What can you tell me about your health services?

In every program, the well-being of campers is our first priority. Our Health Service Director oversees our day-to-day health services and is on duty during regular camp hours. In Extended Day hours, a staff member is CPR/First-Aid certified. A physician oversees our operations and we have an on-call nurse available for consultation. When warranted, we will [...]

What can you tell me about your health services?2017-02-01T16:54:37+00:00

What if it rains?

As long as conditions are not unsafe to outdoor activities, camp will continue. Staff will adjust activities to comply with safety and age of campers. We encourage camp families to check the weather before traveling to camp, and pack accordingly. In the occurrence that conditions are not safe, alternative plans will be implemented. Staff is [...]

What if it rains?2019-05-03T17:20:47+00:00

Do you provide lunch, snacks, or drinks?

New this year you may choose for $5 per/day ($25 per/Week) to purchase lunch.  All prepared foods are made in a nut-free kitchen. Snack will be provided in the morning.  Our snack will also be nut-free.  If you are packing your child's lunch please pack as if your child is going on a picnic! Please provide [...]

Do you provide lunch, snacks, or drinks?2017-01-31T19:15:22+00:00

How should I communicate with Wheeler Summer Camp?

From September-May 31st please send email inquiries to summercamp@wheelerschool.org and/or bobrojee@wheelerschool.org or call us at 401-528-2148.   From June 1-August 30th please call our office at (508) 336-8377 or email us at summercamp@wheelerschool.org and we will get a response to you within 24 hours.  We can also get messages to your child’s counselor immediately.  Throughout [...]

How should I communicate with Wheeler Summer Camp?2018-06-11T17:54:35+00:00