What should I bring to camp this week?
Camp will look a little different in 2020. We send two emails out prior to camp starting, but in case you have some first-class spam filters in place, you can read about everything you need to bring to camp for a fun-filled week right here.
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Can I pay the day of camp at the location?
Yes you can! If spaces are available, but keep in mind there will be a $15 last minute registration fee assigned.
Who coaches the camps?
We use a combination of local area High School coaches, athletes, former college athletes, and adult volunteers to help Jordan coach all of the campers.
Is Jordan at every camp?
Jordan here, I’ll answer this one! I try to make every effort I can to spend some time at each camp at various points during the week as my schedule allows! Sometimes though, the duties and joy of being a new father, and my broadcasting responsibilities will make me unavailable or have me out of town. We have an amazing group of coaches and a staff dedicated to ensuring your camper will have the best time at camp each and every day!
Will there be a trainer on site?
Yes, we will have a trainer on site with basic first aid training. In the event of any injury, you will be notified.
Can I change or switch sports for camp?
Yes, if you want to switch to a different sport than the one you signed up for BEFORE camp, just simply let us know at check-in and we’ll make a note. For 2021 because of Covid-19 regulations requiring groups of 10, we can only allow the switching of sports during the week in rare circumstances. Please contact the camp manager during the week of camp if you need to change sports during the week of camp.
Can my camper be with their friend?
Buddies make camp even more fun! As long as your camper and their friend(s) are in the same age group (6-7, 8-9, 10-12) and doing the same sport, then they can be on the same team together. Simply let us know at check in, and make sure they let their coaches know they want to team up when we split campers into teams on our initial day of camp.
Does the Jordan Kent Skill Camp provide a snack?
Yes we do! We serve a healthy snack each day to keep campers energized!
My camper has a food allergy, what should I do?
Because you can never be too safe, in the event your camper has a food allergy, we recommend packing them their own lunch for each day. We cannot provide a special snack to fit dietary needs unfortunately.
My camper has a special medical situation (diabetes, asthma, etc.) What should I do?
We recommend that unless your camper is used to handling their situation on their own, that you accompany them to camp and watch them throughout the day in the case of any medical emergency. We cannot be held liable for any injury or circumstance that occurs during normal camp activity.
Will I be able to watch the camp or take photos/video?
For 2021 and because of Covid-19 safety protocols, we unfortunately cannot allow parents or family members to stay within the immediate camp area unless there is a medical need. However, you are more than welcome to watch camp outside of the camp boundary (typically on other side of the fence or past our check in tables).
How come the locations are subject to change within a city?
Even though we book our facilities in advance, on rare occasions the districts may need to override one of our locations before our camps start their first day. In this situation, we will notify all registered campers, and move to the next closest location, we need to be flexible, and we know you will work with us!
Do you split up boys and girls?
We attempt to split up the boys and girls for all competition purposes. We bring them together again when we do teamwork activities.
Is there a minimum number of campers required?
Yes, we typically require 40 registered present (depending on the camp) in order to run camp. This allows us to provide a quality experience that meets our standards and cover costs for field space, facilities, etc. In the very rare event we do not reach 40 campers, we will notify you 5 days in advance to cancel the camp, and provide you a full refund.
For 2021, if you need to cancel your camp registration, you will be given a credit for a future camp.
(*If your camper is 12 years old and thus will be too old for a future camp, you will then receive a refund)
What if camp is cancelled due to Covid-19?
If we cancel camp due to Covid-19, we will issue a refund to everyone who has signed up. (Please allow up to two weeks for these refunds to be processed.) If an individual camper must decline camp due to Covid-exposure or not meeting our Camp Covid Safety guidelines, we will offer admission to another one of our camps when it is safe for them to attend.