Parents are finding that their kids benefit from life skills, like being a self-starter, resilience, and personal responsibility. Camp can help get them there!
A new page on our Website brings together articles, blogs, podcasts, books, videos, and other resources helpful to parents in all steps of the camp journey.
Editor’s Note: First of two posts all about reading at camp and reading at home. This one is on our new Lending Library, and Friday’s post will be on parent reading resources. One of the great joys of camp is that, while there is an intense amount of learning going on for the campers, it […]
Homesickness doesn’t really happen that often, but it DOES sometimes happen. Here’s what parents need to know both to prepare for camp and during camp.
We’ve launched a channel on SoundCloud & iTunes that will allow us to podcast stories about camp. Listen to our first one: A Guide for Parents to Mini Camp!
Don your ‘Ghany Gear (“official” or homemade) and share it on social media with the hashtag #GhanyGearDay on Friday May 29th. Or e-mail me & I’ll share for you!
It’s time to review necessary paperwork for camp, get physicals, make bus reservations and plan your camper’s time at Camp Alleghany.
We’ve written several times on the blog about our approach to accommodating food allergies, restrictions, and dietary choices at camp. But it’s always nice for a fresh update so that newcomers (or the newly diagnosed) don’t have to search too far to find our information. Let me say first that at Camp Alleghany we take […]
I love coming across articles like this one on the blog Sunshine Parenting titled “Five Reasons Great Parents Send Their Kids to Camp.” Yes, that’s GREAT parents! I love it because it’s so encouraging to come across parents who are writing about the benefits of letting go a little bit as a crucial part of the art […]