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All campers look forward to lots of cheerful letters from home. It is usually best to emphasize good news and talk about their experiences rather than to tell her how much you miss her and all of the fun she's missing at home.
It takes two or three days for mail to get to camp or to arrive at home from camp. You may want to mail the first letter before your daughter even leaves for camp, and do not expect to see mail right away. You may also leave mail with the Camp Director during check-in with the date you would like to have it delivered to assure proper and timely delivery.
We also suggest you send pre-stamped envelopes and post cards with your daughter.
Note: You may receive some mail from your daughter that is not very cheerful. This is completely normal. If that happens, remember that girls sometimes write home in homesick moments or the act of writing home may trigger their emotions.
Please be assured that every effort is being taken to ensure your daughter's health and happiness. If extreme homesickness occurs, the Camp Director will notify you.
***New This Year*** Resident Camp Directors will post daily to our Web site. Each day at 6 p.m. you will get updates on how things are going at camp.