Camp Emmanuel Policies

Camper Social Networking Policy

Social Networking Internet Sites. In general, Camp Emmanuel views social networking sites (e.g. MySpace, Facebook, etc.), personal web sites and weblogs positively and respects the right of campers to use them as a medium of self-expression and peer interaction. If a camper chooses to identify himself or herself as a participant of Camp Emmanuel on such Internet venues, some readers of such web sites or blogs may view the camper as a representative or spokesperson of Camp Emmanuel. In light of this possibility, Camp Emmanuel requires that campers observe certain guidelines when referring to Camp Emmanuel, its programs or activities, its campers and/or staff, in a blog or on a web site.
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"Two-Strike" Behavior Policy

In developing and implementing the Camp Emmanuel program, the Metropolis of Denver strives to create a nurturing Christian environment which respects its participants’ physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. At times certain behavioral issues arise among some campers that may disrupt the camp community. For this reason we have created a “Two Strike Policy” in regard to participant behavior.
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