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Fri., May 14th from 1:30 to 7PM

Camp Packs to in-person students will be handed out in class on Tuesday, May 11th. 

Camp Packs for remote students will be available for pick-up at school on  Wed., May 12th. 

Students should wear Camp Shirts on May 14th.

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SCHEDULE

1:30 pm:   Students log onto your teacher’s zoom for camp check-in.

1:35 pm - 5:30 pm: Campers will travel with their class to virtually visit different areas -- ocean, forest, mountain and lake campsites -- to complete fun and learning activities. Teachers will share a schedule with students before camp.

Some of the activities include: visiting with a National Park Ranger to learn more about Mt. Rainier, learning how to use a compass, making an edible fire, learning about ocean acidification, virtual kayaking, creating a cascade volcanoes mobile, participating in a campfire sing-a-long, and beating a mini-escape room.

5:30 pm – 6:30 pm: Dinner break. Set an alarm to return to the campfire zoom at 6:30 pm.

6:30 pm – 7 pm: Our camp day ends with s’mores and a camp story with Principal Keegan. Then, we’ll put on our glow glasses and work off the sugar with a short dance party.

 

FOOD ITEMS

These items are in the Camp Pack. Please check ingredients in case you would like to make substitutions at home.

Edible Fire: Heart-shaped Cheerios represent the starter; Red M&M chicklets represent a small fire; Veggie sticks represent kindling; pretzels represent small sticks; dried mandarins and dried cranberries represent a larger fire; and mini Twix and Kit Kats represent logs.

S'mores: Graham crackers, Dandies Vegan Marshmallows, and Hershey's Chocolate bar

 

EAGLE CAMP LINKS

How to build a Fire: https://smokeybear.com/en/prevention-how-tos/campfire-safety/how-to-build-your-campfire 

 

WEEKEND CHALLENGES

The weekend challenges are your opportunities to win prizes (and continue your learning). No purchase is required to participate, but only 5th graders are eligible for prizes.

Each time you complete a challenge, your name is entered into the prize database. Winning names will be plucked from the list, at random, by a computer program. The more times your name appears, the better chance you have of winning! You have 2 weekends to complete challenges.

Prize winners will be picked Tues., May 18th & Tues., May 25th

Need to reprint the Challenge Worksheets? Click here.

View prizes, here.

 

QR links on the challenge pages:

Challenge #1:

 

Challenge #2:

  

Challenge #3:

 

Challenge #4

 

Challenge #5

 

Challenge #6

 

Challenge #7:

Learn how to identify the trees of the PNW: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UKSpkyeQWq0

 

Did you know cornhole is a televised sport? Here's how to play.

How to play cornhole (adapt it for tabletop cornhole): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X4jD8k5aTGI

 


This virtual camp wasn't possible without your support. Thank you!

Additionally, several families donated items, extra funds, and their time to this event.
We'd like to extend a special thanks to:

The Gonzales Family, The Winkler-Kokoskin Family, Brennon Lee, The Neubauer Family, The Karnam-Chinmilli Family, The Aber Family, The Cheung-Tsai Family,The Dhole Family, The Iyer Family, The Kaur-Vij Family, The Kluszewska Family, The Palma-Gutierrez Family, The Scott-Winkler Family, and The Subramaniam-Pujari Family

Plus, many thanks to Trader Joe's, 490 228th Ave NE, Sammamish, WA 98074, 
for providing paper bags and items for the edible fire activity in the Camp Pack!

Discovery PTSA 2.6.9 is a 501(c)(3) Non-Profit Organization

Tax ID # 94-3152614

The mission of the Discovery PTSA is to advocate, support and enrich our students with educational programs and community building activities in partnership with teachers, staff, parents and the local community.

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