Health Services and Safety
Our summer camp medical team includes a registered nurse and a licensed athletic trainer. In the event of an illness or injury, a member of the camp staff will escort the camper either to the nurse or to the athletic trainer.
If your child has an epi-pen and/or an inhaler, please plan to leave the device(s) with the nurse (if attending camp on the Main Campus) or with the athletic trainer (if attending camp at the GFS Fields) on the first day of your child's camp. Please also plan to pick up the epi-pen and/or inhaler on the last day of camp.
If your child will take any prescription medications during camp, the medication must be left with the nurse and will be administered solely by the camp nurse; campers may not keep medications with them.
If your child is not enrolled in GFS, you must provide a copy of your child’s immunization records, including documentation to confirm that your child has completed a TB (Tuberculosis) test. If your child has any medical problems or physical limitations, please share that information both during registration and with the nurse and/or trainer in person.