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CAMP LA JITA - Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas
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Summer of 2016 is about choices and experiences to
match every girl’s wishes and interests. We’re confident
the young lady in your life will find something fun she
can’t wait to do this summer at our camps!
Camp is a place where a girl can make new friends,
explore the world around her and discover something
she can’t wait to do again. It’s a place where
transformations happen. In an environment created
just for her, she will learn real life skills and develop
self-esteem while gaining a sense of independence and
community. While playing outdoors, girls encounter
more opportunities for decision making that lets them
work together to problem solve and think creatively.
Camp gives girls the chance to let their curiosity run free
and sparks their imagination!
Girl Scout camp helps a girl discover her potential,
dreams, and aspirations as she builds a skill set she can
use for success today and in her future. Campers will
discover, connect and even take action on issues and
challenges important to them.
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WHO CAN GO TO CAMP?
Girls entering grades K-12 and all camp experience levels
are welcome. Use this guide to find the camp that’s right
for your girl.
The best part is that ANY girl can attend Girl Scout
camps! Non-Girl Scouts simply pay an annual
$15 membership fee in addition to the camp fee to
become a registered Girl Scout.
The Girl Membership Form can be found
on page 29.
Welcome
CAMP LA JITA
RESIDENT CAMP
LOW-COST PHYSICALS
FOR RESIDENT CAMPERS
La Jita is a Native American phrase meaning “Precious
Possession,” aptly chosen as the name of the Girl Scouts
of Southwest Texas camp that rests on 236 acres of
Texas Hill Country land along the beautiful Sabinal River
near Utopia. The John F. Camp family donated the land
in 1946 for thousands of happy campers have enjoyed
Camp La Jita during the camp’s 70-year history.
Wednesday, May 4, 5:30-7 p.m.
Camp La Jita is proud to be accredited by the American
Camp Association (ACA), with whom we have received
100 percent satisfaction for the last five site visits, which
take place every three years. Developed exclusively for
the camp profession, this nationally recognized program
focuses on program quality, health and safety issues, and
requires us to review every facet of our operation. The
display of the ACA logo is a privilege reserved for camps
which have met the criteria.
Girls can attend one- and two-week sessions living in
rustic cabins. They’ll develop independence while under
the supervision of specially trained camp staff who help
girls plan activities to create a unique camp experience.
A variety of sessions are open to all girls entering grades
K-12. Scholarships are available—see page 23. The
completed application with registration form is due
Friday, April 15 for consideration.
Three meals are served daily in the community dining
hall. Activities range from riding horses, swimming, hiking,
archery, canoeing, arts and crafts, cookouts, nature
activities, singing, games, earning Girl Scout badges and
more. See more on pages 12-17. Find the registration
form on page 27.
JOIN
THE
TEAM!
Sally Cheever Girl Scout Leadership Center
811 N. Coker Loop, San Antonio, 78216
Cost: $10/person
All physicals are donated by area medical professionals.
Proceeds benefit camp scholarship for girls. No
registration needed. First-come, first-served—there will
be a wait, so please come prepared. Camper must be
accompanied by a parent/guardian and must bring their
current immunization records. Note: Camp director
will be on site to answer questions.
CAMP OPEN HOUSE
CAMP LA JITA
Saturday, April 23, 2-4 p.m.
Parents/guardians, friends, campers and troops are
invited to visit Camp La Jita. Meet the camp director,
have your questions answered, watch activities in
action and tour the location. Whether it has been years
since you’ve visited or it’s the first time sending your girl
to camp, don’t miss this great opportunity to see the
excitement Girl Scout camp has to offer. If attending
Camp La Jita’s open house, please remember exploring
camp means walking—wear comfortable shoes (please,
no sandals or flip-flops), casual clothes and a hat. Also
remember to bring a water bottle! Camp registrations
will be accepted. For security reasons, travel instructions
are available by contacting the Girl Scout office.
Directions may be provided via phone, as well as in camp
confirmation packets.
Camp La Jita welcomes enthusiastic, talented and caring adults interested in making a
difference in the life of a girl! Staff members are selected based on experience, ability to serve
as positive role models and a genuine desire to work with children. The ratio of counselors
to girls varies. Seasonal positions available include kitchen staff, nurses, lifeguards and
counselors. Interested? For positions available visit [bit.ly/196pUek].
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Ready for Camp?
ARE YOU AND YOUR
CAMPER READY
FOR CAMP?
Although age is one factor in camp readiness,
a girl’s maturity level and personality are more
important. Talk with your girl about camp and
ask if she wants to attend. Additionally, are
you ready to send your child to camp? Use the
following statements or questions to help make
your decisions together.
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Emotional Readiness
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Has your camper ever been away from
home for more than one night without a
family member? Girls should not be afraid to
be away from home or parents overnight and
to try new things.
Are you prepared to be away from your
child for several days? Parents also need to
be prepared to let their daughter go!
She wants to go? Let her choose the session.
Can she cope with new people, places and
schedules? She should be willing to sleep, eat,
play with all girls, not just with best friends and
function as a member of a group.
Can she cope with unknowns like:
– Strange places, including bathrooms
– Darkness (no electricity)
– Woods and night noises
– Spiders, bugs and worms
Doesn’t always have to have her own way,
can give in graciously.
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Can she care for her own basic hygiene
needs, such as brushing her teeth and
showering?
Are you confident in your daughter’s ability
to take care of herself, make her own bed
and keep track of her belongings?
Does she like, and is she comfortable in, the
outdoors?
Do you believe Girl Scout camp provides
girls with a fun and rewarding experience
that builds skills, self-worth and
independence?
Can manage with little or no privacy.
Physical Readiness
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Has stamina, does not tire easily.
Strong enough to carry her own suitcase,
bed roll, bucket of water, pot of food, arm
load of wood, etc.
Has strength and coordination needed for
planned activities, can help sweep and mop a
floor, hike a mile, move tables and chairs, etc.
Able to function without air conditioning;
none of the cabins and few places on camp
have air conditioning.
If your camper is not ready for a five-day overnight
stay, we invite her to try troop camping so she can
try the camping experience with others that she
knows well.
Important Dates to Remember
IMPORTANT DATES
TO REMEMBER
CAMP LA JITA
Program Aid Training at Spring Break.......March 13-16
Resident Camp Scholarship forms due....April 15
Open House at Camp La Jita........................April 23
Camp Physical Night......................................May 4
Staff Training...................................................June 6-10
First session begins........................................June 12
*Full payment is due two weeks prior to each camp session.
Thanks to our donors,
CAMP
METRO
Open House & Registration...........................April 20
Open House & Registration..........................April 27
Day Camp Scholarship forms due..............May 2
Open House & Registration..........................May 18
Open House & Registration..........................May 25
First Session Begins.......................................June 6
girls pay
50% less
for Girl Scout
camps!
girlscouts-swtx.org/donate
*Full payment is due two weeks prior to each camp session.
GIRL SCOUTS IS HIRING FOR SUMMER CAMP!
Every Tuesday beginning March 15 through May 17 we will conduct interviews for camp staff
candidates. To view and/or apply to positions that are offered for camp, please check out
the following web pages:
Camp Metro
bit.ly/1964E8C
Don’the
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Camp La Jita
bit.ly/196pUek
ALL CAMP ITEMS 15% off May 1-30
(at both the Sally Cheever Girl Scout Leadership Center
and West Side Girl Scout Leadership Center)
See Camp Care Packages on page 31!
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Camp Metro
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CAMP METRO
DAY CAMP
Open to all girls entering
grades K-8.
Camp Metro is held at the West Side Girl Scout
Leadership Center, which provides a kid-friendly,
fun and exciting environment for girls to enjoy
their summer. This nearly 40,000 sq. ft facility
offers a gymnasium, outside play equipment,
STEM lab and art studio, as well as a stage for girls
to perform.
All Camp Metro sessions take place MondayFriday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Before and after care
is offered for all camp sessions for an additional
fee, from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m.
Registration:
Before June 1...........$110/girl*
After June 2..............$135/girl*
* Edgewood ISD students—20% discount of camp fee
(less $22 by June 1; less $27 June 2 or later)
CAMP METRO
OPEN HOUSE
EVENTS
5 - 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 20
5 - 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 27
5 - 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 18
5 - 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 25
Parents/guardians, friends, campers
and troops are invited to visit the West
Side Girl Scout Leadership Center or
the Sally Cheever Girl Scout Leadership
Center. Meet our staff and have your
questions answered about Camp Metro.
Camp registrations will be accepted at
all open house events.
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Camp Metro
Camp Metro PA Team
May 21
Certified Program Aides (PA) who have completed 7th
grade or above are invited to be a part of the Camp
Metro team. As a PA, you will use your leadership
skills to share interests and experiences in a troop,
group or a day camp setting. Selected team members
will be assigned to work 9 a.m.- 4 p.m., Monday
through Friday and MUST attend this leadership
day. For more information or to apply, contact
Lucy McArthur ([email protected]
org/210.349.2404/1.800.580.7247 ext. 258).
$45/girl one-time cost; includes training, T-shirt,
transportation, meals and field trips for the
week(s) that you serve as a PA.
