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WHAT TO PACK

Use this list to make sure you bring everything

you need 

SCHEDULE

See what's happening at camp!

EXPECTATIONS

What's expected of

RESET participants

CAMPUS MAP

Not sure where to go?

Use this map to figure out where things are

Health & Safety

COVID-19 precautions

VILLAGES

See what villages are and where they meet

CREATIVES

See what creatives are and where they meet

FAMILY GROUPS

See what family groups are and where they meet

CAMP STORE

Need a snack?

HELP DESK

First aid or general assistance

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WHAT TO PACK

  • Bible

  • Towels

  • Multiple face masks

  • Name tag for luggage

  • Personal hygiene items

  • Notebook

  • Pen/Pencil

  • Backpack/drawstring bag

  • Refillable water bottle 

  • Sunscreen

  • Watch

  • Closed toe, closed heel shoes

  • Recreational clothes you don’t mind getting dirty or wet

  • Cash for camp store

  • Medication (if needed)

  • Cell phone (if approved by leader)

WHAT NOT TO PACK

  • Alcohol

  • Illegal Drugs

  • Tobacco

  • Lighters/matches

  • Any Kind of Weapon or Explosive

  • Electronics/Gaming Systems (Laptops, drones, PlayStation, Xbox, Wii, Switch, etc.)

  • Valuable jewelry

     

See DRESS CODE for examples of appropriate (and unacceptable) clothing

 
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CAMP SCHEDULE

 

Please note that schedule is subject to change.

Friday Night

REC clothes

(RESET t-shirt if you are a returning camper)

 

Saturday Morning

REC clothes

Saturday Night

Casual

Sunday Morning

REC clothes/swimwear

Sunday Night

Dressy Casual with your favorite mask

Monday Morning

ALTERED shirt (which you'll receive at camp)

EXPECTATIONS

CHAPERONES

Chaperones will be expected to make sure students are arriving to scheduled sessions and meals on time, and ensure that students are meeting the expectations below. The Group Leader will be contacted if a student is not present 10 minutes after the start of a session or if there is a behavior issue. 

 

CELL PHONE/HEADPHONES POLICY *NEW*

Phone usage/headphones at camp is at the discretion of the Group Leader. Throughout the weekend, some sessions will allow campers to use their phone to interact with us via games and social media. We will also be sending announcements and updates via text. Cell phone usage will only be allowed at designated times. We will notify campers when we have entered a “no phone zone.” Failure to comply may result in the phone/headphones being confiscated until the end of camp. 

BEHAVIOR

  • Participate in all scheduled services and activities

  • Be on time to all scheduled services and activities

  • Be respectful of your leaders, peers, and yourself

    • ​Bring a great attitude and open mind 

    • No profanity or vulgar language

    • ZERO TOLERANCE for bullying, including teasing, ​harassing, and cyberbullying

    • No public displays of affection (no purpling, hot pink, or royal blue)
       

SAFETY

  • No guests will be allowed to rent golf carts, and may only ride in golf carts if injured

  • No running on inclines

  • No wet clothing inside the worship area and cafeteria
     

HOUSING

  • Campers should be in their room by 11:30 PM with lights out no later than 12 AM

  • No guys in girls’ rooms and no girls in guys’ rooms

  • At least one adult (19 years or older) should be assigned to each room
     

DRESS CODE

  • Wear closed toe and closed heel shoes at all times

  • Wear your name tag at all times (REC activities excluded)

  • Face mask when social distance is not possible

  • No clothing that advertises to tobacco, alcohol, illegal drugs

  • No clothing that explicitly or implicitly promotes racism, sexism, or hatred

  • No clothing that explicitly or implicitly refers to sexual actions or situations

  • No spaghetti straps, except for sleepwear

  • No clothing excessively short or tight fitting

  • Please wear modest, one-piece bathing suits OR a swimsuit covered with a dark colored t-shirt

  • Please wear modest shorts, dresses, slacks, and/or jeans

  • Please do not dress in ways that call attention to underwear (sagging, rolled down waistbands, etc.)


IMPORTANT:

The Camp Director reserves the right to prayerfully send a camper home anytime at their discretion for any illegal and/or inappropriate activity that takes place at camp. Group leaders will be responsible for arrangements if such takes place.

