Your job is the most important!
Being a Group Leader is the most important job in camp. The participants need your guidance in order to have a successful and safe camp experience. As Group Leaders you will be responsible for the well being of your dorm and activity groups. The participants will develop a special relationship with you that will become a lasting memory if you do your job to its fullest potential.
The following is a list of the expectations of Group Leaders (teachers, parents, or young volunteers), attending Mo-Ranch ELP:
- Be here for the children! - You can visit with your friends on your break time or after the program. Put your time into the participants so they have a great experience. Get involved in all activities so the participants will learn from your example.
- Follow the rules - ELP rules are for safety. Safety is a priority at ELP. Make sure your participants are following all safety rules. ELP safety rules apply to everyone.
- Know where each individual participant is at all times - You are responsible for the 24-hour supervision of these children. Your most diligent supervision times include: wake up, moving from one location to another, meals, activities, recreation time, cabin time and lights out.