Frequently Asked Questions
GAP is for girls starting sixth grade in fall 2022 as well as their families.
Project GAP is free to participants and their families.
There is 1 counselor for every 4 girls.
GAP will take place on the campus of Texas Southern University in the Health and Physical Education building.
Your child will require clothes appropriate for the weather and outdoor activity. Specific attire will be required for various activities, such as swimming, dance, and sports. NOTE: A dress code will be given prior to the start of the program.
Girls should arrive between 7:30 a.m. and 8:00 a.m. each morning. They will be dismissed at 1:00 p.m. Parents of car riders are asked to arrive by 1 p.m.
Yes, we will contact you if…
- Your child is ill, with a fever over 100 degrees.
- Your child needs medical care beyond what the camp staff may provide.
- Your child or someone attending camp is experiencing signs or symptoms of COVID-19.
- Your child is unable to function within Project GAP guidelines or she is unable to meet the essential program functions.
Our staff is made up of ladies who are excited to work with youth. The majority is young adult college students taking classes to become teachers, counselors, and other professionals who work with youth. All are required to submit to a background check for criminal activity, a clearance from Child Protective Services for child abuse and neglect, and an ACA Disclosure Statement for additional screening. All staff attend training prior to the start of the program about Project GAP policies for the protection of all participants, staff, and volunteers.
Do you have a question about the program or any suggestions? Please contact us at 713-313-7623 or firstname.lastname@example.org.