Wellness Classes - For Kids and Teens
Open to children in grades 4 to 6, Camp 911 is a one-day program focusing on safety, prevention techniques and health and wellness.
Camp 911 partners with community agencies and Fort HealthCare staff to provide a fun, hands-on learning environment that gives children the knowledge, skills and confidence to protect themselves, react safely in emergency situations and increase awareness of health and wellness.
Camp 911 is limited to 70 participants. Campers must be entering fourth-sixth grade in the 2014-2015 school year. Registrations are based on a first-come, first-served basis. Beverages, lunch and snacks will be provided. Fee is $20 per camper. In case of rain, activities will be moved indoors.
Contact: Community Health and Wellness (920) 568-5244
This program is designed for children who are at least 9 years of age and may be home for a short time without an adult. The focus will be on making wise and safe choices and how to handle unexpected situations.
This one-day program emphasizes safety, accident prevention and basic first aid. Participants, who must be age 11 or older, will learn to handle typical problems that arise while babysitting, how to make creative snacks and ideas for spending time with children. Each child receives a Red Cross Babysitting Book, DVD and certification card. Participants should bring a sack lunch.