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Lake Carlos Environmental Camp May 19, 20, and 21 2010 Environmental Learning Where are We Going? Alexandria, Minnesota About an hour NW of St. Cloud on the I-94 Who is Going? 6-7th Graders from CCS Blaine and adults What are our Goals?

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Lake Carlos

Environmental Camp

May 19, 20, and 21


where are we going
Where are We Going?



About an hour NW of St. Cloud on the I-94

who is going
Who is Going?
  • 6-7th Graders from CCS Blaine



what are our goals
What are our Goals?
  • increase appreciation for, understanding of, and worship to God, the Creator.
  • become more aware of the workings of creation in the spring months.
  • become more aware of their responsibility as stewards of creation.
  • cooperate in learning new skills and subject matter.
  • cooperate in living arrangements and responsibilities.
what are our goals6
What are our Goals?
  • recognize, appreciate, and tolerate people's individual differences.
  • reflect on their own individual skills, abilities, and personalities in a quiet setting.
  • experience a more simplified lifestyle.
  • integrate ideas learned in many areas of education.
  • develop mentally, physically, socially, emotionally, and spiritually.
what are our expectations
What are our Expectations?
  • To ensure a positive experience we put a major emphasis on the care and respect for
    • Self
    • Others
    • Facilities and equipment
    • Creation
    • God
what are our expectations8
What are our Expectations?
  • CCS dress code and behavior guidelines as outlined in the CCS handbook still apply.
  • Any major violations of CCS rules will result in the parents picking up their child to take home at their own expense.
  • All students are required to complete the journaling assignments that coincide with the various lessons they attend.
what should the students bring
What should the students bring?
  • Review the packing list
what should they not bring
What should they not bring?
  • Radios, electronic games, iPod, cell phone, or other electronic devices
  • gum, candy, snacks, pop
  • matches or lighters
  • hair dryers and curling irons
what about medications
What about medications?
  • Please complete the required medical form(s)
  • Maygann will be responsible for administering medications
  • contact Maygann or Lois Marra if questions
  • Send medications and or the information before the morning of the trip.
  • Please label all medications with:
    • Child's name
    • Name of medication
    • Reason for taking
    • Dosage and time to be given
what about medications12
What about medications?
  • Mark if medication should be refrigerated.
  • Non-routine medication: please note symptoms or indications for use.
  • Medications will be kept and dispensed by Mrs. McCarthy-Vogel or an adult in the student's cabin.
  • Vitamins and Tylenol, for example should not be kept by students.
  • Students will carry their inhalers, but you will send the information for them.
what will the schedule be
What will the schedule be?
  • 7:30 a.m. Wake up.
  • 8:30 a.m. Breakfast.
  • 9:15-12:00 a.m. Study Sessions
  • 12:15 Noon Lunch
  • 1:00-4:30 p.m. Study Sessions
  • 4:30-5:30 p.m. Recreation.
  • 5:30 p.m. Dinner
  • 7:00-9:00 p.m. Evening Program and Devotions
  • 9:30 p.m. Snacks in the dining hall
  • 10:00 p.m. Cabin Time (10:30 - LIGHTS OUT!)
what classes are they taking
What Classes are they taking?

7th Grade

  • Survival/Outdoor Cooking
  • Challenge courses
  • Orienteering
  • Pioneer Challenge
  • Archery
  • Papermaking
  • Renewable or Not?
what classes are they taking16
What Classes are they taking?
  • 6th Grade
    • Bird Buffet
    • Water Canaries
    • Herps
    • A Grave Mistake
    • Tracking/Wildlife Scent
    • Tree ID
    • Fallen Log
    • How Many Bears
what classes are they taking17
What classes are they taking?
  • Night Activities
    • Campfire
    • Alpha Wolf
    • Talons in the Twilight
    • Night Hike
    • EcoDrama
    • Astronomy