Tution for the session is $213 to help cover materials, food and staff.
Hours of Operation:
The IWMI Leadership Camp hours are Monday-Friday 8:55 am- 2 pm. Dates for the camp are:
2nd and 3rd Graders: June 12-16th Sign up
4th and 5th Graders: June 19-23rd Sign up
6th and 7th Graders: June 26-30th Sign up
Information and Forms:
Below are the Word Document or PDF for registration. Payment can be done via Check or PayPal. Make the check out to IWMI Leadership Camp. Please fill these out promptly and send to 8s040 Creek Drive, Naperville Il, 60540 or email it to email@example.com.
Confirmation of the child’s attendance will only occur when the forms and payment have been both submitted and received. Due to limited space, refunds will not be given.
There will be no proration of fees for any days a child participant cannot attend.
The participants will be divided into separate groups dependent on class size.
Pick-up and Drop-Off Procedures:
Children need to arrive between 8:45-9:00 am and must be picked between 2:00-2:15 pm.
Parent/guardian must park their vehicle in Naperville Central High School’s parking lot off of Aurora Avenue and walk their child into the front building (door #1) and sign the child into the Camp. When the child is leaving, they will need to be signed out as well. The check-in area for the camp will be the classrooms assigned that week. The parent/guardian that signed up their child will receive this information after signing up and paying via email or text.
Late Pick-Up Policy:
There will be a late-fee assessed for children who are picked up after 2:15 pm. The late fee is $1.00 for each minute past 2:15 pm. Repeated late pick-ups may result in the removal of the participant from the program, with no refund for prepaid programs.
Children must bring a drink in a non-glass container each day. Beverages must be clear, or light colored and must be labeled with the child’s name. Brightly colored drinks are prohibited. Please do not send gum or candy. Snacks will be provided and will be restricted to the entire class’s dietary needs or allergies.
IWMI Leadership Camp are not permitted to administer medication to program participants. In the event of a medical emergency, IWMI Leadership Camp will administer first aid, CPR, and rescue in the best interest of the child. Parents will be contacted if care is administered. Allergy medications may be administered if directed in writing by the child’s parent/guardian.
Parents and guardians are required to inform the IWMI Leadership Camp in writing of any special circumferences which may affect the child’s ability to participate fully and within the guidelines of acceptable behavior, including, but not limited to, any serious behavioral problems or special circumstances regarding psychological, medical, or physical conditions. Once the notice is submitted, a conference will be scheduled with the parent/guardian to discuss the special circumstances and whether the Camp can accommodate the circumstances.
Children should dress appropriately for the activities scheduled. IWMI Leadership Camp recommends shorts and a light weight shirt or top, and athletic shoes or sneakers, and a sweatshirt or jacket for indoor activities. Sandals, flip-flops, rubber “crocs”-style shoes, and other open-toed shoes are not recommended as acceptable attire. Shirts should have a minimum of 1” wide shoulder straps. Clothing that displays drugs, alcohol, tobacco, offensive language, excessive bagginess, or is excessively revealing will not be permitted.
Please put the child’s name on all articles of clothing, snack bags, bags, etc. Children should not bring toys, mobile phones, electronic devices, jewelry, money, or any possession of value with them to any of the programs. Children will be responsible for their belongings.
Behavior Management/Discipline Policy:
IWMI Leadership Camp staff will create a fun and safe environment for participants in the program. Praise and positive reinforcement are used as effective methods of behavior management. Children who do not respond to these methods or who are destructive to others or to property will be dealt with in a professional, positive, and timely manner to correct the behavior. The following procedures will be followed for behavior management. All incident reports will be discussed privately with parents/guardians and a copy of each report will be kept on file at the IWMI Leadership Camp.
- In the event a child’s behavior is a repeated behavior and cannot be corrected by the IWMI Staff with a verbal warning or other form of behavior modification, a first incident report will be written to document and correct behavior. A copy of the report will be given to the parent/guardian the same day as the incident.
- A second incident report will be written if the behavior is repeated by or new behavior problems occur with the same child. This report will follow the same process as the first, but a one day suspension could accompany this report, and no refund will be provided for suspended days. A copy of the report will be given to the parent/guardian the same day as the second incident.
- A third incident report will be completed using the same process as the first two. The IWMI Leadership Camp staff will write this report. Staff will provide this report to the parent/guardian.
Incident reports will be discussed privately with a parent/guardian by a IWMI
staff and Director. Dismissal from a program can occur at this time.
NOTE: Immediate dismissal from the program can occur at any time given severe circumstances. Refunds for missed days due to a discipline dismissal will not be granted.