• 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

    Small flashlight

    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

    • Shampoo
    • Deodorant
    • Toothpaste/Toothbrush
    • Brush/comb

    Warm hoodie/jacket

    Warm clothes (expect mornings to be about 45º)

    • Mostly long pants – jeans
    • 1 pair of shorts
    • T-shirts
    • Extra pair of socks

    Plastic bag (for wet clothes)

    Swim Suit (After April 1)

    Camera

     

    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.

Last Modified on March 26, 2018