Camp Eagle IS BACK for June 2023!!! SAVE the DATES! June 12 - 16, 2023 Registration information will be posted in January 2023
WHAT IS CAMP EAGLE?
Camp Eagle Advance Leadership Training is a five-day advanced leadership workshop running in conjunction with the South Florida Leadership Training Camp (SFLTC). This camp is for high school student government leaders who, have successfully completed the South Florida Leadership Training Camp or a similar development leadership camp. Student leaders who attend this workshop will be given an opportunity to participate in a variety of leadership development activities that are conducted in small groups. Sessions will be devoted to specific areas including:
Goals, Aims and Objectives of Student Government
Self-Awareness and Group Dynamics
Problem Solving and Decision Making
Planning, Organization and Time Management
In addition, student leaders will have the opportunity to share ideas and projects, demonstrate their own unique abilities and renew friendships and contacts with students from throughout the state.
WHO IS SPONSORING THIS WORKSHOP?
Camp Eagle is sponsored by the Student Activities Department of the School Board of Broward County, Florida in association with the Florida Association of School Administrators/Florida Association of Secondary School Principals.
WHO IS ON THE INSTRUCTIONAL STAFF?
The junior staff consists of students who have graduated from high school and who have volunteered to be Junior Counselors. The senior staff consists of educators who have been or who are currently student activities advisors in Florida high schools. The senior staff members have served on the staff of numerous leadership workshops and have many years of experience in student leadership development.
WHERE IS THE WORKSHOP HELD?
Nova Southeastern University in Davie (Ft. Lauderdale), Florida
WHEN WILL THE WORKSHOP BE HELD?
The workshop will be held summer of 2023!
wHAT ARE THE DELEGATE ACCOMMODATIONS?
The Camp Eagle staff will make all room assignments. Students will be housed one to a room, in a four-room/two-bathroom suite. Delegates from the same school will not be assigned as roommates so they should not plan to share personal items. Delegates must provide their own towels, as well as a pillow and linens (including a light blanket) for a “long” twin bed
HOW DO DELEGATES GET TO THE WORKSHOP?
Delegates must make their own arrangements to reach Nova Southeastern University or to the various public transportation depots in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. If students drive themselves to the workshop, they will not be allowed to drive their vehicles from the time they arrive until the workshop is over. Camp staff will make arrangements to transport students to and from the local airport, train and bus stations if assistance is requested and the arrival time is prior to 1 pm on the first day of the workshop.
wHAT ABOUT EARLY DEPARTURE/TEMPORARY DISMISSAL?
Early departure is discouraged. Teams are assigned, meals are ordered, and sessions are planned based on all registered delegates being in attendance for the entire workshop. Schools should only send delegates who commit to attend the entire workshop.
WHAT ABOUT REGISTERED STUDENTS WHO DO NOT ARRIVE TO CAMP?
The camp staff will immediately attempt to reach the student’s parents or guardian to report the student’s absence.
Next, the student’s high school and advisor will be notified of the student’s absence.
Due to the fact that for the past four years, the camp has reached capacity, resulting in entire school delegations having to be turned away, the department considers it mandatory that we recoup any department funds used to pay the registration fee for a delegate that is a no-show. Therefore the Department of Student Activities and Athletics will invoice the school for those funds.
Whether the school paid all of the registration fee or part of the registration fee, if the student is a no-show and made no attempt to notify the school in a timely manner, it is recommended that the school place an obligation against the student for whatever the school paid on that student’s behalf.
IS THERE A DRESS CODE?
Yes, the dress code specified by the School Board of Broward County, Florida in conjunction with the FASA/FASSP will be enforced. Students will be provided with three camp T-shirts for Monday through Wednesday and are asked to bring a “school” shirt.
WHAT ARE THE OTHER RULES OF CONDUCT?
Yes. Most of them will be discussed at the workshop’s first general session however, a few should be mentioned here. Any delegate who is found in possession of drugs, alcohol beverages, or who leaves the workshop campus, or who is found in the room of another delegate will be sent home at his/her parent’s expense. In addition, his/her principal will be immediately notified.
WHAT SHOULD A DELEGATE BRING?
A pillow, towels and bed linen (including a blanket) for a long single bed
Toiletries (don’t pack to share)
A sweatshirt or light jacket
A positive attitude and an open mind
Delegates should bring back their SFLTC binder (we will add more resources to it).
Extra money for snacks, etc.
CAN A DELEGATE BRING A MUSICAL INSTRUMENT?
Yes. In fact, delegates are encouraged to bring a musical instrument if they play one.
what should not be brought to the workshops?
Alcoholic beverages or drugs
A bad attitude
do delegates need to bring a coat/tie or nice dress?
While there will be no coat and tie event at Camp Eagle, there will, however, be an event that takes place in the Nova High School Auditorium and it is cold in a partially filled auditorium, jeans would be a good choice for Wednesday night. It is highly recommended that shorts be worn to all other events. Please remind all delegates that the dress code of the School Board of Broward County will be enforced and delegates should pack accordingly.
do delegates need parental permission forms?
Yes. Every delegate must submit a signed copy of the permission form that will accompany the registration packet
do delegates have to have an advisor attend with them?
No. Advisors are encouraged to attend but are not required. Those who do attend must register as an adult delegate.
who may attend?
Rising juniors and seniors from any high school in the state of Florida who has previously attended SFLTC. Preference should be given to student government, class and club officers who will be serving during the following school year. Please note: No first time camp experience attendees will be accepted.
what is the registration fee? deadline?
The registration cost for the camp is $395.00 per delegate.
are there refunds?
No refunds will be made after the registration deadline. However, substitute delegates may be sent as long as the substitute delegate is of the same sex as the delegate they are replacing. Substitute delegates must bring all of the necessary permission forms with them.
how can I get a registration form?
A complete informational booklet is on this website OR from your Student Government/Student Activities Director.
how can I get additional information?
Additional information can be obtained by contacting Xenia Santiago, Executive Camp Director and Student Activities Liaison, Athletics & Student Activities, Broward County Public Schools, at email@example.com.