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6th and 7th Grade Camp
Friday, November 1, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - Sunday, November 3, 2019 @ 12:30 pm
IT’S ALMOST TIME FOR CAMP!
Our 6th and 7th Graders spend an amazing weekend in the mountains at their weekend retreat! We’re excited to be going back to Camp Mountain Chai in Angelus Oaks. The weather is predicted to have highs in the 60’s and lows in the 20’s…. so please dress appropriately and prepare to layer up. The recommended packing list for the weekend is below and includes all suggested items to pack to be ready for the weekend!
Drop off on Friday will begin at 11:30am – to avoid as much traffic as possible, the bus will be pulling out of the parking lot at 12:00 PM — so please be at the CBI parking lot in front of the grand staircase on time. Lunch will not be provided on the way up, however campers can eat on the bus if they choose. (Please remember that there is a no nut policy in regards to what they eat.) Additionally, Nurse Jenna will be at the check-in table to collect any medications.
If your child is not going to camp, there will be no school on Sunday and you will receive an email regarding an activity that should be completed and turned in the following Sunday.
Suggested Packing List… What should I bring to camp?
Bedding (pillows, bed linens or sleeping bags)
Close toed shoes (i.e. sneakers); we do not recommend flip flops for walking around camp or hiking. Sandals are not allowed for climbing the climbing tower.
Clothes for the weekend:
bring some warm clothes as we are expecting temperatures as low as 28 degrees.
Optional items you might like to have with you:
Sunglasses and Hat; sun can be intense up in the mountains
Flip flops for the shower
Sports/Game equipment (camp has a variety also),
card games, books, things to do in your lodge
Guitar or other sing-a-long instruments if you play one
Extra plastic bags
Personal First Aid Kit (Beth Israel will bring a well-equipped first aid kit for all)
What should I NOT bring to camp?
Cell Phones; If you would like your child to have their cellphone to contact you when they get back to the synagogue, we will be happy to safely lock it up for the weekend.
Handheld Gaming Devices (Nintendo Switch, Gameboy, PSP, etc.)
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What kind of supervision will there be?
A: Each cabin will have at least one senior staff member as well as at least 2 Madrichim
Q: What if my child gets sick?
A: We have a staff nurse on duty 24 hours a day. Please make sure that you alert the nurse of your child’s needs by filling it out on the registration form. The nurse will be available before we leave if you have any questions or concerns.
Q: Who is the emergency contact for the weekend?
A: If there is a family emergency please contact Josh Minzer, Director of Youth and Camp Programs at (480) 309-4888. Sometimes cell service is limited at camp but the voicemail will be checked on a regular basis.