Suggested Packing List
WHAT TO BRING TO CAMP: (Clearly marked with camper’s name)
RAINGEAR – Check forecast (skip if no rain)
Water bottle for hikes
Day pack (small backpack)
Pen and pencil
Alarm clock (check with cabin mates)
Shoes (2 pairs closed-toed) - Comfortable with support. Lots of hiking!
Sleeping bag or sheet with blanket
Pillow with case
Toiletries (what you need in the morning) and towels
Warm clothes (expect mornings to be about 45º)
- Mostly long pants – jeans
- 1 pair of shorts
- Extra pair of socks
Plastic bag (for wet clothes)
Swim Suit (After April 1)
WHAT NOT TO BRING TO CAMP:
Electronics such as radios, video games, MP3 players (OK on bus – turned in before camp)
skateboards, etc. Any form of weaponry, cigarettes or alcohol.
You need a lunch for Monday – everything gets thrown away after you eat.
NO FOOD IN CAMP (attracts bugs/critters)
Normal school arrival time on Monday. Bags are left outside rooms 2-3-4. (Ms Mitchell; Mrs Sims; Mrs Lewis)
Go to homeroom
Don’t go to 1st period. Meet in quad in front of room 2.
-- Use the facilities (go to bathroom)
The following are optional:
Group picture: $12 (Cash - exact amount only to Mr. Hansen)
T-Shirts (take $ to camp)
Money for gift store
Quarters for pay phone
If you take meds; don’t forget meds in baggie with yellow form
Cell phones are encouraged for calling you on Friday (arrival time updates)
-- Also used to take pictures; Will be kept by teacher or chaperone at other times.