Adventures in Wonderland
June 6-June 10
Morgan’s Wonderland Field Trip Included
Escape the summer heat and create your own fairytale
inspired adventures. Campers will dabble in creative
writing, experience an authentic English tea party and
learn to play croquet! For the animal lovers, the Alice in
Wonderland themed petting zoo is sure to be a favorite.
Campers will take the stage to perform their own
adaptation of a classic fairytale.
Color Me Bright
June 13-June 17
McNay Art Museum Field Trip Included
SHAKE
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June 20 – June 24
Fiesta Texas Field Trip Included
Let’s go back in time to the 1950s for this exciting
throwback camp. From rock-n-roll, to pinewood derbies
and roller coasters, enjoy hours of rolling fun. Create your
own poodle skirt to wear to an authentic rock-n-roll sock
hop! Have even more fun when you hit the pinewood
derby track. You will get a chance to design and race your
own roller carts in the inaugural Camp Metro 500.
Ultimate DIY
June 27-July 1
Vulcan Materials, a rock quarry Field Trip Included
It’s time to get actively involved in making the world a
better place by pursuing an endless array of DIY activities
that include building crazy things with raw materials. DIY
girls will sew canvas tool belts, create mosaics from tile
and assemble their own wood-working project. Before
camp ends, an assortment of projects will be completed
by campers to take home as reminders that they can do
anything they put their minds to.
The go-to camp that’s sure to make your colors burst.
Girls will study incredible, brightly colored, artwork
that are sure to inspire. Create masterpieces with
unconventional mediums such as bow and arrows,
balloons, fruits, vegetables and possibly a paint brush
or two. The week will be a splash, when you take home a
unique t-shirt blasted with bright colors from sprinting
through our Girl Scout Color Run.
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Camp Metro
Gamer Girl
July 11-July 15
Gaming Trucks will be on site one day this week
Both virtual and board games are the stars in our epic
week where games rule! Immerse yourself in a lifesize board game, sew fuzzy dice and create your own
original games! Teen gamers will design their very own
virtual game. No geek meet-up is complete without
a trivia game, so get ready to learn the secrets of the
gaming universe. Whether you are nerding-out in the
virtual world or kicking it with some old-school board
games, you will not want to miss this camp!
Last Splash
August 1-August 5
SeaWorld Field Trip Included
The summer is not over yet! Discover the vast regions
of Hawaii and learn about Hawaiian legacy. Make
your own volcano, learn the language, sample native
delicacies and explore the unique things that make the
islands great. There will be activities like hula dancing,
lei making and a chance to build a crazy PVC waterpark.
Be sure to get a taste of Hawaiian shaved ice! This wet
and wild week is sure to be a highlight of the season.
Finish the week with a Camp Metro Summer Luau to be
enjoyed with your family.
Bake Boss
July 18-July 22
Field Trip TBD
Calling all bakers! Decorate your aprons and proudly
wear them with your chef hats, as you explore your
culinary creativity! Meet bakers from around the city
and watch as they create their cupcake masterpieces—
just like real artists! Have fun creating your own recipe, a
baking kit and simple confections to take home to thrill
your family.
Texas Treasures
July 25-July 29
San Antonio Zoo Field Trip Included
It’s all about the Lone Star State at this Texas-sized
camp. This is the camp where Texas history comes to
life. Stitch your own garden bonnet, churn homemade
butter, make corn husk dolls and square dance. Take
a walk through living history and hear the tales of the
Texas cowgirls. Celebrate the end of the week by
showcasing your favorite things for family and friends
at the Texas Treasures Country Fair.
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CAMP METRO FAQS
Campers must complete camper profiles and
are required to submit health history forms.
Transportation: All bus services offered by GSSWT
are provided by a professional and licensed bus
service with trained drivers.
Price: The price of camp includes free transportation
to and from the Sally Cheever Girl Scout Leadership
Center (our north central campus) to Camp Metro
located on the west side of San Antonio at the Girl
Scout West Side Leadership Center.
Meals: Lunch and snacks are included in the price
of camp. Lunch menus will be provided the first
day of each camp session. No food substitutions
will be made, however campers can bring their own
lunch.
Extended care: Extended care for all campers will
be available from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. for an additional
fee of $25/session.
Personal Items: Parents/guardians will receive an
email with comprehensive information about what
items campers can and cannot bring to camp. This
email will be sent after registration is finalized.
Change
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Girls can
Invest.
By investing in girls, you make programs, like camp, possible for
thousands of girls each year. Thanks to our donors, girls pay 50%
less for Girl Scout camp than other camps. More girls at camp,
means more girls benefiting from everything that camp has to
offer. They’ll engage in outdoor learning activities and fun-filled
explorations that help them build the confidence they need
to make a difference in the world while making memories that
last a lifetime. Donate today to extend the Girl Scout leadership
experience to even more girls.
Thanks to our donors,
girls pay
50% less
for Girl Scout
camps!
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CAMP IS A SPECIAL PLACE where girls jump
into action and connect with nature. They will plan
their own adventurous program that breaks away from
their home routine and creates fun with new friends
in a healthy outdoor environment. Research has
shown that nature is an important aspect of
a child’s development in every major way—
intellectually, emotionally, socially, spiritually
and physically. That’s why Camp La Jita
is the chance for girls to spend summer
outdoors! They will gain self-confidence
through laughter, play and personal growth and
enjoy a shared independence under the guidance
of trained camp staff.
All resident camp sessions take place Sunday-Friday.
Caregivers can drop off girls on Sunday between 3-5
p.m. and pick them up on Friday between 3-5 p.m.
During the one- or two-week stay, girls will reside in a
rustic cabin in one of camp’s seven living units with
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other girls their age. Each unit is continually supervised
by two or more counselors whose cabin isn’t too
far from theirs. Don’t worry; units have showers and
operational toilets a short distance from their cabin.
The day is spent in a variety of activities with
a rest period after lunch during the warmer
part of the day to write letters, read or play
card games. Afternoons are filled with more
adventures, dinner, late night swimming,
stargazing and singing by the campfire.
Kapers, a.k.a. camp chores, will also be a part
of each day’s routine to help develop a sense of
responsibility and appreciation for keeping camp neat
and clean. Except for the cookout on Thursday night
that they help plan, meals are served three times a day
in the Great Hall, our central dining facility. And in case
they need one, afternoon snacks are also provided.
Resident Camp Registration form is on page 27.
Camp La Jita
Time Travel
June 12-17
Entering grades 4-6 | $300 | Limit 16
Celebrate more than 100 years of Girl Scouts
by learning and participating in time honored
traditions such as star-gazing, sewing, hiking and
sleeping in tents. In addition, you’ll make butter,
learn Dutch oven cooking, “earn” old patches and
so much more!
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June 12-17 | June 19-24
June 26-July 1 | July 3-8 | July 10-15
July 17-22 | July 24-29 | July 31-August 5
Entering grades 3-5 | $350 | Limit 24
Little or no experience with riding horses? This session
is a great first step into the world of western riding! You
will also learn how to care for horses. Includes swimming,
cookouts, crafts, hiking and daily trips to the barn to
practice horsemanship skills.
Hunger Games
June 12-17 | June 26-July 1 | July 24-29
Entering grades 6-9 | $300 | Limit 20
Want to make the odds ever in your favor? Learn about
archery, cooking outdoors and basic survival skills
during this week away from your home district. Test
your grit by sleeping in tents at a secret location on
camp. Don’t worry, sponsors will send gifts and letters
to help you during your stay and everyone goes home
from the games a winner!
Night Riders
June 12-24 | July 10-22
Back in the Saddle
Entering grades 7-9 | $550 | Limit 24
June 12-17 | June 19-24 | June 26-July1
July 3-8 | July 10-15 | July 17-22
July 24-29 | July 31-August 5
Ride off into the sunset! Enjoy barrel racing,
western pleasure riding, western trail riding
and lots of time to improve your skills! At the
end of your session, display your talents in a
performance for your family! Prerequisite:
Must be able to control a horse at a walk
and trot, as well as lead a horse properly.
Entering grades 5-7 | $350 | Limit 24
Ready to learn even more about horses? Enjoy a
program tailored just for you. Includes swimming,
cookouts, crafts, hiking and daily trips to the barn to
practice horsemanship skills. Prerequisite: Must be
able to control a horse at a walk as well as lead a
horse properly.
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Camp La Jita
Program Aid
June 12-17 | June 19-24 | June 26-July1 | July 3-8
July 10-15 | July 17-22 | July 24-29 | July 31-August 5
Entering grades 6-8 | $25 | Limit 4 per week
Work with units of younger campers to gain leadership skills,
while leading them in summer fun, such as games, songs
and so much more! Prerequisite: Must have completed
Program Aid Core Training-submit date with registration.
Each Program Aid may attend up to 2 weeks to allow
more girls the opportunity to help at camp. Please
be sure to send your application for consideration.
Wild, Wild West
June 12-24 | July 10-22
Entering grades 9-12 | $550 | Limit 12
Saddle up daily for at least two hours of instruction at
the stables. Session includes arena work, advanced
trail rides and an overnight camp out with your horse.
Learn about the health and care of horses. Your family
will have the opportunity to watch you put on a show at
the end of your session! Prerequisite: Must be able to
control a horse at a walk and trot, as well as lead a
horse properly.
