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Where Learning Takes Root James Roberson, Specialist Environmental Education
Sleeping Quarters Bring the following: Pillow Sheets and blanket or sleeping bag
A few important questions: When are we going? What do I bring? How do I pack? What do I do with my things when I arrive at school? Can I bring my medicine? Do I need to bring any money? Are there things I cant bring to Camp Schmidt?
Are there things that I cant bring to Camp Schmidt? Yes! Do not bring any electronic devices.
Activity One: Dropping in on Deer Students will conduct a deer survey by sampling in a field and the forest. By doing this students will find the total deer population at Camp Schmidt.
Students are taught to us a compass then traverse a course through Camp Schmidt property.
Students find the age and height of trees.
Team Building as an Evening Activity Team Building will challenge students to work together to problem solve.
Challenge yourself to traverse the cat walk, cross the tire swing and fly down the zip line.
**We only stock Adult sizes Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, and XX-Large. ** **Tee Shirts are $10.** Please Note- Childrens sizes are NOT available! Please bring money in an envelope marked with students and teachers name and size requested or teachers may choose to collect the money back at school prior to the trip.
Reminders Bring Bedding Appropriate Clothing –NO Shorts –Winter or rain gear depending on forecast –Nothing that cant become DIRTY Bag Lunch for first meal after arrival at Camp Schmidt Leave electronics at home Throw away cameras are acceptable at Camp Schmidt