You will receive an email confirming your registration after you register online or your paper registration has been processed. The email will contain links to the confirmation guides and additional forms that require your signature. There is a seperate guide for girls and Parents/Guardians. Please read these guides as they contain important information for a successful camp experience. A reminder will be emailed to you approximately two weeks before camp.
Fill out and mail all forms by June 6, 2014 to Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast, PO Box 14999, Milwaukee, WI 53214 or email forms to CampiGirl@gswise.org
Alverno Consent Form
Authorization to Administer Medications Form
Camp iGirl Release Agreement
Physical Exam Form
Girl Scouts of the USA and the State of Wiscosnin no longer require
a signature from a physician or nurse practioner prior to attending camp. Girl Scouts of Wisconsin Southeast will no longer be collecting Physical Exam forms. If you have additional medical concerns that you would like to share with camp staff, please contact the camp director.
Many girls come to camp to make new friends. However, some girls choose to come with a buddy. Girls who wish to room together at camp should submit registration forms together or register online at the same time. We only place girls together if they are listed on both girl's forms. We can only accomodate 2 girls per room.
Cell Phone Policy
To help your camper best enjoy camp activities and get the most out of the experience, camper cell phones will not be permitted. Contact a director for any special circumstance where you feel you would need to be in contact during the week. We believe that being at camp is an opportunity for your child to experience a world beyond home. Camp allows girls to develop autonomy, independence and a stronger sense of self. It allows them to make new friends, take responsibility and problem solve. These things cannot be achieved when parents are only a phone call away. Ignoring the cell phone policy allows campers to focus on their friends at home rather than their friends at camp. Cell phones limits campers from turning to their peers or counselors for advice, and they prevent campers from problem solving. Cell phone use at camp interferes with an important peer aspect of the overnight camp experience. When parents allow their child to break the rules and take a cell phone to camp, they are teaching their child that the rules apply to every other family, but not theirs. Please respect our policy and take the time to discuss it with your camper.
Our remarkable staff includes college students and educators from the United States and countries around the world. They are compassionate, energetic, and fun. They go through intensive training in youth development, activity skills, and safety procedures to help serve as outstanding role models for your camper. We use a selective hiring process to screen applicants, including background checks.
If your daughter is not a registered Girl Scout, include an additional $15 for membership dues with payment.
Girls with Additional Needs
We make every effort to meet special needs of all girls, so that everyone can fully participate. Please note any special emotional, learning, physical, mental, or health needs for your child on the Registration and/or Health History form. For specific questions or situations, please e-mail CampiGirl@gswise.org
Directions to Camp
Confirmation information will have directions. For safety reasons, we do not post them in our publications or on the council website.