Health & Safety
HEALTH & SAFETY
In case of special medical instructions or questions (medications, allergies, physical limitations, etc.), please contact SBC Administrator, Elizabeth Keene, at 540-568-2384 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org so that we can prepare to best accommodate our participants. Please note that the JMU Dining Services will also create special menus upon request for individuals with severe food allergies. Please notify our office of these necessary accommodations in order for us to make the arrangements.
Medical Release Form
A Medical Release form should have completed with your online application. If you have not completed this form, please CLICK HERE to complete this online form. It is necessary for our staff to have this information on hand in case of a medical emergency during the JMU Summer Band Camps.
Please complete the online form by June 30, 2017. We would appreciate if individuals with specific medical issues (medication, allergies, etc.) submit this form in advance so we can make the necessary accommodations. Students who do not have a completed form on file will not be allowed to participate in the camp.
JMU Summer Band Camps will have a qualified medical staff member on campus to assist with minor medical issues. However, all medical emergencies will be transported to Rockingham Memorial Hospital, located at 2010 Health Campus Drive, Harrisonburg, VA 22801.
HEAT & HYDRATION
Because our event occurs in the middle of summer, the temperatures and weather conditions can vary greatly day-to-day and morning to night. Therefore, we encourage all outdoor camp participants to bring adequate clothing to protect from the elements (raingear, hats, light clothing, jacket), as well as water bottles and any other weather-related items necessary to best prepare for the summer conditions. All camp participants will receive a water bottle to be used during camp. However, please feel free to bring additional bottles if so desired. We will provide ample coolers with ice water as well as water breaks to allow participants to rehydrate.