Good Afternoon Everyone,
Thank you to all the parents that made it to this morning’s meeting with Abbey, Camp Stevens representative. A few questions came up and I wanted to share the information with all of you. Below you will find the list of items to bring and not bring to camp. This list was handed to you at our first report card meeting, but just in case you need it again here’s the post:
Pajamas, Warm jacket or equivalent, Sweater, Chapstick, Changes of socks, Raincoat or poncho, Gloves, Shampoo, Changes of underwear, Hat or Cap, Soap, towel, washcloth, Jeans/ long pants, Comb and/or brush, Toothbrush, toothpaste, Shirts/T-shirts, Sleeping bag, Pillow, 2 pairs of shoes (old, but good for hiking), Reusable water bottle (please no recyclable plastic bottles), Flashlight w/extra batteries, Notebook and pen/pencil, small backpack (to carry things on hikes), Insect repellent (non-aerosol), Sunscreen
Optional – Stationery and stamps, camera and film, binoculars, a good book.
Since the weather varies from day to day, you should be prepared for all conditions (it can snow from November to May – & it will probably get pretty cold). Old clothing is a must since we will be participating in many activities in the out-of- doors. Please label everything with your child’s name including their water bottles and cameras, so nothing can get lost; we are not responsible for lost items.
DO NOT BRING
Hair driers, radios or other electric appliances, electronic games, cell phones, pagers, video cameras or food and candy (the food is excellent & we have all the fresh fruit you could possibly desire).
Please be sure to complete the MEDICAL HISTORY AND CONSENT TO TREATMENT form.
Parent or guardian’s signature is required.
I will be collecting all the medical forms from now on to a week prior to camp. There’s a section where it asks for a social security number, you do not need to give it to me.
I will keep you posted of any more updates as the day approaches. Invoices were given out today, make sure you give your money to Mrs. Huelskamp. She’s the one that takes care of paying the camp.
Feel free to e-mail me with any other questions that you may have.