Parents: If your child attended the 2014 Lake Tahoe Music Camp,
please provide us feedback about your experience. Thank you.
CAMP CONCERT: The camp concert starts at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, July 12. Please plan on arriving early as parking may take some time. Parents are encouraged to begin arriving at 8:30-8:45 a.m. You may want to bring folding chairs (low-backed chairs are preferable) for extra comfort; there is also amphitheatre bench seating available. See you there!
REMINDER: Mandatory first-day camp check-in is Sunday, July 6, from 1-3 p.m.
Attention parents and guardians! Please complete and sign the required Parent/Camper Pledge form and Health form and mail to the the address below by June 16, 2014. If you miss the mailing deadline, please bring signed and completed forms to the mandatory check-in on the first day of camp from 1-3 p.m. If your child is flying in, please fill out the Arrival/Departure form by June 16, 2014, and mail to:
Lake Tahoe Music Camp Registration
University of Nevada, Reno/0048
Reno, NV 89557
(The Arrival/Departure form may also be emailed to email@example.com)
• Camp Survival Guide (PDF)
• Parent/Camper Pledge (PDF) Please complete and sign two copies.
• Health Form (PDF) Please complete and sign two copies.
• Sample Camper Schedule (PDF)
• Absolute Music Scholarship (PDF)
All campers are required to adhere to camp rules and expected to participate in all camp activities. Failure to follow rules and meet participation expectations may result in dismissal from camp without a refund of camp fees. If an incident occurs that warrants the student’s dismissal from camp, parents are required to provide transportation home in a timely manner. Please note: Lake Tahoe Music Camp DOES NOT provide wind or brass instruments.
Camp staff have received first-aid training. However, there are no professionally trained medical personnel at camp. In the event of an emergency, campers will be taken to the nearest urgent care facility or hospital emergency room. Prior to camp, parents or guardians are required to complete the Identification and Emergency Information Form. At registration, campers and parents/guardians must meet with the assistant camp director to review this form and to discuss any medications and/or health conditions that may affect the camper’s experience.