Counselor in Training II
June 12-17
Entering grades 11-12 | $150 | Limit 10
Share your talents with younger campers as you train
for the CIT II award. You will work in a specialized area
of camp with a supervisor to fulfill the certification
requirements in CPR and First Aid , archery and
American Red Cross Lifeguard (optional). You will
also assist in the barn or craft in Dabbler’s Den.
Prerequisite: Must have completed Counselor in
Training I-submit date with registration. American
Red Cross Lifeguard Certification is optional and
requires passing a swim test, written exam and skills
to receive card. CIT IIs must be 16 by June 12.
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Archery Fun
June 19-24
Entering grades 4-6 | $300 | Limit 24
It’s time to practice your archery skills. Learn the nine steps
to proper shooting, archery fundamentals and appropriate
care of equipment. Create your own archery course and
score a bullseye at Camp La Jita’s archery range!
Super Nanny
June 19-24 | July 10-15
Entering grades 6-9 | $300 | Limit 12
Super nanny has met her match in you! Spend a
fun-filled, educational week combining regular camp
activities such as swimming and hiking with earning
the Babysitting Certificate. Do it all while caring for an
“almost real” baby!
Princess in Training
June 19-24 | July 31-August 5
Entering grades 2-3 | $350 | Limit 16
Explore the skills of your favorite princesses,
including canoeing like Pocahontas, shooting
arrows like Merida, swimming like Ariel, cooking
like Tiana and riding a horse like Mulan!
Princesses attending this session will also be
encouraged to learn responsibility by helping
with kapers (camp chores). Note: Princess in
Training will only be at the barn one or two
hours a day with possibility of riding two to
three times during the week.
Camp La Jita
Pony Tails
Summer Troop Camping
June 26-July 1 | July 24-29
Entering grades 2-3 | $350 | Limit 16
Love horses and want to learn more about them? Try
this riding program created just for Girl Scout Brownies.
Learn basic horseback riding with beginning instruction
as well as horse care. Give a horse a makeover and
make them yummy treats. Note: Pony Tails will
only be at the barn one or two hours a day with
possibility of riding 2-3 times during the week.
July 3-8
Entering grades K-12 | $200 per person | Limit 100
Share the fun of summer with your troop as you
explore camp, shoot arrows, swim, canoe, and take
a trail ride together. End your week with s’mores and
singing songs around the campfire. Great for beginning
troops or those that just have too much going on
during the school year! Requisite: While TCL is not
required, troops do need to have a troop leader to
join the fun.
Counselor in Training
June 26-July 8
Entering grades 9-12 | $300 | Limit 10
Discover your talents and learn to share them with
children. Find out what a camp counselor really
does. Plan a program and develop teaching skills
that will make you an outstanding counselor while
spending time with younger girls. Get a glimpse of
CIT programs at other area camps while visiting their
sites during your second week. Recommended:
Completion of Program Aide (PA) Core Training—
submit date with registration.
Saddle Sidekicks
June 26-July 8 | July 24-August 5 | Entering grades 6-9 | $550 | Limit 24
This two week session is designed for experienced riders who can control a horse at a walk and a trot. Work in the
arena to develop and sharpen horsemanship skills and go on trail rides. Girls will ride daily and enjoy a sleepover
and cookout at the barn as well as put on a show for their parents at the end of their session.
Prerequisite: Must be able to lead a horse properly, control a horse at a walk and trot.
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Shutter
Bugs
July 3-8
Entering grades 4-6
$300 | Limit 16
Bring your digital camera to camp and learn some photography
basics! Photograph your camping adventures at the pool, the
archery range, on the nature trail or along the river. This session
will help you remember to leave nothing but footprints and
take nothing but pictures! Note: Due to the nature of
this session, all campers will need
a photo release signed by
parent or guardian.
Flashlights and Fireflies
July 17-22
Entering grades 2-3 | $300 | Limit 16
Swim, hike and sing during the day and gaze at the stars at
night. Get ready to have tons of fun trying new things like
cooking outdoors, splashing in the river and playing with
glow-in–the dark paint.
Night Owls
July 17-22
Entering grades 4-6 | $300 | Limit 24
Camp comes alive when the sun goes down! Swim beneath
the stars, create a craft that glows and hike while listening to
night sounds. Enjoy a mid-morning breakfast after sleeping in
to prepare for another evening of late night fun.
Camp Olympia
July 17-22 | July 24-29
Play, Make, Create!
July 3-8
Entering grades 4-6 | $300 | Limit 24
Weave, sew, sculpt, paint and construct works of art that
capture the camping spirit. Craft a memorable week from
several fun activities to choose from!
Entering grades 6-8 | $300 | Limit 20
Like reading about Percy Jackson’s adventures at Camp Half
Blood? Wonder what it would be like to compete in archery
and capture the flag contests? Don’t forget to relax at the pool
during the heat of the day and create a shield to protect you
from any monsters you may encounter in the woods. Gaze
at the stars and you might even get to feed treats to Pegasus
during your stay!
Chef Girls
July 10-15
Entering grades 4-6 | $300 | Limit 12
Learn the basics of grilling, baking and Dutch oven cooking.
Help prepare a special treat for the entire camp and take
home a recipe book of your delicious creations.
Thanks to our donors,
girls pay
50% less
for Girl Scout
camps!
girlscouts-swtx.org/donate
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Water Otters
Special Session
July 24-29 | July 31-August 5
Sailors & Skippers @ Boerne Lake
Entering grades 4-6 | $275 | Limit 24
Swimming, swimming, and more swimming in the swimming
pool! A fun-filled week of playing in the water which includes
canoeing, fishing and tubing the Sabinal! Enjoy “dry time”
activities, too!
Harry Potter O.W.L.
Level Camp
July 3-8 | July 31-August 5
Entering grades 4-5 | $300 | Limit 20
Discover the magic of the outdoors in a fun-filled week
in which campers will be immersed in the fictional world
of Harry Potter. Start off by being sorted into one of four
houses – Makedon, Sabina, Rocafort and Venato. Classes
include Transfiguration (arts & crafts for the Muggle needing
translation), a non-flying version of Quidditch (a fun game),
and a swim at the lake (okay, it’s actually the Sabinal River).
Harry Potter N.E.W.T.
Level Camp
July 3-8 | July 31-August 5
Entering grades 6-8 | $300 | Limit 20
For the older, wiser, Harry Potter fan who loves to camp,
we have it all. Wander the forest, hunt Horcruxes and learn
basic Herbology. In addition, there will also be Muggle
camp activities like swimming, hiking (the floo is one of
several networks that don’t work at camp) and archery.
The fun awaits!
June 19-24
Entering grades 7-12 | $250 | Limit 24
This unique experience is hosted at Boerne Lake. Learn to
sail and captain your own Sunfish sailboat. Learn to rig, derig, repair your boat and give commands. Crafting, canoeing,
kayaking, swimming, sleeping in tents and campfire
cooking included—all while working on the American Red
Cross (ARC) Basic Water Rescue and Small Craft Safety
Certification. Prerequisites: ARC Intermediate Level
Swim Card or equivalent (swim length of pool on front,
side and back; support self fully clothed in deep water
for five minutes). Must weigh 75 lbs. or more. Must be
emotionally prepared to live and work in a strenuous
group situation with peers. Must have emotional and
physical stability to load and unload boats.
Cupcake
Cuties
July 10-15
Entering grades 2-3 | $300 | Limit 16
This is your chance to whip up the perfect cupcake,
cookie or cake! Explore your baking skills and
cook up some fun outside, swimming,
hiking and canoeing!
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June 26-July 1
July 3-8
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July 24-29
July 31August 5
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Archery Fun
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Back in the Saddle
5-7
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Camp Olympia
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Chef Girls
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9-12
$300
CIT II
11-12
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Cupcake Cuties
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Flashlights and Fireflies
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Night Owls
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Play, Make, Create!
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Pony Tails
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Princess in Training
2-3
$350
Program Aides
6-8
$25
6-9
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Saddle Up
3-5
$350
Sailors & Skippers @ Boerne Lake
7-12
$250
Shutterbugs
4-6
$300
Super Nanny
6-9
$300
Time Travel
4-6
$300
Troop Camping
K-12
$250
Water Otters
4-6
$300
9-12
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CAMP LA JITA FAQS
Frequently Asked Questions
1) Where is the resident camp located? Camp
is located 2 miles south of Utopia. The physical
address is 19459 Hwy 187 N., Utopia, TX 78884.
A map is included in your confirmation packet.
2) What is Camp La Jita’s contact phone number?
830-966-3526
3) What’s the weather like at Camp La Jita in the
summer? The weather varies, but is very similar
to San Antonio. Temperature can be plus or minus
as much as 10 degrees of San Antonio weather
because we are in the Hill Country.
4) Why do I have so much paperwork? We want
to ensure you have all the information you need
to prepare your camper for camp, and also so we
can properly ensure that your camper is safe. We
apologize for the inconvenience!
5) What is the camper release form? This form
gives us permission to have your camper treated
in an emergency, tells us who is allowed to pick up
your camper, if we have permission to use photo
or video images of them for promotional use, if
they are allowed to participate in all of our camp
activities (like swimming and horseback riding),
and if they are allowed to watch a movie (if it is
related to their camp theme). Please hand carry
this form to camp; it is the first one you will be
asked for.
