2018 Wisconsin Residential Camp Staff Information (687 KB)
(Packing list, expectations, etc…)
2018 Nokasippi Staff Manual (907 KB)
(Required reading prior to Sunday staff training)
Online Staff Training
We have mandatory training for ALL staff members. There will be two aspects of staff training. Prior to Wednesday, July 25th you are required to watch the three videos and one Power Point below and respond to the post test surveys after viewing. If you’ve not taken the post tests, you will need to stay after at Sunday training to complete this requirement. In addition, the Camp Lutherdale Tour is required viewing but there is no post test.
Camp Odayin Medical Orientation
Download the Medical Orientation Powerpoint (1 MB)
After viewing, click to complete the Medical Orientation Post Test
Policies and Procedures
After viewing, click to complete the Policies and Procedures Post Test
Camp Odayin 101
Tips and Tricks of the Trade (featuring veteran counselors and nurses from our Minnesota Residential Camp)
After viewing Camp Odayin 101 and Tips and Tricks of the Trade, click to complete the Camp 101 & Tips and Tricks Post Test
There is no test required after viewing the Camp Lutherdale Tour.
Camp Lutherdale Tour
Sunday Staff Training
Please plan to be in attendance for staff training on July 29th from 3:00 to 8:00. The in-person staff training for the Nokasippi session will be located at Camp Lutherdale (N7891 US Highway 12, Elkhorn, WI 53121) and dinner will be provided. Volunteers are welcome to stay overnight at camp following training as well.
Training will cover general information, care for our campers, policies and procedures and an opportunity to get to know your cabin leadership team. Come ready to meet, greet and have fun!
Fun Packing List
One of our main goals at camp is to provide a FUN experience for our campers. One of the ways we do this is through many silly activities, crazy meals, and goofy evening programs. Campers love to see their counselors, doctors and nurses dressed up and having a good time. Check out the silly packing list for your session and try to bring some special clothes for these events. Check the closet, visit your local thrift store, and hit the garage sales (don’t spend $$$$ – this is camp and things can get dirty…).
- Sports jersey/t-shirt
- Pajamas (to wear to a meal)
- Hawaiian/Luau attire (shirt, dress, lei, etc.)
- Hat and sunglasses
- White t-shirt (for a craft project)
- Outfit to get messy
- Dressy outfit