Welcome to the Palomar Mountain Flute Retreat! In order to make this retreat enjoyable, safe, and worthwhile, it is necessary for the SDFG to have a few guidelines. We expect you to use common sense and courtesy as you conduct yourself during your stay. A camper who does not fulfill the responsibilities set out by such rules, procedures and standards of conduct may be subject to disciplinary action, including dismissal from camp. By completing this application, you the student and parent are electronically signing that you both understand and acknowledge the following:
Campers are required to wear their name tag in clear view at all times.
The daily schedule will posted in the Great Room and followed by everyone unless excused by a Camp Director. Please no practice before breakfast or after 10pm.
Rooms should be cleaned before breakfast, and keys should be used to lock the rooms upon exiting. Campers share housekeeping duties; all campers are expected to do their part to keep common areas clean.
Conservation is everyone's business. Turn out lights, save water, pick up litter, and be careful to keep clothing away from heaters.
Campers must remain on the camp grounds at all times.
SDFG Does Not permit students to use mobile/cellular/smart phones or other internet devices while we are in session. We request that these items be left at home for the duration of camp.
Campers are responsible for bringing and administering their own medications. Prescription and over-the-counter medications must be listed on the Medical Information Form.
Meals will be served in the Great Room and during meal hours only. Food is not permitted in the living quarters. Any food or snacks brought to camp must be stored in the kitchen area.
Absolutely no form of sexual misconduct, harassment, violence, threats of violence, bullying or other acts of communications intended to intimidate, harass, or annoy will be tolerated.
Vandalism and theft will result in immediate dismissal from the camp. Please treat the buildings, equipment and furniture with care. If vandalism occurs, those involved will be financially responsible for all expenses necessary for repair.
Should your parents need to contact you during camp, they should call Erica Peel (805) 448-1631, Ruth Mayhew (508) 932-5082 or Cindy Anne Broz (951) 240-0448.