilet Articles
Sneakers/Shoes (2 prs.)
Towels (6 — for swimming & showers)
Pants (include one nice pair)
Bathing suits (2)
Sleeping Bag (or 3-4 heavy blankets and 3 sheets)
Pillow and 2 Pillow Cases
Stamped, self-addressed envelopes
What NOT to Bring to Camp
- Please do not send your children to camp with money, expensive clothes or equipment (i.e. tennis rackets, iPods, radios, jewelry, cameras, portable chairs, mini refrigerators, DVD players, laptops etc). These items tend to get lost or damaged. If your child brings such items, the camp will not be responsible for loss or damage.
- Please keep sports equipment at home. All sports equipment during your child’s stay is provided by the camp.
- Due to insurance restrictions, animals, bicycles, skateboards, rollerblades, and barber clippers WILL NOT be allowed in camp.
- Cell phones will be turned in upon arrival and stored securely by camp staff until check out day
- drugs, alcohol and weapons are STRICTLY PROHIBITED from camp
Tips & Resources
We strongly encourage that everything is labeled with a black sharpie or some type of label. We have partnered with Oliver’s Labels for your convenience. You can order the labels through your CampBrain registration account on our site.
Looking for a sturdy reliable trunk or other camp gear? Check out Everything Summer Camp. Be sure to include the following codes when placing your order: cabin625FT for Camp Fatima and use code cabin619BT for Camp Bernadette.
Want to send an email instead of snail mail to your child while they are at camp? Please use this form for more information – Bunk1 2021 info sheet.