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Camp Seymour April 20-23, 2010

Camp Seymour April 20-23, 2010

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Camp Seymour April 20-23, 2010

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  1. Camp SeymourApril 20-23, 2010

  2. 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.

  3. 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

  4. Possible Classes: • Reptiles • Squid Dissection • Cooperation • Orienteering • Ornithology • Marine Biology • Canoeing • Living Machine

  5. Glen Cove

  6. Cabins

  7. Powell Marine Science Center

  8. High Tide

  9. Low Tide

  10. The Living Machine

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

  12. Bouldering at the Climbing Wall

  13. The Dining Hall

  14. Cooperation

  15. Campfire

  16. 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.

  17. 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

  18. 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.

  19. 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)

  20. 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!!