 
 

CAMPUS MAP

CODES

MES - STEPHEN'S CENTER

BC - BAGLEY CENTER

MR - MOUNTAIN RIDGE

RR - ROCKY RIDGE

SCL - SMITH CAMP LODGE

 

HEALTH & SAFETY

RESET Camp is committed to keeping students, leaders, and staff safe. We are preparing to take COVID-19 precautions by working closely with local public health officials and aligning with local, state and federal public health guidelines. This section will be updated frequently as we continue to receive new information. RESET will be following the guidance of Shocco Springs and camp guidelines established by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

A few steps we are taking to keep you safe:

  • ​Camp Nurse

  • Frequent and intensified cleansing and disinfecting of hand surfaces and high traffic areas

  • Multiple sanitizing/hand-washing stations

  • Hand-washing instructions posted in bathrooms

  • Sanitizing activity equipment before and after use

  • Daily temperature and health checks

  • Wearing masks when social distancing is not possible

  • Portable meal options for those who want to eat outside of the dining hall in other designated eating areas

  • Maintaining small groups

  • Collecting health forms for each camper

  • Providing resources to attendees on good hygiene behavior (hand-washing, covering mouths when sneezing/coughing)

  • Staff training on recognizing illnesses and symptoms of COVID-19

  • Providing guidance for Group Leaders on how to recognize symptoms of COVID-19 to assess students and chaperones before traveling to camp

  • Recommended COVID-19 testing and 14-day quarantine before and after camp (if possible)

  • Campers, leaders and staff who are sick, have been diagnosed, have symptoms or have been exposed to COVID-19 within 14 days of camp are prohibited from attending

In Case Of Emergency

Should a child, leader or staff member become ill or show symptoms while at RESET, the individual will be quarantined. The parent/guardian listed on the camper's profile will be contacted immediately if the camper is under the age of 19. A possible shut down of all camp operations could be the result if signs of symptoms are widespread. Please be aware that we will doing everything in our power to keep all campers safe and their parents/guardians well-informed.

 

VILLAGES

are small groups divided by grade. They will also be your "teammates" throughout camp participating in games and challenges to be crowned Village Champions! 

 

WATER

7TH - 8TH GRADERS

MOUNTAIN RIDGE 5232

(2nd floor)

FIRE

9TH - 10TH GRADERS

MOUNTAIN RIDGE 5231

(1st floor)

WIND

11TH, 12TH, GRADUATES

STEPHEN'S CENTER 5605

(1st floor)

EARTH

LEADERS AND CHAPERONES

SMITH CAMP LODGE

CREATIVES

are opportunities for students to explore and cultivate their God-given gifts. RESET offers four options for students to participate in: Music, Drama, Rap/Spoken Word, and Dance. Each group will perform what they’ve worked on at The Showcase. 

 

DANCE

STEP UP

STEPHEN'S CENTER CAFETERIA

MUSIC

JOYFUL NOISE

STEPHEN'S CENTER AUDITORIUM

RAP/POETRY

POETIC JUSTICE

STEPHEN'S CENTER 5605

(1st floor)

DRAMA

SHAKESPEARE

MOUNTAIN RIDGE 5232

(2nd floor)

FAMILY GROUPS

are designed for groups to debrief about the day. We understand that although camp is a fun-filled experience, it is critical that family group time is set aside in the schedule. This gives leaders and students the opportunity to connect, reflect on the day, and discuss takeaways from the day’s message. Each group will be assigned a RESET staffer to support the leader in facilitating.

Check your badge for your Session # and meeting location

 

CAMP STORE

Need a quick snack? 

Open every night after evening worship

 

HELP DESK

STEPHEN'S CENTER - 1ST FLOOR

If you need assistance or first aid, stop by the Help Desk. If it is an emergency, notify the nearest RESET Staff member. Leaders can also reach out to the Camp Director for assistance.

NO ONE AT HELP DESK?

FOR NON-EMERGENCY ISSUES, TEXT 323-457-3738

 

RESET Ministries, Inc. | 9511 Chef Menteur Hwy

Ste. 109-376 New Orleans, LA 70127

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