Stevenson HS Marching Band Camp Chaperone Application
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The Stevenson High School Marching Band is accepting adult chaperone applications for away band camp in the summer of 2017. Marching Band Camp will be held from Aug. 13th - Aug. 18th at Lake Ann Camp near Traverse City.

These positions are unpaid. Positions are limited based on the number of student campers and final decisions will be made by the Band and Camp Directors. Chaperones are responsible for their own transportation, unless selected to travel on the bus.

We greatly appreciate the time and effort that you are volunteering to give the program and recognize that your time is valuable. Mr. Sekich would not be able to do what he does for all our kids if it were not for the time you are donating. Lake Ann does charge the Band Boosters $260 per adult for room and board. Although not required, we encourage a minimum donation of $130 to the boosters to help offset your charge. Contribute what you think is fair but most importantly what you can afford. You will receive a tax receipt for any donation.

Requirements for Band Camp Chaperone:
• Must be 26 years of age or older
• Must have, or be related to, a child in the high school marching band program
• Must be willing to attend a pre-camp training meeting in July
• Must possess or be willing to acquire State Police Background Check and Child Abuse clearances
• Must possess a valid Michigan Drivers License

Helpful, but not required:
• CPR, first aid and/or lifeguard certification
• Previous experience supervising and assisting school-age children

General Responsibilities of an Adult Chaperone for Stevenson Marching Band:
• Maintain a clean and professional appearance at all times
• Be courteous, pleasant and respectful to all campers and fellow staff members
• Help the camp leaders to conduct activities and interact with the campers during camp activities and free time
• Respect the buildings and facilities on camp property as if they were your own
• Serve as a good role model to all campers by participating in all camp activities
• Foster an uplifting environment with your enthusiasm and by keeping your speech free from profanity
• Refrain from bringing any alcohol or controlled substances onto the premises
• Provide guidance and assistance to young adult stafferones

Chaperones are selected based on their willingness to assist and interact for the benefit of all campers.

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