Frequently Asked Questions

Use the Document Center for Online Forms

Q:How do I access the online forms?
A:To access online forms, login to your account at:

Once logged in, click the 3 horizontal bars on the left side of the dark grey line under the picture. Then, click "Document Center". All the documents you need to complete are here.

Please remember you are required to complete the USDA Free/Reduced Meal Plan Application OR send a letter from your child(ren)'s school(s) stating your child(ren) qualify for free or reduced meals. Your child(ren) DO NOT have to receive free or reduced meals, only qualify for them.

Once all forms are complete, I will send you the session your child(ren) are scheduled.


Q:What if my child does not qualify for the free/reduced meals?
A:If your family does not qualify for the free/reduced meal plan at school, please call Katie at (603) 823-8107. Sometimes, families think they do not qualify, but they do. Other times, it may depend on foster care, adoption, and the like.


Q:My child has an IEP, does that disqualify him or her?
A:Absolutely NOT! The reason we ask for any documentation from a child's school is to make certain we have the means of any accommodations a child may need. We also try to make certain we are using the same language and tools the school uses to maintain consistency.

Bed Wetting

Q:My child sometimes wets the bed, what do you do?
A:This is nothing we are concerned about. Our staff is trained to be very discreet, wash the necessary items, and help the child through the situation. NEVER is the group told, NEVER is the camper required to wash their own items, and the child is ALWAYS the first concern. If it is an issue for the child, we recommend Pull Ups with plastic bags so the child can go to the bathroom and have privacy to change.

Something DIfferent

Q:My question relates to something different. How can I get it answered?
A:Whatever your question, please call Katie at (603) 823-8107. She can help answer any question you may have about camp or how to deal with an issue. Each child is unique and so are the questions you may have to ask.