6) What is the camper/parent agreement? This
form is an agreement that your camper is going to
follow the Girl Scout Promise and Law; campers
who do not may be asked to go home. You will fill
this out with your camper and the unit counselors
before leaving.
7) When will I be notified of an illness? While we
strive to prevent illnesses and injuries at camp,
sometimes campers can get hurt. We understand
that you have a busy schedule or may want to call
and check on your camper every day to see if they
are okay.
a. You will be notified of minor illnesses and injuries,
such as blisters, scratches or cuts requiring a
Band-Aid, minor sunburns, or insect bites at the
end of the week.
b. If your camper has an illness or injury that
concerns the Health Supervisor or the Camp
Director, such as elevated temperature, vomiting
and diarrhea, burns, sprains, or a medical situation
that may require your camper to be treated at a
medical facility, you will be contacted immediately.
c. Camp La Jita is served by Utopia Volunteer EMS,
and the hospitals that are able to serve us in
emergencies include Uvalde Memorial Hospital
and Peterson Regional Medical Center in Kerrville.
8) What is the Trading Post? Camp La Jita operates
the Trading Post, which is the camp store. It usually
carries shirts, water bottles, hats, stuffed animals,
games, jewelry and other fun stuff. It does not
carry food as we provide snacks in the afternoon.
The Trading Post is cash or check only, and will be
open on Friday during checkout. Campers will visit
the Trading Post at least once during their session
to make purchases. Money is kept for girls in an
envelope with their name and returned at the
end of their camp session during the checkout
process.
9) Why are the counselors in separate cabins?
This is for several reasons; we don’t have
counselors in the cabins to afford both the girls
and staff privacy. It also allows the girls a sense of
independence. However, the counselors stay in
cabins close by, so the girls are supervised.
10) If there is bad weather or flooding, should
I come pick up my daughter? We want to
encourage you to not worry, as camp has high
ground that girls can go to during an emergency.
The staff are also trained of where to go during
bad weather. We do not want to put you in any
danger trying to go to camp. If there is an event
that we need you to pick up your camper, we will
implement our ICE plan (In Case of Emergency)
and the ICE team will contact you with specific
information of when and where to pick up your
camper.
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11) Can I bring mail to camp or do I just mail it?
BOTH! You can hand carry mail and leave at the
check in table, or you can mail it a few days in
advance. Don’t forget to put your camper’s name,
session name (ex. Saddle Up) and what day you
would like the mail delivered.
12) Can I purchase a care package at camp?
Unfortunately, the Trading Post can’t complete
care package transactions. These must be paid
for at the Sally Cheever and West Side Girl Scout
Leadership Center shops or online. You can fill
out the form on page 31 and follow the directions
provided.
13) I don’t think I got the packing list/ confirmation
packet/ permission forms and I don’t know
where to get them! If you have not received your
confirmation letter or information packet, contact
the Volunteer Service Center to have them resent
to you. They can be reached at 210-349-2404/1800-580-7247 or email [email protected]
girlscouts-swtx.org
14) My camper is in a two-week horse unit (Saddle
Sidekicks, Night Riders or Wild, Wild West), and
I want to know if I can pick them up after their
show on the second Thursday. You can definitely
come pick up your camper after their show. Please
arrive for the show before 7 p.m. and have photo
ID ready to show the director to check out your
camper.
15) Will my camper who is in a two week session
be able to do any laundry? Campers can use the
camp laundry facilities to clean their clothes during
the weekend. Please pack your camper some
detergent and dryer sheets.
16) I forgot to bring my camper’s sleeping bag/fan/
etc.! If you get to camp and realized you forgot
to bring something for your camper, we will try to
locate something your camper can use, otherwise
you can bring it by the camp office later in the
week.
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17) I forgot my camper’s medications/sleeping
bag/ luggage when I picked her up on Friday!
We try to bring lost & found to the West Side Girl
Scout Leadership Center once a week, and you
can claim it there; keep in mind it takes up to a
week for lost and found to be transported. Please
make sure to label all of your camper’s belongings!
Unclaimed lost & found will be donated at the end
of August to Goodwill.
18) What is the food like at resident camp?
Campers report that our food is great. We strive to
provide nutritious menus that appeal to children
and teens through preparation by our kitchen
staff.
Sample Daily Menu
Breakfast
Pancakes, syrup, juice, cereal, fruit & milk
Lunch
Chicken tenders, mixed veggies, fruit & juice
Snack
Goldfish crackers
Dinner Spaghetti, bread, green beans, salad, dessert
19) How do you handle food allergies? We strive to
accommodate food allergies. However, prior to
registering for camp, be sure to contact us at
830-966-3526 or [email protected]
org to discuss your specific requirements. If we
determine that we can accommodate your child’s
food allergies, our staff will work with you
to develop an appropriate plan.
20) What time is check-in and checkout? 3-5 p.m.
on Sunday for check-in, and 3-5 p.m. on Friday for
check out.
Campers must complete camper profiles and are
required to submit health history forms.
CAMPOLOGY
Campology
As with all program sponsored by Girl Scouts of Southwest
Texas, activities are governed with the best interest,
health and safety of every girl. All river and lake activities
are dependent on the recommendation of the Corps of
Engineers as to the safety of the water level (too low or too
high) and the bacteria count. Every attempt is made to offer
the girls everything that is listed in the camp guide; however,
due to circumstances beyond our control (weather, etc.),
some activities may be changed. In this case, girls are given
several choices to complete their camp experience.
Already a member:
4. Log in at girlscouts-swtx.org/join.
5. Verify you’re registered for the current membership year. If you need to renew your membership click the renew membership button on your user
account page. Pay the $15 annual membership fee.
6. Select the activities button at the top of the page.
7. Use search criteria to easily search by location,
camp type or camp name.
How to register
All bus services offered by GSSWT are provided by a
professional and licensed bus service with trained drivers.
All camp sessions will be filled on a first-come, first-served
basis. All camp registration forms may be mailed or dropped
off at the Sally Cheever Girl Scout Leadership Center (811 N.
Coker Loop, San Antonio, 78216) or the West Side Girl Scout
Leadership Center (5622 W. César E. Chávez Blvd., San Antonio,
78237). You MUST use the correct form for each camp.
• Camp Metro Registration Form is on page 25—
has early bird rates!!!
• Camp La Jita Resident Camp Registration Form is on page 27.
Not a Girl Scout yet? Not a problem! Simply pay an
annual $15 membership fee in addition to the camp fee
and enjoy a Girl Scout membership.
Scholarship Application is available on page 23—remember
your scholarship application must be turned in with your
camp registration form and a deposit (per session) to be
eligible for consideration. NOTE: Resident camp at Camp
La Jita applications are due by Friday, April 15 and
Camp Metro applications are due Monday, May 2.
Questions about registration or which form to use? Call
210-349-2404/1-800-580-7247 ext. 391.
Online program registration
We now offer program registration online! What this means
is that you can sign your girl up for any program we offer,
including sumer camp, at Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas.
New member:
1. Set up an online account. Visit girlscouts-swtx.org/
join to get started today.
2. Register for the membership year and pay the $15 membership dues to become an active member.
3. As a Girl Scout member, you have access to sign up for camp sessions and future program and trainings!
Transportation – Camp Metro
Camp Metro @ West Side Girl Scout Leadership Center:
Bus transportation is provided daily from the Sally Cheever
Girl Scout Leadership Center to the West Side Girl Scout
Leadership Center at no additional cost.
*Transportation is NOT provided for Camp La Jita
resident camp sessions.
Confirmation packet
Each camper will receive a confirmation packet via email,
which includes medical/release forms, equipment list,
directions to camp and general information. Confirmation
letters will be sent no later than two weeks prior to each
session. If you have not received your confirmation packet,
first check your spam or junk folder. If you still can’t find your
packet, contact the Volunteer Service Center (210-3492404/1-800-580-7247 ext. 391). Several forms in the packet
are required by law with original signatures before the camps
can accept your camper at check-in.
Visiting camp
Please, no visiting campers during camp sessions. Parents/
guardians are encouraged to tour the camp and talk with staff
at the time of arrival, departure and during the camp’s open
house, details on page 5 and page 8.
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CAMPOLOGY
Health info
Each resident camper is required to have a health examination
by a licensed physician. Health examinations should be current
(within one year) through the camper’s last day at camp.
Examinations for some other purpose within this period are
acceptable. GSSWT offers a low-cost physical night (see page
5 for date and fee information).
Resident Camp Health History Form
The resident camp health history form is required—download
from the forms section of the website or visit girlscouts-swtx.
org/camplajita. Completed form, with original signature, must
be hand-carried to camp—do not mail to the council office!
Camp Metro Health History Form
Camp Metro health history forms are required for girls attending
Camp Metro sessions—visit girlscouts-swtx.org/campmetro.
Cookie Credits—Cookie credits may only be used for
the balance of camp fees. Cookie credits will be mailed by
GSSWT in early May. For out-of-council cookie credits, please
contact your council to request a check payable to GSSWT.
