Evaluating Summer Camps

Finally, share the information with everyone involved in delivering the service, from camp counselors to front-desk staff, to programmers and administrators. It’s useless if you keep the information to yourself, so pass it around, and ask staff to contribute ideas to remedy identified issues.

The camp evaluation process can yield a tremendous amount of information when agencies take the time to ask questions, reflect on the answers, and then create a plan for improvement.

Jill Dray Korsok, CPRP, is the Recreation Program Manager for the city of Mentor Parks, Recreation & Public Facilities Department. She manages more than 125 discovery, sport, and traditional summer camps, serving more than 2,500 children each summer. She can be reached at korsok@cityofmentor.com.

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