THE HEIGHTS KIDS EVENING CAMP
5:30 pm – 8:30 pm | JUNE 26 – 28
Join us for the Heights Kids Evening Camp for the most incredible three days of your kid’s summer! Epic 20 part obstacle course, jousting, slip-n-slide, messy art, snacks, amazing rally, and yes… learning about Jesus!
Your kids will love it!
Early Bird Registration Ends Soon!
Make a difference in a kid’s life this summer.
Join the AMPED CAMP team!
Attend Volunteer Training
Commit to all three days
Adults 18+ years must be background checked through Bayside Church of Citrus Heights
Have fun and let God use you!
BE A SMALL GROUP LEADER:
Volunteer Training for Youth
Youth and Parent: June 3, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
YOUTH SMALL GROUP LEADER
As a Youth Small Group Leader for any age group, you will assist the Adult Small Group Leader in guiding the group of kids for the 3 days of camp.
All youth small group leaders must be going into 7th-12th grade in Fall 2018.
You will have an additional Assistant Small Group Leader as well. You will be responsible for the following in addition to anything the Adult Leader asks you:
- Arriving early for devotions and preparing your tent for your group to arrive
- Welcoming kids, getting to know them, organizing water bottles
- Assisting in the Opening Activity and beginning the discussion
- Keeping kids together throughout the different activities
- Picking up the snack for your group during snack time
- Assisting in clean up each day
Volunteer Training for Adults
June 10, 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
ADULT SMALL GROUP LEADER
As an Adult Small Group Leader, you will be the main leader of a group of kids for the 3 days of camp.
You will have 1-2 assistant youth or adult leaders with you for the week to help you lead and guide the group throughout the camp. You will be responsible for the following:
- Calling all kids in your group before camp starts to get them excited and get to know them
- Arriving early for devotions and preparing your room for your group to arrive
- Your youth leaders can also help with the following:
- Welcoming kids, organizing water bottles, etc
- Signing kids in and out each day (parents need to sign)
- Starting Opening Activity
- Guiding group to the different areas throughout the day and keeping everyone together. Guiding small group discussion based on curriculum and daily story
- Helping with snack
AREAS TO SERVE IN:
Recreation (4 - 5 years)
Recreation for the younger kids is still just as exciting! They have a special area right outside the children’s playground where you will be serving during camp.
You will be involved in the setup, tear down and operation of different games and activities. There will be bouncy balls, obstacle courses, water games, chalk and more for the little ones to play with. Your job will be to play with them, help them through different activities, and of course, have fun!
Recreation (K - 6th)
Sunshine, water games, obstacle courses, and an epic slip-n-slide! As a part of the Recreation area, you will assist the Team Lead in setting up, tearing down, and helping the kids as they play on all the fun equipment we have out on the Rec field.
You will assist each kid as they come down in their groups throughout their rotation. You will assist kids as they venture through the obstacle course, get a ride on the slip-n-slide, and joust in our pool!
Some kids who come to The Heights Kids Camp have Special Needs, and we set them up with a Special Needs Buddy.
As a Special Needs volunteer, you will be paired with a kid for the entirety of the week. You will travel through their rotation with them and their group, and assist them in anything specific they might need.
You will pay special attention to them and help them understand and learn throughout the week along with their peers.
Arts and Crafts
You will assist the Team Lead in setting up the crafts each day before the kids get there, help the kids when they come with their groups, reset in between rotations and clean up at the end of the day.
You might get your hands messy with paint, chalk or glue, but your job is to help the kids make some beautiful art and of course, have fun.
To help with the organization and clarification of tent assignments, locations of different things at camp, and helping people find their area, you get to be a part of the team with all the answers!
Your assignment includes organizing the clipboards for each group, managing the volunteer pick up of the clipboards, and helping with any group changes or camp questions to the best of your ability.
As a volunteer in First Aid, you will be positioned throughout the campus and on call for the duration of camp. You must be 21 or older and first aid certified.
You are the helping hand for pulling out slivers, passing out Band-Aids and aiding anyone who may get injured. Ice packs galore!
Hospitality | Snack
Even and especially in the midst of the busyness of camp, we always want to remember to keep God at the center.
Road Warriors | Greeters
Our Road Warriors and greeters are some of the first contact people will make when they arrive for camp.
As a Road Warrior volunteer, you’ll assist people with finding parking, helping them head in the right direction to drop off their kids, and be the first smiling face they’ll see.
As a Greeter, you will be stationed at different entrance areas to welcome families and kids to The Heights Kids Camp and help them find where they need to go.