Frequently Asked Questions

What are the Directions to the Camp?

Refer to the "Contact" page for a map with the location of SFCC.

Where do I drop off my children?

Almost all campers are dropped off at the north entrance to the Stauffacher Center on the SFCC campus located at 3201 West 16th Street in Sedalia, MO. This is the same area that students use when entering the SFCC Bookstore.


Preschooler and Kindergartener’s classes take part in a different building on campus. These classrooms are located on the east end of campus. A letter sent out to all campers in mid-July will state the exact location of each of the younger camper’s classrooms.

What do I need to send with my child to camp?

Everyday each child is asked to bring their own lunch and drink. Please be sure that their lunch container is identified with the child’s name and phone number. Each year at the end of camp we discover nice lunch boxes and thermos bottles that are never returned because they are not identified.

Preschooler and Kindergarteners do NOT bring lunches or drinks unless they require a special diet during their snack time.

Please be sure that your child is dressed in comfortable clothing. The campers usually are involved in a movement activity daily. Also please note that the children will be painting and using some mediums that might stain. 

What are the camp times?

Grades 1-9 --- 8:15 – 3:15.

Morning Kindergarten  ---- 8:15 – 11:15

Afternoon Kindergarten ---- 12:15 – 3:15

Preschool – 8:15 – 10:15


How much does camp cost?

Camper’s fees are as follows:

Grades 1-9 - - - on or before June 30 -$120.00 After June 30 - $130.00 per camper
Kindergarten - - on or before June 30 - $65.00 After June 30 - $70.00 per camper
Preschool - - - - on or before June 30 - $55.00 After June 30 - $60.00 per camper 


When does my child eat lunch?

That depends on your child’s age and group. Most children in grades 1-3 and Enrichment class eat lunch from 12:00 - 12:30. Campers in grades 4-6 eat from 12:30 – 1:00, Preschoolers and Kindergarteners are not on campus during the lunch hour.

I have questions that are not answered on this page; where can I find the answer?

Please check out the "Contact" page on this website – there you will find phone numbers and email addresses of people ready to answer your questions.


The prospective counselor needs to be entering tenth grade or higher.  Their attendance is required at the counselor meeting one week prior to camp. Volunteer hours count towards most programs but the counselor will need to check with the program’s advisor. No art skills necessary just a love for children and desire to help.  Daily lunches will be provided by Camp Blue Sky and there no fee to participate. 

Please call Amanda Lewis, (counselor director): (660) 281-9730