PACKING FOR CAMP

The packing lists provided are suggestions for what your child will need for her stay in camp. Each program has a few added items that are needed during the summer.  These  additional items are ​NOT ​optional . They are ​ALL ​required for the full participation in the program.  

It is crucial to have name tapes sewn or ironed onto all personal belongings, including eyeglasses, cameras, and luggage. Name stamps and permanent ink should not be used, since they are usually unclear, especially after laundering.  It is impossible to return lost items when they are not labeled.

We do our utmost to see that the children receive all of their laundry back and also that they return home with all of the clothing they brought. However we regret that we are unable to assume any responsibility for clothing lost in the laundry or anything mislaid at camp.

Please be sure to only pack clothing that meets our tznius guidelines.    These guidelines are available on each Packing List which you can find below.

​Please note that Shabbos at camp is not a fashion show.  We strive to foster a Shabbos environment filled with ​ruchnius. Please send suitable, but not overly dressy clothing with your daughter.

THE “DO NOT BRING” LIST

THE FOLLOWING ITEMS HAVE NO PLACE IN CAMP. PLEASE DO NOT SEND TO CAMP WITH YOUR CHILD.

CELLULAR PHONES: Please make sure your child does NOT bring a cellular phone to camp.  If your child must have their phone to travel up to camp, they will be collected and kept in the camp safe until the last day of the session.  Phones will NOT be returned on visiting day.

The following items should not be brought to camp:
-CD Players
-MP3 Players
-Ipods
-Secular Books
-Expensive or sentimental clothing or otherwise that you would be  distressed to have lost or ruined

CONSIDERABLE THOUGHT HAS GONE INTO OUR POLICIES.  WE ASK ALL PARENTS AND STAFF TO SUPPORT OUR POLICIES.

Download Our Printable Campus Packing List
Download Our Printable Pioneers Packing List
Download Our Printable Anna Heller & LISHMA Packing List