Intermediate Inquirers

The Intermediate Pod is very excited for their outdoor education experience and the relationships that will be built and strengthened during the week. A packing list went home last week, but you will find it here again for easy access while you are preparing those last few items! Please remember to bring a disposable sack lunch for Monday only. All other food is provided throughout the week. Arrival and dismissal times will be as normal. See you on Monday!


What to Bring!


PLEASE MAKE SURE your child has adequate cold-weather clothing, including thick, warm socks, long underwear, and sweaters. OUR CLASSES GO ON, RAIN OR SHINE!



Make sure your child can carry his/her own bags. Please limit luggage to one suitcase, backpack, or duffel bag, plus one sleeping bag or bedroll. No trunks! A heavy-duty trash can liner can be used instead of a suitcase. Avoid sending unnecessary items.


Lunch for the first day

Sneakers or hiking shoes

Extra pair of sturdy walking shoes

Warm jacket Sweater and/or sweatshirt

Long underwear

T-shirts or other light shirts

Daily change of underwear

Daily change of warm, thick socks

3 pairs of long pants

1 pair of shorts (in warm weather)

Warm pajamas

Slippers (our lodges have a no-shoe policy)

Hat and gloves

Plastic bag for dirty clothes

Raingear- if available*

Sleeping bag or bedroll

Pillow

Toothbrush and toothpaste

Bath towel, hand towel, soap, and shampoo

Brush or comb

Backpack

Water bottle


What Not to Bring!


Money

New clothes or shoes that can’t get dirty

Sandals or open-toed shoes

Radios, CD or tape players, electronic games

Knives, other sharp items, weapons

Matches or fireworks

Chewing gum, candy, food (other than lunch on the first day)

Jewelry or valuables

Hair dryers, curling irons, or other electric appliances

Cell phones, iPods, or other personal electronic devices

Medicines (for children) that have not been turned over to the teachers for safe keeping AEROSOL SPRAYS (examples: deodorants, fragrances, sunscreens, bug sprays)

 From the forest to the classroom.

From the forest to the classroom.

 “I have learned that to be with those that I like is enough.” Walt Whitman

“I have learned that to be with those that I like is enough.” Walt Whitman