(very important stuff)
We try hard to arrange a night off a week for each counselor. Responsibility
for scheduling the night off is the counselor’s. There is a signup sheet
in the office and you must sign up 24 hours in advance so we can organize transportation.
Being a counselor is exhausting. The camper’s safety and yours depends
on you being awake and aware. For this reason we have instituted a 1:00 a.m.
curfew for all staff. This means that at 1:00 you are in your bunk. ) One night
a week you will remain in your bunk with your campers at “lights out”. We
suggest that you take an additional night a week to go to sleep with your
will do wonders for you and for them!
We care about your safety and want to know when you are out and when you have
returned. If you have a special need to leave camp you must inform your Rosh
Eidah and call them when you return.
Visitors in camp disrupt our daily programming and take counselors away from
their responsibilities. We have a no guest policy. Alumni staff members are
welcome to visit the camp only after first checking with Dvora Liss or Kenny
In the spirit of dugma ishit, staff should be mindful that they are wearing
the appropriate clothing. We try to keep fashion a low priority at camp/Kibbutz.
be a surrogate parent to your campers this summer, and
it is your responsibility that they are dressed appropriately.
Girl’s shirts must have some kind of sleeve, boys
must have sleeves during tefilla and meals. Girls shorts/skirts
must come to their knees.
Our job is to create a place where each and every child feels safe. Never permit
campers to hurt one another physically or verbally. Helping your campers
to find better ways of expressing themselves is an important part of your