Thank you for registering your child for summer camp at Little Leaf Art Studio. I am very excited about all the awesome things we will create, and the friendships that will form.

 

Drop off and Pick Up: I have two entrances to the studio. One is on Webb Street, and the other is facing 41 or Church St. If there is not enough parking, you may use city parking. For drop off and pick up, I would like to ask you to use the side facing 41, where Calvin the chicken will greet you. I will open doors 5 minutes before the start of camp. A temperature check will be administered before anyone enters the studio.

What to bring: Please bring a signed copy of the photo release and liability waiver with you on the first day of camp. Please download and print out these forms. The forms can be found at the bottom of this page by clicking the red button with Photo Release and Liability Waiver on it. If you are having trouble, please let me know. Also, send a lunch, and drink with your child daily. I want to warn parents that we use real art supplies. That means the supplies do not wash out of clothing. I recommend sending your child in clothing that you will not be upset if they are accidentally decorated with spilled paint, ink, or glue. All of my clothes have been decorated, and I love it. I am aware not everyone does.

 

Health: If your child is not feeling well, please do not send them to camp. If they have been around anyone who has tested positive for COVID 19, please do not send them to camp until you have a negative test result. Please teach your child the proper handwashing techniques, and how to cover their cough. Please explain the importance of keeping art supplies and toys out of their mouths at all times. 

 

 Camp is my favorite time of the year, and I am looking forward to your kids being a part of it. If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact me. If you want to set up an appointment to meet me and view the studio text or call me at 229-251-8843.

 

Thank you for the support and love, 

Autumn Orozco