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In partnership with Girl Scouts San Jacinto Council, the Okay to Say mental health awareness campaign, and Meadows Mental Health Policy Institute. The Okay to Say Mental Health Patch-in-a-Box Camp is a health themed camp designed to help girls develop greater social and emotional confidence. Through hands-on learning and experimentation, such as learning about brain anatomy; completing exciting hands-on STEM activities and exploring ways to manage stress through the use of mindfulness, girls will increase their social awareness and interpersonal skills in a fun and intuitive way. Girls will have intelligent fun, make new “virtual” friends, and make the most out of their spring break!
Note: Registration is required 1 week in advance in order to allow for adequate time to fulfill orders. Please note that enrollment for all camps closes at 11:59 PM the Monday prior to the start of camp. An on-boarding email will be sent by the Friday evening. You are responsible for reviewing the onboarding email in detail and being prepared with all materials before the class start time. Class begins promptly at the listed start time.
General: Julia Shank, GSLE Manager | 713-292-0338 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration: Registrars | 713-292-0370 | email@example.com
THM: Kennethia Rideaux, Senior Program Manager | 713-337-8458 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Each camp takes place at the same time every day for a full week for 1.5 hours. Classes are delivered via Zoom and facilitated by one museum educator and one moderator. All logins to access platform will be provided by The Health Museum in a separate email. Please review The Health Museum’s Virtual Learning Safety & Security Guidelines and Digital Citizenship Guide to learn more about our shared responsibility to support student safety and privacy in our online classes and to understand how to be a respectful online student.
All specific camp materials will be provided with the exception of liquids and basic school supplies. Laptop/desktop computer with an internet connection and will need to download Zoom video conferencing software. Parents/Troop Leaders will be able to pick up their camp supplies on Friday prior to start of camp at the museum with a designated time. Proof of purchase must be shown in order to receive camp supplies.
Add-On Hands-on Sheep Brain Dissection: $20
Note: Participants that purchase the add-on for the hands-on sheep brain dissection will receive a sheep brain in their camp box with dissection tools. Participants that do not include the add-on will be able to see the dissection.
Girl Scout Private Classes are available upon request. A minimum of 10 scouts is required for a class. The maximum number allowed per class is 35 scouts. To request a Girl Scout Private class, contact email@example.com.
Make great snacks for yourself and your friends.
If someone was sick or hurt, would you know how to help? When the unexpected happens you will be prepared.
In this badge, find out how inventors make stuff and become an inventor yourself.
In this badge, find our where science has been hiding in your home.
You have the five senses that work together to let you see, hear, smell, taste, and touch the world around you.
We only get one body, so its important to take care of it.
Make a variety of foods in our simple meals class! By the end of it you will have recipes for several easy to make meals!
This class will help you develop skills to respond to an emergency. You will make a portable first aid kit, and learn how to help people who are sick or injured.
Put your investigation skills to work in this Detective class! Follow clues to solve mysteries. Extract DNA, take fingerprints, identify handwriting and more!
Learn skills to live a healthy and active life in our Staying Fit class. In this class we will cover how to live an active lifestyle, basics of reading food labels, and how to manage stress.
In this badge, find out how to eat to keep your skin glowing, your mind focused, and your energy flowing.
Find out how to deal with minor injuries and illnesses and how to tell when the problem is more serious in this badge.
The efforts of locavores can be important—and delicious—steps toward healthful eating, helping the environment, and supporting local farmers.
In this badge, you’ll learn skills that define the Girl Scout motto. You’ll be prepared to handle any outdoor situation, from treating a mosquito bite to saving a life.
Identify health topics facing women in your community and across the globe, explore those that matter most to you, and—in the last step—reach out and raise awareness to spread good health to the women in your world.
For this badge, try on a chef’s apron as you throw a great dinner party, bring people together, and practice creating course after course with finesse and flair.
In this badge, find out how to differentiate between minor and major injuries, provide emergency treatment in some life-threatening situations, and share important information about injuries or illness.
Contact the Scouts Office to find out if your preferred dates and times are available. Complete a registration form and submit the form and full payment to the Scouts Office within five business days. An email confirmation form will be sent when we receive the form and payment.
Contact the Scouts Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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