2021 Sheriff’s Summer Camp
Sheriff Matthew W. Beickert is excited to announce that the Currituck County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the 2021 Afterschool Sheriff’s Summer Camp. As a community stakeholder, Sheriff Beickert utilizes School Resource Officers to provide life enrichment, career enrichment, and build positive relationships between Law Enforcement Officers and Currituck County youth.
Campers will be assigned to attend summer camp based on their current grade level they’ve completed at the time their application is submitted. Students who’ve completed 6th-8th grade should apply for the middle school summer camp. Students who’ve completed 9th-12th grade should apply for the high school summer camp. Students who have completed 5th grade are not eligible for this camp.
The Summer Camp is open to all Currituck County youth residents.
Summer Camp activities could include:
- team building exercises,
- YMCA alpine tower swing,
- Currituck County Sheriff’s Office K-9 demonstration,
- Currituck County Sheriff’s Office SWAT demonstration,
- Currituck Detention Center tour,
- gym activities,
- U.S. Coast Guard base visit,
- Currituck County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigator, Narcotics, and SWAT Deputies presentations,
- visits from North Carolina Juvenile Court Counselors,
- mock officer involved scenarios,
- shooting a taser,
- J.B. Rattles presentations of reptiles,
- Career Management Counselor presentation,
- Currituck Emergency Management presentation,
- visits to the Albemarle Museum,
- visit movie theaters.
The Currituck County Sheriff’s Office is happy to announce a new Summer Camp for 2021.
This camp will be 4 full days of Summer fun:
Monday, August 9 – Thursday, August 12, 2021
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Focus: Hybrid camp of 6th-8th grade middle school students and 9th-12th grade high school students. Students who have completed 5th grade are not eligible for this camp.
Registration: All Applications must be received by Monday, August 2, 2021.
Applicants will be accepted on a first come first serve basis. New applicants will take priority over previous camp participants. All Applications must be received by Monday, August 2, 2021.
Applications are available and should be submitted by:
- In Person
- Currituck Middle school students can hand deliver to Deputy Jason Dowdy
- Moyock Middle school students can hand deliver to Deputy Nora Nichols
- Currituck High school students can hand deliver to Deputy Nathan Large
- J.P. Knapp Early College students can hand deliver to Deputy Jason Jones
There’s a participant cap for each summer camp. High school and Middle school camp participants will be accepted on a first come first serve basis. Five camp seats will be reserved in each camp for referrals from North Carolina Juvenile Justice Court Counselors, JCPC program providers, Currituck County School Principals, and Currituck County School Resource Officers.
For questions contact:
- Deputy Nathan Large — 252-453-0014
- Deputy Nora Nichols — 252-435-2566
- Deputy Jason Dowdy — 252-453-2171
- Deputy Jason Jones — 252-232-3107