Scholarships—Scholarships for GSSWT camps are available to
currently registered GSSWT members only and are not available
for the camp deposit or before/after care fees. Submit the
completed Camp Scholarship Application with the appropriate
registration form and $25 camp deposit to the Sally Cheever Girl
Scout Leadership Center or West Side Girl Scout Leadership
Center. NOTE: Resident camp at Camp La Jita forms
are due by Friday, April 15 and Camp Metro forms are
due Monday, May 2. Requests received after April 15/
May 2 will be considered upon availability of funds. All
balances must be paid in full before close of business,
10 business days before each camp session begins.
Buddies
Trading Post at Camp La Jita
Technology
Deposits
For resident camp only, a girl may request a single buddy.
Cabins are not assigned in advance so, to ensure that your
daughter and her buddy (who are in the same session) are in
the same cabin, we recommend checking in at the same time,
or saving a bed in the cabin if you arrive before the buddy.
No electronic devices are permitted at camp sessions
(because they are easily lost or damaged in the camp
environment). Cell phones, iPods, iPads and Kindles are not
permitted at camp for any session. If these electronics are
brought to camp, they will be collected immediately by staff
for safekeeping and will not be returned until the camper is
picked up. The camp, staff and Girl Scouts of Southwest
Texas are not liable for the loss of or any damage to
an electronic device (including, but not limited to,
cell phones, Kindles, iPads, etc.) brought to camp
in noncompliance with the camp procedures of no
electronic devices permitted.
Financial info
Non-Girl Scout Fee—Any girl can attend Girl Scout camps.
Non-Girl Scouts simply pay an annual $15 membership
fee in addition to the camp fee and enjoy a Girl Scout
membership.
Non-Council Girl Scout Fee—If attending resident
camp, an additional $50 fee is required for Girl Scouts
residing outside the GSSWT council jurisdiction. Fee must
accompany registration.
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Camp La Jita operates a Trading Post, which offers an
assortment of souvenirs, stuffed animals, T-shirts, caps and
more for sale. Trading Post accepts cash or check only. Campers
will visit the Trading Post at least once during their session. Money
is kept for girls in an envelope with their name and returned at the
end of their camp session.
A $25 nonrefundable deposit must accompany each
registration form. An additional $25 deposit is required for
each additional camp session. Deposit will be applied to the
total fee. Payments are accepted by cash, check, money order,
Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. If making
payments, all balances must be paid in full before close of
business, 10 business days before each camp session begins.
Refund policy
Deposit: The $25 deposit is nonrefundable unless the camper
cannot be placed into the camp session of her choice.
Balance: The balance of the fee will be refunded if a camper
does not pass the physical examination or an unexpected
illness occurs prior to the camp session’s start date. A
refund may also be made if a family moves out of the
council’s jurisdiction. Please submit a written statement with
documentation to the Sally Cheever Girl Scout Leadership
Center, Attn: Volunteer Service Center. There will be no refund
should a camper leave the session early due to an illness,
homesickness, misbehavior or parental request.
Contact the Volunteer Service Center (210-349-2404/
1-800-580-7247 ext. 391/ [email protected]) with any questions regarding fees, registration or
balance inquiries.
Camp Scholarship Application
FOR RESIDENT CAMP
Complete and submit with camp registration form and $25
deposit by April 15. Requests received after April 15 will be considered
upon availability of funds. Scholarships are available to currently
registered members of GSSWT and are awarded based on the need of the
girl and availability of funds. Resident camp scholarships are limited to
one per camper. This application is to be fully completed by parent or
guardian. Incomplete forms will be returned and may delay the process.
All information will be kept confidential. Please print. Note: Camp
scholarship application, registration form and $25 camp deposit
must be submitted together.
FOR CAMP METRO
Complete and submit with camp registration form and $25 deposit
by May 2. Requests received after May 2 will be considered depending
upon availability of funds. Scholarships are available to currently registered
members of GSSWT and are awarded based on the need of the girl and
availability of funds. Multiple Camp Metro scholarships can be awarded
based on need and availability of funds. This application is to be fully
completed by parent or guardian. Incomplete forms will be returned and
may delay the process. All information will be kept confidential. Please print.
Note: Camp scholarship application, registration form and $25 camp
deposit must be submitted together.
Full Name of Girl: ________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Grade In Fall 2016:____School: _______________________________________________School District: ______________________________
Address: ________________________________________________ City: ______________________ County:_______________ ZIP:_________
Home Phone: (_______) ________________________________ Currently a Girl Scout? [ ] No [ ] Yes
Years in Girl Scouts: ___________
Troop Number: ____________ Grade Level: _____________________________________________________________ Age: ______________
How is parent involved with Girl Scouting? __________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Check one: [ ] Camp Metro [ ] Resident Camp @ La Jita [ ] Special Session @ Boerne Lake
Name of Session:________________________________________________________________________ Date of Session:_________________
Total Session Fee: $_________ Amount you can pay (including cookie credits and deposit): $_________________
Has the girl attended camp before?
[ ] No [ ] Yes How many times? _______
Has the girl received a scholarship in the past? [ ] No [ ] Yes How many times? _______
Did the girl sell Girl Scout cookies? [ ] No [ ] Yes Year: ______ No. of boxes: _______
If cookie credits were earned, how much will be applied toward camp fee? __________
Number of adults in household: ______ Number of children in household: __________
Is the girl’s father or guardian employed? [ ] No [ ] Yes Occupation: ____________________ Monthly Income:_________________
Is the girl’s mother or guardian employed?
[ ] No [ ] Yes Occupation: ____________________ Monthly Income:_________________
Is a parent in active military duty?
[ ] No [ ] Yes
Please state family circumstances which might help in the consideration of this application:
________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Parent/Guardian signature: _____________________________________________________________________ Date: ____________________
Please PRINT parent name here: __________________________________________________________________________________________
Please note: Application is based on a score matrix. Unanswered or incomplete answers will affect your
score and will reduce your scholarship award.
Questions? 210-349-2404/1-800-580-7247 ext. 391/[email protected]
Return this scholarship application, camp registration form and $25 deposit to
Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas | Volunteer Service Center
811 N. Coker Loop | San Antonio, Texas 78216
OFFICE USE ONLY
Date Rcvd _______ Program Cost _______ Deposit Inc $ _______ Cookie Credits $ _______ Scholarship Amt $ _______
Family Bal Due $ _______ Date of Notification ______
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Forma de Beca
Para Campamento residente—
Complete
y devuelva esta aplicación en conjunto con $25 de depósito a
más tardar Abril 15. Las aplicaciones recibidas después de Abril 15 serán
consideradas dependiendo de la disponibilidad de fondos. Las becas están
disponibles para los miembros actualmente registrados con GSSWT y son
otorgados en base a la disponibilidad de fondos y la necesidad de cada niña.
Las becas para el campamento de residentes están limitadas a una sola
por niña. Esta aplicación debe ser llenada por completo por el padre o guardián.
Las formas incompletas serán regresadas y pueden ocasionar retraso en el
proceso de otorgamiento de beca. Toda la información es confidencial. Nota:
la forma de beca, la forma de registro y los $25 de depósito deben ser
presentadas al mismo tiempo.
Para CAMP METRO—
Complete y devuelva esta aplicación
en conjunto con $25 de depósito a más tardar Mayo 2. Las aplicaciones
recibidas después de Mayo 2 serán consideradas dependiendo de la disponibilidad
de fondos. Las becas están disponibles para los miembros actualmente
registrados con GSSWT y son otorgados en base a la disponibilidad de fondos
y la necesidad de cada niña. Múltiples becas para Campamento pueden ser
otorgadas en base a la necesidad de cada niña y la disponibilidad de fondos.
Esta aplicación debe ser llenada por completo por el padre o guardián. Las formas
incompletas serán regresadas y pueden ocasionar retraso en el proceso de
otorgamiento de beca. Toda la información es confidencial. Nota: la forma de
beca, la forma de registro y los $25 de depósito deben ser presentadas al
mismo tiempo.
Nombre completo de la niña: _____________________________________________________________________________________________
Grado en otoño 2016:______ Escuela:_______________________________________________________________________________________
Dirección: _________________________________________Ciudad: __________________Condado: _____________ Código Postal:________
Teléfono de casa: (________)_________________ ¿Es esta niña una Girl Scout registrada? [ ] No [ ] Sí
Años en Girl Scouts: ____________
Número de Tropa: _______________ Nivel: ________________________________________________________ Edad: ___________________
¿Cómo participan los padres/guardián en el programa de Girl Scouts? _________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Por favor marque uno: [ ] Camp Metro [ ] Resident Camp @ La Jita [ ] Special Session @ Boerne Lake
Nombre del Programa:_____________________________________________________________ Fecha del Programa: ___________________
Cuota total del Programa: $_________ La cantidad que usted puede pagar (incluyendo créditos de galletas y depósitos): $__________
¿Ha asistido la niña al campamento antes?
[ ] No [ ] Sí ¿Cuántas veces? _________
¿Ha recibido beca antes?
[ ] No [ ] Sí ¿Cuántas veces? _________
¿Vendió la niña galletas de Girl Scouts?
