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Camp Seymour April 20-23, 2010. Outdoor and Environmental Education Goals:. To foster an awareness of the natural world To increase knowledge of ecological concepts Understand relationships between students and the natural world To strengthen social relationships

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Camp SeymourApril 20-23, 2010


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Outdoor and Environmental Education Goals:

  • To foster an awareness of the natural world

  • To increase knowledge of ecological concepts

  • Understand relationships between students and the natural world

  • To strengthen social relationships

  • To support students in reaching the Washington State Essential Learning Standards.


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Goals Continued:

  • To promote growth and self confidence

  • To increase understanding of the effect and consequences of choices

  • To increase students enjoyment of and comfort in the outdoors

  • To foster the YMCA (and Carson) values of Responsibility, Caring, Respect, Service, Honesty and Forgiveness


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Possible Classes:

  • Reptiles

  • Squid Dissection

  • Cooperation

  • Orienteering

  • Ornithology

  • Marine Biology

  • Canoeing

  • Living Machine








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Recreation TimeArts and Crafts Bouldering Touch Tanks Reptiles Archery Boating Ball Courts Relaxation






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Outdoor Ed Fact Sheet

  • Dates: April 20,21, 22 and 23

  • Cost: approximately $200.00 per student

    • If you are interested in donating funds to support other students financially, please contact your child’s sixth grade teacher.

    • Half scholarships are available. Please talk to your child’s teacher.

    • Fundraiser will significantly reduce the amount per child.

    • Due in March.


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Cost

  • $200 per student (lower projected if we have a fund raiser)

    • Four days of instruction by teachers from Carson and YMCA

    • Nine meals

    • Three nights in heated cabins

    • Evening activities

    • 14 chaperones (chaperones don’t pay)

    • Transportation to and from camp


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Fundraising

  • Cookie Dough

    • Students will sell 3 pound tubs for $12/each

    • Goal is to have each sixth grade student sell 13 tubs each (to guarantee the $150 cost/student goal).

    • Sale begins Friday, October 9th, ends Wednesday, November 4th.

    • Students will receive an order form and money collection envelope.

    • Cookie dough will arrive the second week of December 7-11th. Students will need to pick up and distribute their orders on the day it arrives.

    • Parent volunteers will be needed to help count orders/money and distribute cookie dough.


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Chaperones

  • Miss Cameron, Miss Kauppila and Mr. Sams

  • Appearances by Miss Cronin (and other staff members?)

  • Parents

    • Must be able to commit to dates

    • Fill out interest forms

      (due Wednesday, November 4th)


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Other Volunteer Opportunities

  • Form going home on Friday, Oct 9th!!

    • Cookie dough distribution

    • Cookie dough order processing

    • Check-in/Send-off (day of camp)

    • Provide treats

  • Please help if you can, it benefits all of the sixth grade kids!!


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