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What is R.O.A.R.?

R.O.A.R. stands for Respect Others And youRself and is a program offered during the months of June and July, the Sheriff's Office holds summer day camps for children 6 to 12 years of age. These sessions teach our young people about citizenship, leadership, cooperation, respect and environmental responsibility. Counselors and deputies reinforce the importance of rules and laws through games, team sports, crafts and demonstrations. The Sheriff's Office is presenting this program in partnership with Eckerd Youth Alternatives and The Florida Sheriffs Association. It is offered without cost to Hernando County children.

R.O.A.R. Summer Day Camps are FREE to the first 60 registered campers for each session. Each child may only attend ONE, week long session.

Available Sessions for this year:

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All sessions are held from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.



Important Information

  1. If your child does not arrive on DAY ONE, their spot will be filled with another applicant and your child will not be able to attend this year’s summer camp.
  2. Parents must provide transportation to & from camp.
  3. There is no charge for this camp. ROAR Camp is funded by drug forfeiture money.
  4. Your child must be at least 6 years old PRIOR to their scheduled camp date.
  5. Lunches and snacks are provided; however, if your child has a special diet or food allergies, they should bring their own lunch/snacks in a SMALL COOLER.
  6. All children must be able to feed themselves and use the restroom on their own.
  7. Preference will be given to students who have NEVER attended camp. Hernando County Residents only.
  8. A confirmation letter will be sent to applicants who have been selected to attend.

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Agreement

  1. Not to hold the Hernando County Sheriff's Office, Eckerd, Inc., or staff responsible for illness or injury.
  2. To give permission to participate in approved camp activities, except as restricted by doctor’s orders.
  3. To give the listed agencies permission to photograph and/or video and allow such images to be used for media coverage and for program development which may include presentations/participation at various community, district, or state conferences.
  4. To give the agencies complete authority to address disciplinary matters, and if there are any medical problems/issues to transport to a medical facility.
  5. Only the designated person(s) listed on the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office camp application may be allowed to sign the camper in and out, with proper photo identification. Any changes to that list must be done in writing and verified by the camp supervisor.

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