[ ] No [ ] Sí Año: _____ Número de cajas: ______
Si ella recibio crédito de galletas, ¿cuánto se aplicará para la cuota del campamento?____________
Número de adultos en el hogar: __________ Número de niños en el hogar: __________
¿Está el padre o guardián de la niña empleado? [ ] No [ ] Sí Ocupación: __________________________________ Ingreso Mensual: __________
¿Está la madre o guardián de la niña empleado? [ ] No [ ] Sí Ocupación: _________________________________ Ingreso Mensual: __________
¿Es el padre/madre un miembro militar acitvo? [ ] No [ ] Sí
Por favor explique las circunstancias que puedan ayudar en la consideración de esta beca: ______________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Firma del padre o guardián: ____________________________________________________________________ Fecha:____________________
Favor de escribir claramente el nombre del padre/guardián aquí:______________________________________________________________
Tenga en cuenta: La aplicación se basa en una matriz de puntuación. Respuestas no contestadas o
incompletas afectarán su puntuación y reducirán la beca.
¿Necesita ayuda con este formulario o tiene alguna pregunta?
210-349-2404/1-800-580-7247 ext. 391/[email protected]
Devuelva la solicitud para la beca y tarjetas de inscripción a:
Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas | Volunteer Service Center
811 N. Coker Loop | San Antonio, Texas 78216
OFFICE USE ONLY
Date Rcvd _______ Program Cost _______ Deposit Inc $ _______ Cookie Credits $ _______ Scholarship Amt $ _______
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Family Bal Due $ _______ Date of Notification ______
Camp Metro Registration Form
CAMPER INFORMATION
Camper’s Name: ________________________________________________________________________ Date of Birth: __________________
Grade in Fall 2016: _______ School: _________________________________________ School District: _________________________________
Address: _____________________________________________ City: _________________ County: _______________ State: _____ ZIP: ______
Mother/Guardian: __________________________________________________ Phone: W (_____)_____________ H (____)________________
Father/Guardian: ___________________________________________________ Phone: W (_____)_____________ H (____)________________
Parent/Guardian Email: _____________________________________________ Parent/Guardian Cell: (_______)________________________
Are you a: ___ Registered Girl Scout ___ Non-Girl Scout
Not currently a registered Girl Scout? Not a problem! Include $15 & registration form for your membership with
your camp deposit.
Group/Troop #: ______________ Service Unit: _______________________________________________________________________________
GSUSA and GSSWT have my permission to use, distribute, publish, exhibit, digitize, broadcast, display, modify and reproduce my child’s picture, likeness and voice (including
video footage) without limitation, on the Internet, in print campaigns, in-store and via television.
_____Yes _____No ______Initials
CAMP METRO @ WSGSLC SESSIONS
Select session(s)
Reg on or before Reg on or after Before/After
June 1—$110/girl June 2—$135/girl Care—$25/girl
[ ] Camp Metro PA Team, May 21
[ ] Adventures in Wonderland , June 6 - June 10
[ ] Color Me Bright, June 13 – June 17
[ ] Shake, Rattle & Roll, June 20 – June 24
[ ] Ultimate DIY, June 27 – July 1
[ ] Gamer Girl, July 11 – July 15
[ ] Bake Boss, July 18 – July 22
[ ] Texas Treasures , July 25 – July 29
[ ] Last Splash, August 1 – August 5
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
Administrative Edgewood ISD students—
Fee (per girl/ 20% discount of camp fee
(less $22 by June 1;
per session)
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$ 2.00
$ 2.00
$ 2.00
$ 2.00
$ 2.00
$ 2.00
$ 2.00
$ 2.00
$ 2.00
Subtotal
less $27 June 2 or later)
-$_________
-$_________
-$_________
-$_________
-$_________
-$_________
-$_________
-$_________
-$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
Add $15 if NOT a Girl Scout $_________
Total $_________
T-shirt size (choose one):
YS
YM
YL
AS
AM
AL
AXL
Location drop-off/pick-up: Sally Cheever Scout Leadership Center or West Side Girl Scout Leadership Center
PAYMENT
� TOTAL # OF SESSIONS______ Check one: � $25 nonrefundable DEPOSIT required per session � TOTAL AMOUNT $____________
Payment Method: (check one)
� Camper has applied for scholarship before May 2 deadline—minimum $25 nonrefundable deposit required
� Check #______ (payable to Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas) is attached
� Charge to credit card [ ] Visa [ ] MasterCard [ ] Discover [ ] American Express
Cardholder’s Name: __________________________________________________________________________________________________
Number: _________________________________________________ CVV: ______________ Exp. Date: __________________ ZIP: _______
Amount: $___________ Signature of Cardholder: ________________________________________________________________________
OFFICE USE ONLY
Camp Fee $__________ Before/After Care Fee $__________
Membership Dues $____________ Date_______________
Date
Amount Pd
Order #
Balance
Confirmation Date _______________________________
______________________________________________________
_________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
_________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________
_________________________________________________
_______________________________________________________
Date _____________________________________________
Mail or deliver to: Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas, Attn: Volunteer Service Center, 811 N. Coker Loop, San Antonio, Texas 78216
West Side Girl Scout Leadership Center, 5622 W. César E. Chávez Blvd., San Antonio, Texas 78237
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Forma de registro para Camp Metro
INFORMACIÓN DEL ACAMPANTE
Nombre de la niña: ___________________________________________________________________ Fecha de Nacimiento: ______________
Grado en otoño 2016: _______ Escuela: _______________________________________ Distrito Escolar: ______________________________
Dirección: _______________________________________ Ciudad: ___________ Condado: __________ Estado: _____ Código Postal: _____
Madre/Guardián: __________________________________ Teléfono: de Trabajo (______)_______________ Casa (______)_______________
Padre/Guardián: __________________________________ Teléfono: de Trabajo (______)_______________ Casa (______)_______________
Los Padres/Guardián Email: _______________________________________ Los Padres/Guardián telefono celular: (_____)______________
Es su niña: ___ una Girl Scout registrada ___No es Girl Scout ¿No está registrada con Girl Scouts? ¡No hay problema! Mande $15 adicionales con su depósito para el campamento.
Tropa #: _______ Unidad de Servicio: ______________________________________________________________________________________
GSUSA y GSSWT tienen mi permiso para utilizar, distribuir, publicar, exhibir, digitalizar, transmitir, mostrar, modificar y reproducir la imagen de mi hija, semejanza y voz (incluido
el material de archivo de vídeo) sin limitación, en Internet, en campañas de impresión, en la tienda y a través de la televisión. ____Yes ____No _____Iniciales
CAMP METRO @ WSGSLC SESIONES
Registrado antes Registrado antes Cuidado Antes/
de Junio 1—
de Junio 2—
Despues—
Seleccione sesion(s)
$110/niña
$135/niña
$25/niña
$_________
$_________
$_________
[ ] Camp Metro PA Team, May 21
$_________
$_________
[ ] Adventures in Wonderland , June 6 - June 10 $_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
[ ] Color Me Bright, June 13 – June 17
$_________
$_________
$_________
[ ] Shake, Rattle & Roll, June 20 – June 24
$_________
[ ] Ultimate DIY, June 27 – July 1
$_________
$_________
[ ] Gamer Girl, July 11 – July 15
$_________
$_________
$_________
[ ] Bake Boss, July 18 – July 22
$_________
$_________
$_________
[ ] Texas Treasures , July 25 – July 29
$_________
$_________
$_________
[ ] Last Splash, August 1 – August 5
$_________
$_________
$_________
Cobro administrativo Estudiantes del Distrito Edgewood—
(por niña/por sesión 20% descuento de la cuota del campamento
(menos $22 hasta Junio 1;
de campamento) menos
$27 Junio 2 o despues)
-$_________
$ 2.00
-$_________
$ 2.00
-$_________
$ 2.00
-$_________
$ 2.00
-$_________
$ 2.00
-$_________
$ 2.00
-$_________
$ 2.00
-$_________
$ 2.00
-$_________
$ 2.00
Subtotal
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
$_________
Agregue $15 si No es una niña guía $_________
Total $________
T-shirt size (choose one):
YS
YM
YL
AS
AM
AL
AXL
Location drop-off/pick-up: Sally Cheever Scout Leadership Center or West Side Girl Scout Leadership Center
PAGO
� TOTAL # DE SESIONES______ Marque uno: � $25 DEPÓSITO no reembolsable requerido por cada sesion � CANTIDAD TOTAL $__________
Método de pago: (marque uno)
� Acampante aplicó para beca antes de Mayo 2—depósito no reembolsable mínimo de $25 es requerido
� Cheque #______ (pafadero a Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas) adjuntado
� Cargo a tarjeta de crédito [ ] Visa [ ] MasterCard [ ] Discover [ ] American Express
Nombre del dueño de la tarjeta: _________________________________________________________________________________________
Número de tarjeta: ____________________________ CVV: ____________ Fecha de expiración: ___________ Código Postal: ________
Cuota: $___________ Firma del dueño de la tarjeta: ________________________________________________________________________
OFFICE USE ONLY
Camp Fee $__________ Before/After Care Fee $__________
Membership Dues $____________ Date_______________
Date
Amount Pd
Order #
Balance
Confirmation Date _______________________________
________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________
______________ ______________ ______________ ______________
_________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________
Date _____________________________________________
Correo o entrege en persona el residente campo formulario a: Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas,
Attn: Volunteer Service Center, 811 N. Coker Loop, San Antonio, Texas 78216
West Side Girl Scout Leadership Center, 5622 W. César E. Chávez Blvd., San Antonio, Texas 78237
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Resident Camp Registration Form
CAMPER INFORMATION
Camper’s Name: ________________________________________________________________________ Date of Birth: __________________
Grade in Fall 2016: _______ School: _________________________________________ School District: _________________________________
Address: _____________________________________________ City: _________________ County: _______________ State: _____ ZIP: ______
Mother/Guardian: __________________________________________________ Phone: W (_____)_____________ H (____)________________
Father/Guardian: ___________________________________________________ Phone: W (_____)_____________ H (____)________________
Parent/Guardian Email: _____________________________________________ Parent/Guardian Cell: (_______)________________________
Are you a: ___ Registered Girl Scout ___ Non-Girl Scout
Not currently a registered Girl Scout? Not a problem! Include $15 & registration form for your membership with
your camp deposit.
