What to Bring and What to Know
ABOUT YOUR LOCATIONS, DATES and TIMES
Check your email confirmation and/or view the camp schedule here.
MONDAY CHECK IN TIMES
Campers ages 11-14: Check-in at 8:15am.
Campers ages 6-10: Check-in at 8:35am.
A parent, guardian or authorized adult must accompany the camper on the first day of camp.
A parent, guardian or authorized adult is required to pick up the camper at dismissal of each day.
DROP OFF TUES-FRI: 8:45 AM to 9:00 AM.
PICK UP TIMES–EVERY DAY: 3:00 P.M.
Due to additional commitments for our coaches, parents must be prompt for pick up. We can cover up to 15 minutes after the camp day ends, but it is prohibitive for coaches to remain any longer. Check with your Camp Director regarding unique pick up and release logistics.
If you feel you must drop your child off earlier than 8:45 a.m. or pick your child up later than 3:15 p.m., please register for extended supervision. Call 877-226-9919 for arrangements.
DAILY ACTIVITIES AND CAMP SCHEDULE
SUBMIT PRIOR TO CAMP
1. GENERAL RELEASE and WAIVER: SUBMIT ELECTRONICALLY
All participants must submit a completed waiver in order to participate.
Click here to complete and submit the waiver in advance of the camp.
BRING ON MONDAY
1. NFL PUNT, PASS AND KICK WAIVER FORM: BRING TO CAMP
At each camp, we host the official NFL Punt, Pass and Kick Contest. This requires an additional entry form and waiver.
Please print, complete and bring the NFL Punt, Pass and Kick on Monday.
2. HEALTH HISTORY FORM (For campers attending CT or NJ camp locations only)
Campers attending a New Jersey or Connecticut camp locations MUST COMPLETE and submit a Health History Form.
This completed form should be brought to check-in on Monday morning.
3. SELF MEDICATION WAIVER FORM: (IF APPLICABLE)
If your child brings medication(s) to camp, please bring a completed Self Medication Permission Form.
This form is mandatory and must be submitted upon your first day arrival at camp.
BRING EVERY DAY
4. Lunch + Drink(s)
Note about peanut products: A number of children with nut/peanut allergies are attending our camps. To further assist these campers, we are asking that you refrain from packing nut/ peanut products in your child(ren)?s lunch. We will have designated nut/peanut-free tables at which these campers may eat their lunch.
5. Water bottle filled (with name on it)
6. Tennis Shoes (mandatory)
7. Cleats (Optional but highly recommended)
8. Sun Screen (Mandatory–apply in am prior to camp and re-apply after lunch)
9. Windbreaker (for rain)
10. A Towel (for rain)
11. A Gym Bag
12. Your official camp T-Shirt will be provided and must be worn very day.
13. A great attitude–be excited for camp! We certainly can’t wait to play some football!