Lunch meeting3v2


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Notes from the Yosemite Lunch Meeting on January 10. Topics: Payment, Med Forms, Behavior Expectations and Consequences.

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Lunch meeting3v2

  1. 1. Yosemite Lunch Meeting 1-10-13 Behavior Expectations and Consequences Water Bottles Presented by Mrs. Enright and Mrs. Butler and Mr. Stachon
  2. 2. Water Bottles  Ifyou have purchased bottles, please see Mr. Esparza.  We have a few additional bottles for sale $10/ea
  3. 3. Medical Form Packet(Golden)  Keep the packet together  If you don’t need the form, place a X on the prescription form.  If you will not take OTC’s then mark NO on all entries and sign.
  4. 4. Sports Basement Events  There will be two event days where they have equipment recommendations out.  10% off items any time just mention you are from CUSD Yosemite Trip. 20% off until the 1st big snow fall!  Jan 12 and 13 and Feb 9 and 10
  5. 5. Behavior Expectations  You and your parents signed a Behavior Contract. (salmon form)  You can review another copy if you need to review the rules carefully before you leave – Handouts and Forms Page  You are responsible for following all these expectations at all times.
  6. 6. Reasons for Proper Behavior  You represent – Yourself – Your family – The school – The district  We are guests to the Park and to the Yosemite Institute and we want to come back year after year.  We want you to be safe and have fun at the same time.
  7. 7. Some Highlights  Do not endanger yourself or others in any way.  Never leave camp alone for any reason.  Always move from place to place in the park with a buddy.
  8. 8. More Highlights  You are NOT allowed in any cabin/room except your own.  NO FOOD in your cabin at ANY Time.  Obey the Bear Box Rules  Be on time and ready when asked. – You have an assigned eating time and an assigned evening program time  NO Cell phones and other electronics (see list for exceptions.)
  9. 9. More Highlights  Respect everyone in the park especially adults, park rangers, park staff. (Use respectful language at all times.) – Say and write things that would be appropriate for your teachers, your principal and your parents. – Be kind, help others – Take the high-road. – Make wise choices.
  10. 10. More Highlights  Follow the trail instructions from your NatureBridge. Leader – Hike in single file – Stay on the trail – Participate fully
  11. 11. Consequences  Your parents signed an agreement to pick you up if you are not following the behavior contract. – This will be a very long four-hour ride home. – Your parents will lose all the money they spent on you for this trip. – You won’t be able to enjoy the rest of the trip with your friends.
  12. 12. More on Consequences  There are NO second chances.  This is NOT the time to test the rules.  WE HAVE sent students home before for not following the rules.  All disallowed electronics (even if turned off) will be confiscated and returned when we return to school. – This means you may not get your cell phone back until a few days after we return from the trip.
  13. 13. Final Payment due by today  $Check payable to Cupertino Middle School  Student first and last name on the bottom.  If you are on the wait list, we won’t deposit yet.  Deliver to room 3, Mrs. Enright ONLY
  14. 14. Next Week’s topics  Typical Day at Camp  Equipment Borrowing