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LITES must attend the LITE Fall Retreat and commit to 8 out of the 10 Family Fun Nights OR 8 out of the 10 Active Family Nights throughout the school year. You can come to all of them if you’d like, but 8/10 is the minimum requirement to stay a LITE. LITES choosing to be a part of the summer program must attend the LITE Summer Retreat and commit to working two weeks in the day camp program. Summer LITES are required to attend 4/6 Fridays in the summer.
LITES perform a variety of duties at these events from food prep, to puppets and drama, to lesson leading and behavior management. LITES expressing an interest and aptitude in a specific area have the opportunity to explore that position further.
LITES also have the opportunity (not mandatory) to join the Christmas Show Team. This team presents a 1 hour blacklight puppet and drama show for the Kids On Track Christmas Party where over 500 people attend! This will require practices from October through December
To register your youth for the LITE program for the first time there is a cost of $25, which is a non-refundable administration fee.
In order to work in the LITE summer Program, your youth must attend the Summer Training Week during the first week of July. This is a cost of $250 for 4 days of training, food, activities, and transportation to and from the camp. This covers the cost of being a LITE for the summer season.
In order to be a part of the LITE program during the school year (Sept-June), any new youth must attend the Fall Retreat, but it is not mandatory for those who attended the summer training week. The cost for registering for the fall season is $150 and covers the cost of the fall retreat, as well as being a LITE until the following summer.
The LITE Program may offer additional retreats throughout the year. Information on these retreats will be sent to the parents of the youth in the program. Though these are not mandatory, we encourage all LITES to participate and we work hard to keep the costs at a reasonable rate.
Policies and Procedures:
How to make sure you and your program is safe for the child and the worker
An overview of what to do in case of a variety of emergency situations including bus accident, missing child, medical incident, lockdown.
How do you get kids to listen to you? How do you get them to do what you want them to do?
What to look for and how to respond
How do you lead a game so it is successful? We will teach how to lead games as well as give you a variety of easy, no equipment games to play any time, anywhere.
A renown leadership training program, our leaders will help your youth develop a number of important leadership qualities such as Ethics, Communication, Commitment, Responsibility, Servant-hood and more!
What does God have to say about things? Does He care? Does He help? Exploring these questions and more!
READY TO SIGN UP?
All interested youth must attend an Information Night (scheduled in the Spring and Fall), fill out an application form themselves and fill out a registration form.