Super Summer Registration and Procedures

 
The following information is to answer your questions about the registration process. If you have any further questions, do not hesitate to call Ronda Sissons at 405-503-1100. Because space is limited, get your online registration completed and money in to the Super Summer Office as soon as possible. Once a week is full, registration will be closed. Please make sure the students you register are going to attend.
 
 

A FEW SIMPLE RULES

1. All students must attend the entire week of activities.
2. There is absolutely no leaving the campus for any
reasons (except a medical emergency and accompanied
by SS staff) during the week.
3. Absolutely no drugs, tobacco, or alcohol of any kind will
be allowed. Any student found possessing such items
will be sent home immediately at parents’ expense.
4. Students should come with teachable spirits, willing
hearts and smiles on their faces.
5. Students must attend all class sessions, break-out
sessions and worship services.
6. Students must follow all on campus rules and
expectations.
7. Every church must have an ON CAMPUS Contact Person
in case of a student emergency from their church. This
can be exec. staff, team leader, dorm parent etc.
8. Students will be responsible for all lost or misplaced
keys ($50.00) upon checkout on Friday.
 
 

DATES FOR REGISTRATION

Church Registration opened in January, 2022 and Student Registration opened in February, 2022. Registration closes April 30th, 2022, or when each week is full. All online forms and registration checks must be postmarked by April 30th to avoid late fees. ANY REGISTRATION COMPLETED AFTER APRIL 30TH MUST PAY A LATE FEE OF $25 PER STUDENT. All church registrations in their entirety must be received no later than May 14th. Your church will be registered only if your online registration is complete with the following: All online forms completed, exec. staff and team leader background check form, rooming request forms, church affirmation letters completed for all adults and payment in FULL. We operate on a first come, first serve basis. If your registration is incomplete, your church will not be registered until all items have been completed and received.
 
 

CHURCH REGISTRATION PROCESS

1. Request your Group Hold numbers for all of the exec. staf, team leaders, and students attending with your church. (If you need to increase any of these numbers, please email the Super Summer office.)
2. Interview you students and collect the 2022 student spiritual assessment form for each student who will be attending camp.
3. Upload the background check form and rooming request form to your church profile. 
4. Monitor the online progress of your exec. staff, team leaders, and students to ensure all required steps have been completed before registration closes. 
5. If at all possible, please mail all or as many student spiritual assessment forms to Super Summer by May 14th, if you need to bring the remaining ones to camp that is fine. These will be handed out to our team leaders on Sunday of TL Weekend, so they must be turned in on time! 
 

Registration Address!

Please mail your registration to the following address.

609 NE 21st
Moore, Oklahoma 73160

STUDENT REGISTRATION

1. Upon receiving the Group Hold ID for your church, complete all online forms. 
2. Add any current medications to your online profile. 
3. List all known allergies on your online profile.
4. *NEW FOR 2022* you do NOT need to upload your insurance card or student spiritual assessment form
 

Special Dietary Needs:

OBU does offer some special dietary needs options. For special dietary needs, Super Summer participants are welcome to bring food to meet dietary needs. For specific information on bringing food for dietary needsEmail Ronda .

 

EXEC. STAFF/TEAM LEADER REGISTRATION

1. Upon receiving the Group Hold ID for your church, complete all online forms. 
2. Add any current medications to your online profile. 
3. List all known allergies on your online profile. 
4. Upload your church affirmation letter to your online profile. 
  
 

FINANCIAL INFORMATION

The registration fee includes lodging, meals, materials, program costs and complete use of the OBU facilities. Students should plan to bring extra spending money for CDs, soft drinks, snacks, souvenirs, etc. The fees for Super Summer are as follows: $205.00 per Student – $185.00 per Team Leader – $155.00 per Executive Staff. Make checks payable to Super Summer OK.
 
 

REFUND POLICY

Full refund (except late fees) – if in writing/email by the Friday before your week of camp.
Partial refund – for drops during TL weekend and Monday no-shows.

Refund Checks will be processed during your week of camp.

 
 

Super Summer Dress Code

Super Summer exists to inspire and equip students as Kingdom-minded leaders. With that in mind, we expect the students and leaders to dress with modesty.
Shorts – 5 inch inseam or longer, skirts and dresses – 4 inches from the knee, tank tops – cover the shoulders and no gaping armholes.
 
 

2022 Summer Trends To Avoid

*T-shirts longer than your shorts *Visible undergarments *Tight fitting apparel *Rips in shorts and jeans that are higher than the 5-inch inseam rule.
 
 
 

TEAM LEADER INFORMATION 

Our Team Leaders are a vital part of Super Summer and must attend Team Leader training weekend (Saturday and Sunday before their camp week). They serve as encouragers, discussion leaders, friends, and dorm supervisors to a group of 10 to 12 students. During the week, Team Leaders become a small group leader to our students and minister to each student. This assignment demands a spiritually mature and growing person. Make sure the people you send are above reproach, walking with God and of good moral character.

 

Team Leaders twenty and younger will be placed in Red, Blue, and Orange schools.

 

TEAM LEADER REQUIREMENTS

1. Be recommended by their Pastor/Youth Pastor.
2. Be a spiritually mature/growing person who has been out of high school at least one year at the start of Super Summer.
3. Be a happy, positive person.
4. Have a heart for young people and be willing to invest his/her life in the lives of students.
5. Obey the rules of Super Summer.
6. Be willing to lead in small group discussions following large group teaching.
7. Attend the Team Leader Training Weekend the Saturday, Sunday and Monday before Super Summer begins. 
 
The dates for the Team Leader Training are as follows:
Week 1 – Saturday, June 4 – Monday, June 6
Week 2 – Saturday, June 11 – Monday, June 13
Week 3 – Saturday, June 18 – Monday, June 20
 

CHURCH REQUIREMENTS

Each church sending students must provide Team Leaders. The formula for numbers is based on one (1) Team Leader for every seven (7) students. [i.e.: 1 to 7 students requires 1 Team Leader; 8 to 14 students requires 2 Team Leaders etc.] PLEASE NOTE: If for some reason you cannot find a Team Leader for your group, YOU MUST STILL PAY FOR THE REQUIRED NUMBER OF TEAM LEADERS REGISTRATION. Work very hard to meet the 1 to 7 ratio. This is vital to our success. Exec Staff persons do not count toward the ratio. EVERY church must have an ON CAMPUS contact person in case of a student emergency from their church. This can be exec. staff, team leader, dorm parent, etc.

 

ATTENDANCE

All persons should arrive during the registration times. (Exec./TLs on Saturday and students on Monday.) For emergency and extenuating circumstances please

contact the Super Summer Director, Chris Gulley: chris@chbcok.com 

MANDATORY: All Team Leaders should check in at the Geiger Center by 12:00pm on the Saturday of Team Leader Weekend. Week 1 Saturday, June 4th, Week 2 Saturday, June 11th, and Week 3 Saturday, June 18th, Room assignments and schedules will be given at that time. Team Leaders must stay on campus and carry out all assigned responsibilities until Friday afternoon of their respective week.

 

SCHOOL INFORMATION

Red School – For all students entering 8th Grade in the fall of 2022
Blue School – For all students entering 9th Grade in the fall of 2022
Orange School – For all students entering 10th Grade in the fall of 2022
Yellow School – For all students entering 11th Grade in the fall of 2022
Green School – For all students entering 12th Grade in the fall of 2022
Silver School – For those just graduated high school in the spring of 2022