Measures for Success for Campers - Some things to consider before sending your child to camp; here are some essential camper functions for a positive camp experience.
Camper Physician Release - You must have this form completed by your camper’s primary care physician or endocrinologist before attending camp.
Camper Medical Check-In Form - Please complete this form and bring it to check-in so that you can provide our medical teams with all the important information regarding your camper’s health.
Camper Expectations - Please review and discuss these expectations with your camper prior to coming to camp.
Camper Supplies to Pack - Please review this list to be sure that you have all the necessities before coming to camp.
Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) Policy - If your camper plans to bring a CGM to camp, be sure to review this policy for advice.
Camp STIX Code - These are the expectations for all campers and volunteers in attendance at camp. Failure to comply with the Camp STIX Code may result in dismissal from camp.
Dress Code - Be sure to review this dress code when packing.
Glucagon Drive - We collect glucagon kits for donation to people who are in need of this life-saving medication.
STIX Diabetes Programs Campership Policy - If you are concerned about your ability to afford camp, please review our campership policy. We will do everything we can to ensure that your camper can attend camp!
Homesickness Advice for Parents & Campers - Please review this information with your camper, especially if this is your camper’s first year at camp or first time away from home.
Bedwetting Information - If your camper has a recent history of bedwetting, please review this document to help their camp experience go as well as possible.
Camper Releases - These are the releases for STIX Diabetes Programs that you signed during registration.
Camp Reed Release - This is the hold harmless agreement from Camp Reed/YMCA of the Inland Northwest that you signed during registration.
Volunteer Physician Release - You must have this form completed by your primary care physician or endocrinologist before volunteering at camp.
Volunteer Code of Ethics - During the volunteer selection and training process, STIX Diabetes Programs will make every effort to provide volunteers with policies that govern our living and working in a healthy and safe environment. This policy must be understood and agreed to by all volunteers and is signed during the application process. Violations of this code may result in dismissal.
Children of Volunteers Policy - If you will be volunteering at camp while your child is a camper, please review this policy to ensure that you and your camper have a great week at camp.
Minor Volunteer Guardian Authorization - This form is required for all minor volunteers who will be attending Camp STIX without a legal guardian present for the duration of their volunteering. (excludes Junior Counselors)
Continuous Glucose Monitor (CGM) Policy - If you plan to bring a CGM to camp, be sure to review this policy for advice.
Volunteer Releases - These are the releases for STIX Diabetes Programs that you sign during the application process.
Camp Reed Release - This is the hold harmless agreement from Camp Reed/YMCA of the Inland Northwest that you sign during the application process.
Camp STIX HbA1C Policy - This is the policy that you sign as having read during the application process. In order to accommodate for this policy, please note that the Volunteer Physician Release is due 4/28/19.