All campers, volunteers and staff must have a completed camp medical form on file. Boys will not be allowed to participate in many camp activities without a completed medical form, signed by a licensed health care practioner. Completed forms should be returned to the Nashua Valley Council office no later than June 20, 2014. Returning your son's form early enables the camp health officer to review the form and resolve any missing information before your son arrives at camp. Copies of the form will be mailed to all Cub Scouts in February.
All medication must be turned in to the camp health officer upon arrival at camp. It must be in its original packaging and must be accompanied by physician's orders. Authorization to administer medication must be given by signing the appropriate section of the camp medical form. Medications may only be administered by the camp health officer. Exceptions may be made for asthma inhalers and similar medications at the discretion of the camp health officer in consultation with parents and physician if necessary.
Help us ensure that camp is a positive experience for your son. Please avoid changing your son's medication or dosage immediately before or during your week at camp.
Safety at camp
All camp activities are conducted in accordance with the Boy Scouts of America's Youth Protection policies. All staff and volunteers are sudject to manadatory background checks. Camp activities are conducted in accordance with the policies and practices of the Boy Scouts of America.
The camp employs a full-time EMT who is on site at all times and is accessible quickly by local emergency services. Staff are trained in basic first-aid and CPR.
The buddy-system is used at all times to keep boys safe