Group/Troop #: ______________ Service Unit: _______________________________________________________________________________
GSUSA and GSSWT have my permission to use, distribute, publish, exhibit, digitize, broadcast, display, modify and reproduce my child’s picture, likeness and
voice (including video footage) without limitation, on the Internet, in print campaigns, in-store and via television. _____Yes _____No ______Initials
SESSION PREFERENCE
(NOTE: You will be registered for all sessions listed below.)
Administrative Fee
(per girl/per session)
Subtotal
Camp Session Title
Camp Date
Camp Fee
___________________________________________________
_________________________
____________________
$ 2.00
$_________
___________________________________________________
_________________________
____________________
$ 2.00
$_________
___________________________________________________
_________________________
____________________
$ 2.00
$_________
___________________________________________________
_________________________
____________________
$ 2.00
$_________
Add $15 if NOT a Girl Scout
Add $50 if reside outside of GSSWT jurisdiction
Total
$_________
$_________
$________
PAYMENT
� TOTAL # OF SESSIONS______ Check one: � $25 nonrefundable DEPOSIT required per session � TOTAL AMOUNT $____________
Payment Method: (check one)
� Camper has applied for scholarship before April 15 deadline—minimum $25 nonrefundable deposit required
� Check #______ (payable to Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas) is attached
� Charge to credit card [ ] Visa [ ] MasterCard [ ] Discover [ ] American Express
Cardholder’s Name: __________________________________________________________________________________________________
Number: ________________________________________________ CVV: ______________ Exp. Date: __________________ ZIP: _______
Amount: $___________ Signature of Cardholder: ________________________________________________________________________
OFFICE USE ONLY
Camp Fee $__________ Membership Dues $____________ Date_______________
Date
Amount Pd
Order #
Balance
Confirmation Date _______________________________
________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________
________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________
________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________
__________________________________________ ______________
Date _____________________________________________
Mail or deliver to: Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas, Attn: Volunteer Service Center, 811 N. Coker Loop, San Antonio, Texas 78216
West Side Girl Scout Leadership Center, 5622 W. César E. Chávez Blvd., San Antonio, Texas 78237
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Forma de registro para campamento de residencia
INFORMACIÓN DEL ACAMPANTE
Nombre de la niña: ___________________________________________________________________ Fecha de Nacimiento: ______________
Grado en otoño 2016: _______ Escuela: _______________________________________ Distrito Escolar: ______________________________
Dirección: _______________________________________ Ciudad: ___________ Condado: __________ Estado: _____ Código Postal: _____
Madre/Guardián: __________________________________ Teléfono: de Trabajo (______)_______________ Casa (______)_______________
Padre/Guardián: __________________________________ Teléfono: de Trabajo (______)_______________ Casa (______)_______________
Los Padres/Guardián Email: _______________________________________ Los Padres/Guardián telefono celular: (_____)______________
Es su niña: ___ una Girl Scout registrada ___No es Girl Scout
¿No está registrada con Girl Scouts? ¡No hay problema! Mande $15 adicionales con su depósito para el campamento.
Tropa #: _______ Unidad de Servicio: ______________________________________________________________________________________
GSUSA y GSSWT tienen mi permiso para utilizar, distribuir, publicar, exhibir, digitalizar, transmitir, mostrar, modificar y reproducir la imagen de mi hija, semejanza y voz
(incluido el material de archivo de vídeo) sin limitación, en Internet, en campañas de impresión, en la tienda y a través de la televisión. ____Yes ____No _____Iniciales
PREFERENCIA DE SESION
(NOTA: Ud. será registrado a todas las sesiones listadas a continuación.)
Campamento
Fecha
Cuota
Cobro administrativo
(por niña/por sesión
de campamento)
Subtotal
$_________
___________________________________________________
_________________________
____________________
$ 2.00
___________________________________________________
_________________________
____________________
$ 2.00
$_________
___________________________________________________
_________________________
____________________
$ 2.00
$_________
___________________________________________________
_________________________
____________________
$ 2.00
$_________
Agregue $15 si No es una niña guía
Agregue $50 si reside fuera de la jurisdicción de GSSWT
Total $_________
$_________
$________
PAGO
� TOTAL # DE SESIONES______ Marque uno: � $25 DEPÓSITO no reembolsable requerido por cada sesion � CANTIDAD TOTAL $__________
Método de pago: (marque uno)
� Acampante aplicó para beca antes de Abril 15—depósito no reembolsable mínimo de $25 es requerido
� Cheque #______ (pafadero a Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas) adjuntado
� Cargo a tarjeta de crédito [ ] Visa [ ] MasterCard [ ] Discover [ ] American Express
Nombre del dueño de la tarjeta: _________________________________________________________________________________________
Número de tarjeta: _______________________________ CVV: ___________ Fecha de expiración: ___________ Código Postal: ________
Cuota: $___________ Firma del dueño de la tarjeta: ________________________________________________________________________
OFFICE USE ONLY
Camp Fee $__________ Membership Dues $____________ Date_______________
Date
Amount Pd
Order #
Balance
Confirmation Date _______________________________
__________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________
Date _____________________________________________
Correo o entrege en persona el residente campo formulario a: Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas,
Attn: Volunteer Service Center, 811 N. Coker Loop, San Antonio, Texas 78216
West Side Girl Scout Leadership Center, 5622 W. César E. Chávez Blvd., San Antonio, Texas 78237
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Girl Membership
Join the global network of 2.8 million Girl Scouts
Membership Year through 9/30/2016
GIRL INFORMATION
Check one:
� New Member
� Renewing Member
Name: First
(check all that interest you)
� Camp: Connect with nature.
Choose a camp by day or overnight.
Last
Address
� Events: Focus on half or full day
events to share your passions.
Apartment
City
State / Zip Code
(
)
Girl Home Phone
(
)
Girl Cell Phone (only if 13 and older)
Girl E-Mail Address (only if 13 or older)
I wish to opt in*: � Texts � E-mails
DEMOGRAPHICS
Girl Scouts respects and welcomes people from all backgrounds and abilities. By completing the following information (as defined by the
US Census), you ensure support and funding for girls in your community. Hispanic/Latina is defined as an ethnicity, not a race, therefore is
reported separately. This information is used for statistical purposes only.
/
# of years as a Girl Scout:
/
She is: (check all that apply)
� American Indian or
Alaskan Native
� Asian
� Black or African American
� Hawaiian or Pacific Islander
� I choose not to share at
this time
YES! I would like to make a
donation today that directly
benefits girls in our area. Enclosed
is my tax-deductible donation
in the amount of: (check one)
� Address is same as girl
PARENT/GUARDIAN INFORMATION
Parent/Guardian (1) First Name
Last
Employer
Occupation
(
)
(
(
)
Home Phone
� $150
� $25
PAYMENT INFORMATION:
)
Business Phone
Cell Phone
Membership Fee: $
I wish to opt in*: � Texts � E-mails
E-mail Address
� Address is same as girl
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Donation: $
Total Attached: $
Parent/Guardian (2) First Name
Middle
� Cash
Last
Employer
Occupation
(
)
(
(
)
� Other
)
Name on Credit Card
Business Phone
I wish to opt in*: � Texts � E-mails
Cell Phone
E-mail Address
Media Permission
When participating in Girl Scout activities
(I or the person I am registering) give consent
to be interviewed, photographed, videotaped,
or electronically imaged for the purposes of
promotional materials, news releases, or other
published formats for either the local Girl
Scout Councils or Girl Scouts of the USA. The
images will be the sole property of the local
Girl Scout Council or Girl Scouts of the USA.
I hereby release and hold harmless the local
Girl Scout Council and Girl Scouts of the USA
from any claim arising from the use of
these images.
The Girl Scout Promise
On my honor, I will try:
To serve God and my country,
To help people at all times,
And to live by the Girl Scout Law.
When making the GS Promise,
individual members may substitute wording appropriate to
their own spiritual beliefs for
the word “God.”
Council Code:
The Girl Scout Law
I will do my best to be
honest and fair,
friendly and helpful,
considerate and caring,
courageous and strong, and
responsible for what I say and do,
and to
respect myself and others,
respect authority,
use resources wisely,
make the world a better place, and
be a sister to every Girl Scout.
Date
Signature of Parent/Guardian
Service Unit/Team:
� Camp
*By signing here and
checking the circles
above, each signee
(and on behalf of the
Girl, as applicable)
agrees to receive
auto-dialed informational or marketing
text messages at the
cell number above,
understanding such
consent is not
required to join.
