BSA Medical Forms (A&B)
Scouts BSA requires that you submit an up-to-date and valid record of your medical history. Every person attending camp (adults, staff, and youth) must have at least PART A & B of these medical forms on file with the camp staff or they won’t be allowed to attend Camp Tomahawk.
Prescription Drug Authorization Form
Our medically trained adult staff can handle administration of prescription drugs to your Scout. HOWEVER, to do so we require that the State of Maryland Prescription Drug Authorization Form be completed and delivered to camp personnel so that we know exactly how to aid your Scout and there is no miscommunication with regard to their medication. Every Scout taking prescription medication (to be administered on-site at camp) MUST have this form completed and submitted to the camp staff or they won’t be allowed to attend Camp Tomahawk.
Non-Prescription Authorization Form
The excitement and fun of summer camp has the potential to result in a bump or scrape along the way. We need permission to treat your son or daughter if that happens. Every youth attending Camp Tomahawk MUST have this form completed and submitted to the camp staff or they won’t be allowed to attend Camp Tomahawk.
Adult Volunteer Documents
Den Leader (Job Details)
Den Leaders are an integral part of what makes Camp Tomahawk successful; without them, we would have no camp. Learn more about what you will be responsible for while at camp.
Den Leader Resource Booklet
Scouts BSA provided resource booklet for Adult Leaders containing camp-theme graphics, ideas, songs, skits, cheers, and much, much more!
Adult Staff (Job Details)
Whether you’ve signed up for a single day or for the entire week, Adult Leaders make sure the kids are having fun in a safe learning environment. Learn more about what you will be responsible for while at camp.
You’ve decided to take the next step with Camp Tomahawk and become a staff member who plans, organizes, and executes a successful day camp for hundreds of kids each summer? Learn more about what you will be responsible for while at camp.
Youth Aide Documents
Youth Aide Handbook
This handy “handbook” will help to inform all youth staff as aids to our den leaders, station staff, and general camp administration. All youth aids should read this prior to camp starting.
Youth Aide (Job Details)
Our group of Camp Aides is made up of Scouts from the Scouts BSA organization (boys and girls). They should be between 13 and 18 years of age and many are siblings of Scouts attending camp. Learn more about what you will be responsible for while at camp.