I/We acknowledge that the registrant will accept and abide by the Girl Scout Promise and
Law. The registrant has permission to join Girl Scouts.
Signature of Parent/Guardian
� Event
� Check*
� Amex � Discover
� Visa
� MasterCard
Address
PATHWAY OF ENTRY:
� $250
� $50
� Other $
� I wish to opt out at this time.
ADMIN
USE
� $500
� $100
Address
Home Phone
PERMISSION
Middle
� Travel: Pack your bags. Travel
across town or around the world!
� Virtual: Interact virtually with
Girl Scouts everywhere.
She is Hispanic or Latina:
� Yes
� No
� I choose not to share
at this time
� White
� Other (please specify)
� Series: Explore your interests
over a few sessions in a way that fits
your schedule.
� Troop: Have fun on a regular
basis with your Girl Scout sisters.
School grade in Fall 2015:
Name of school:
Custodial care:
� Both Parents
� Mother/Guardian Only
� Father/Guardian Only
� Other
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage,
confidence, and character, who
make the world a better place.
FUN WAYS TO PARTICIPATE:
GSUSA ID (if known)
Middle
Date of birth: (mm/dd/yyyy)
GIRL SCOUT MISSION
� Series
Date
Group/Troop:
� Travel
� Troop
� Virtual
Credit Card #
CVV
Expiration Date
Zip Code
Signature
Date
*Make checks payable to Girl Scouts
THANK YOU FOR
SUPPORTING GIRL SCOUTS!
Learn more about Girl Scouts at
www.girlscouts.org.
Return this registration form,
along with GSUSA membership
fees to your local council. Fees
are non-refundable or transferable to another person.
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Membresía para niñas
Únete a nuestra red mundial de 2.8 millones de Girl Scouts
Membresía vence septiembre 30 de 2016
DATOS DEMOGRÁFICOS
INFORMACIÓN DE LA NIÑA
Tipo de membresía:
� Nueva membresía
� Renovación de membresía
Nombre
GSUSA ID (si lo sabe)
Segundo nombre
FORMAS DIVERTIDAS DE PARTICIPACIÓN: complete junto con la
niña (marcando todos los puntos de interes)
Apellido/s
Dirección
� Campamentos: Conéctate con la
naturaleza. Elige un campamento de
día o día y noche.
Apartamento
Ciudad
(
)
Teléfono del hogar
Estado/Código postal
Me gustaría
optar por*:
(
)
Celular de la niña*
Correo electrónico de la niña*
*Proporcionar sólo si la niña es mayor de 13 años de edad
� Mensajes de texto
� Correos electrónicos
Girl Scouts respeta y da la bienvenida a todas las personas independientemente de sus orígenes y capacidades. Al completar la siguiente
información (tal como define el Censo de los Estados Unidos), usted asegura apoyo y recursos para niñas en su comunidad. Tenga en
cuenta que Hispano/Latino se define como etnia, no raza, y por lo tanto es indicado por separado. La recolección de esta información es
para exclusivo uso estadístico.
/
Fecha de nacimiento: (día/mes/año)
/
# de años como Girl Scout:
Ella es:
� Nativa americana o nativa de Alaska
� Asiática
� Negra o afroamericana
� Hawaiana o de las islas del Pacífico
� Blanca
� Otro (especificar)
� Prefiero no responder
por el momento
Ella es hispana o latina:
� Sí
� No
� Prefiero no responder
por el momento
INFORMACIÓN DEL PADRE/MADRE/ TUTOR LEGAL
� Dirección igual que la de la niña
Nombre del padre/madre/tutor legal (1)
Apellido/s
Título/Ocupación
(
(
Teléfono del hogar
(
)
Celular
(
)
Teléfono del hogar
¡SÍ! También quiero hacer una donación
que beneficie directamente a todas las
niñas de mi área. Envío una donación
deducible de impuestos por el monto de:
(marque donde corresponda).
� $500
� $250
� $150
� $100
� $50
� $25
Membresía anual: $
15
Donación: $
Teléfono del trabajo
Me gustaría
optar por*:
Correo electrónico
� Mensajes de texto
� Correos electrónicos
Segundo nombre
Apellido/s
Total adjunto: $
� Efectivo
� Cheque*
� Amex
� Discover
� Visa
� MasterCard
� Otra
Nombre en la tarjeta de crédito
Dirección
Lugar de trabajo
� Virtual: Comparte y aprende
virtualmente con Girl Scouts en
todas partes.
)
� Dirección igual que la de la niña
Nombre del padre/madre/tutor legal (2)
� Viajes: Haz tus maletas. ¡Viaja por tu
ciudad o alrededor del mundo!
INFORMACIÓN DE PAGO
Lugar de trabajo
)
� Series: Explora tus intereses en unas
cuantas sesiones sin que esto
interfiera con tu horario de actividades.
� Otro: $
Dirección
(
)
Celular
PERMISO
Segundo nombre
� Eventos: Disfruta de eventos de medio
día o día completo donde compartir
tus intereses.
� Tropa: Diviértete regularmente con tus
hermanas Girl Scouts.
Grado escolar en ontoño 2015:
Nombre de la escuela a la que pertenece actualmente:
Bajo la tutela de:
� Ambos padres
� Madre/Tutor legal únicamente
� Padre/Tutor legal únicamente
� Otro
MISIÓN DE GIRL SCOUTS
Girl Scouts ayuda a las niñas a
desarrollar el valor, la confianza en
sí mismas y los principios para hacer
del mundo un lugar mejor.
Número de tarjeta
Título/Ocupación
(
)
CVV
Teléfono del trabajo
Me gustaría
optar por*:
Correo electrónico
� Mensajes de texto
� Correos electrónicos
Código Postal
Permiso de medios
Al participar en actividades de Girl Scouts
(yo o la persona a quien estoy registrando),
puedo ser fotografiada/o para publicaciones
escritas, videos o medios electrónicos. Las
imágenes pueden ser usadas en materiales
promocionales, anuncios y otros formatos de
publicaciones de los concilios de Girl Scouts o
de Girl Scouts of the USA. Las imágenes serán
de exclusiva propiedad ya sea de los concilios
de Girl Scouts o de Girl Scouts of the USA.
Por la presente, cedo los derechos y libro a los
concilios locales de Girl Scouts y a Girl Scouts
of the USA de cualquier reclamación que
pueda surgir del uso de estas imagines.
La Promesa de Girl Scouts
*Al optar a recibir mensajes de texto y correos
Por mi honor, yo trataré:
Yo me esforzaré por:
electrónicos, acepto
de servir a Dios y a mi patria,
ser honrada y justa,
recibir mensajes al
ayudar a las personas en todo
cordial y servicial,
número de cellular
momento,
considerada y compasiva,
o correo electrónico
y vivir conforme a la Ley de
valiente y fuerte, y
provisto aun cuando
Girl Scouts.
responsable de lo que digo y hago,
comprendo que este
y por
Al hacer la promesa de Girl Scouts,
respetarme a mí misma y a los demás consentimiento no
es un requisito para
los miembros individuales pueden
respetar la autoridad,
sustituir con una redacción adecuada usar los recursos de manera prudente, obtener membresia en
Girl Scouts.
la palabra “Dios” de acuerdo a sus
hacer del mundo un lugar mejor, y
propias creencias espirituales.
ser hermana de cada una de las
Girl Scouts.
Firma
� No autorizo esta oportunidad en
este momento.
Reconocemos que mi/ nuestra niña hará la Promesa de Girl Scouts y aceptará la Ley de
Girl Scouts. Autorizo que ella se una a Girl Scouts.
FORMA DE PARTICIPACIÓN
Firma del padre/tutor legal
Fecha
La Ley de Girl Scouts
Fecha de vencimiento
Firma del padre/tutor legal
Fecha
Fecha
*Haga el cheque pagadero a Girl Scouts
¡GRACIAS POR APOYAR A
GIRL SCOUTS! Para más
información acerca de Girl Scouts
visita girlscouts.org/espanol
PARA USO ADMINISTRATIVO
Código de concilio:
Unidad de Servicio/Grupo:
Grupo/Tropa:
� Campamentos
� Eventos
� Series
� Viajes
� Tro pa
� Virtual
Entregue este formulario de inscripción a su concilio, junto con la cuota de GSUSA. Las cuotas no son reembolsables ni se pueden transferir a otras personas.
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Camp Balance Due Dates
Camp Session
Adventures in Wonderland
JUNE 6-10, 2016
Camp Metro
Color Me Bright
JUNE 13-17, 2016
Shake Rattle & Roll
JUNE 20-24, 2016
Ultimate DIY
JUNE 27-JULY 1, 2016
Gamer Girl
JULY 11-15, 2016
Bake Boss
JULY 18-22, 2016
Texas Treasures
JULY 25-29, 2016
Last Splash
AUGUST 1-5, 2016
Resident Camp
June 12-17
Resident Camp
Resident Camp
June 19-24
Resident Camp
June 26-July 1
Resident Camp
July 3-8
Resident Camp
July 10-15
Resident Camp
July 17-25
Resident Camp
July 24-29
Resident Camp
July 31-August 5
Balance Due
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