Cub Scout Day Camp Adult Leader Orientation National Pike District

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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Adult Leader Orientation National Pike District
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation2 Why are we here? Cub Scout Day Camp Howard County Fairgrounds Sunday 18 June Saturday 24 June 7:30 AM 4:00 PM
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation3 Orientation Schedule Opening Ceremony 9:00 Adult Leader Orientation I Who 9:05 9:10 Adult Leader Orientation II When & Where 9:10 9:35 Q&A, Quiz and Break 9:35 9:50 Adult Leader Orientation III What 9:50 10:15 Q&A, Quiz and Break 10:15 10:30 Adult Leader Orientation IVHow & Why 10:30 10:55 Q&A, Quiz and Break 10:55 11:10 Adult Leader Orientation VMore How & Why11:10 11:35 Q&A 11:35 11:50 Herding Boys11:50 12:00 Closing12:00 Camp TourAfter Closing
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation4 Want to finish more quickly and go home? Please write down your questions. We will answer them during the Q&A.
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation5 Adult Leader Orientation I Who Staff Plans and runs Activity Stations Den Leaders Any adult in a Day Camp Den Station Volunteers Helping hands at Activity Stations Youth Corps Volunteers Non-adult volunteers at Camp Cub Scouts Why were here Jr. Campers From the Corral to the A/C
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation6 Day Camp Volunteer Staff and Station Leaders Roger Demaree, Marty Hays, Brian GingrasArchery Alan Vecchiarello, Geoffrey MacdonaldBBs Ed ZieglerFingerburning Jack ButlerScout Skills Don CampbellScience Nisa Popper Showman Trisha BellSports Barbara Mansfield Water Games Evelyn Mogren Whittling Steve Thomas, Wrist Rockets Dr. Jim Milman, Regina McGuireHealth & Safety Steve Lee, Frank Dwyer Physical Plant Carol KnisterAdministration Todd CoffeltProgram Director Sean EubanksDirector
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation7 Staff Reporting Sign in at Admin no later than 7:30 AM Staff? Anyone planning and running a Station or holding an Admin position Polo Shirts Camp Admin? Where is that? Where the coffee is! Morning Staff Meeting at 7:40 at Admin Daily news & alerts Radios
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation8 Den Leader & Volunteer Reporting Report to your Den or Station no later than 7:40 AM each morning Den Area? Station? Why so early? Morning Den Leader Meeting will be held at 7:45 AM Send one person from your Tribe Appoint another adult to sign in and watch your kids Report back to the other Den Leaders Daily Themes, News and Alerts Special Events
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation9 Youth Corps Volunteer Reporting Monday morning only! Orientation meeting Report to the Youth Corps area Get assigned to a Patrol Elect a Patrol Leader Fill the Duty Roster Tuesday through Friday Sign in at your Patrol area no later than 7:55 Report to your Supervisor at your Station or Den With a buddy Buddy?
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation10 Camp Map
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation11 Parking Arrangements Staff & 5 Day Den Leaders Parking across the street from Admin and uphill of the Snack Bar
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation12 Parking Arrangements Non Staff Volunteers, Non Den Leaders, &Visitors Parking for Adult Leaders and Scouts is on the hill outside of the Rear Gate
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation13 Morning Check In Park in the appropriate area Walk to Main Exhibition Hall SIGN IN Jr. Campers to an adult at the Corral SIGN IN Cub Scouts to an adult at their Den Take Medicines to Health Station at Admin SIGN IN yourself at your Den or Station DO NOT leave kids unattended SEND your Youth Corps Volunteers to their Patrol area They SIGN IN themselves They report to their Assignment Supervisor
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation14 Contact Information CAMP LATE OR ABSENTEE HOTLINE 443-285-9387
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation15 Additional Contact Info Camp Director: Sean Eubanks443-285-9387 Program Director: Todd Coffelt443-285-9387 Health & Safety Officers: Regina McGuire443-285-9387 (During Camp) Dr. Milman
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation16 Q&A, Quiz& Break Answers about material just covered A brief quiz A 5 minute break
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation17 What Cub Scouts & Junior Campers Should Bring Backpack or book bag containing: Sunscreen SPF 30 minimum Extra Pair of Socks Food that does not need refrigeration. Morning Snack Lunch in appropriate bag with name on it Drinks Recyclable plastic bottles (for lunch only) or Juice Cartons unopened No sodas, carbonated or caffeinated drinks for kids NO GLASS BOTTLES AND NO RESEALABLE WATER BOTTLES!
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation18 What Cub Scouts & Junior Campers Should Wear SUNSCREEN! Hat Day Camp Supplied or Alternate Name Tag/ Bead Badge (supplied by camp) Day Camp Uniform Shirt or Class A uniform Shorts or swim trunks Old Closed Toe Shoes No sandals, Swim Shoes or closed toe sandals They will get very wet and dirty
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation19 Optional Items for Camp Sit upons/ blankets/ cushions for Den area Moist Towelettes At Least 3 per day Poncho/Raincoat Insect Repellant Minimal money for Trading Post (less than $2.00)
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation20 Items Forbidden at Camp Knives Scouts will lose a corner of their Whittlin Chip if they have one Weapons Flammable materials Alcohol or drugs Electronic devices Games (PSPs, Gameboys, etc.) Music players (Radios, iPods, CD Players, etc.) Communications (Cell phones, Treos, or other IM devices) Resealable water containers (water bottles, camelbacks, etc) Camp Chairs for boys in Dens Books, magazines, newspapers (except during lunch) Bad Attitudes
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation21 What Adults & Youth Corps Should Wear SUNSCREEN! Hat Day Camp hat or Alternate Name Tag (supplied by camp) Day Camp Uniform Shirt or Class A uniform Shorts or swim trunks Old Closed Toe Shoes No sandals, Swim Shoes or closed toe sandals They will get very wet and dirty NOTE: Please dress modestly and appropriately
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation22 What Adults Should Bring or Contribute Ask your Scouts parents to contribute these items: Wagon Blankets, rugs or cushions to sit upon on floor Cooler (for lunches/drinks) Folding Chairs for Adult Leaders (boys sit on the floor) NOTE: No chairs for boys!! Miscellaneous: pencils, permanent marker, paper No noisemakers, musical instruments, etc.!! Things to decorate flag Cardboard/Construction Paper for Crafts Glue, Scissors, colored pencils, color string, etc.
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation23 Den Area Gathering Space in morning Scouts signed in to an adult here Sign in sheets turned in at Opening Ceremonies Gathering Space for Lunch Leave food and drinks here in cooler Gathering Space in the afternoon Scouts signed out only to approved adults Sign out sheets and unclaimed Scouts sent to Admin after 4:00 PM Holds your Den Box Hats, name tags and Lore Cards stay in box at the end of each day. Side by Side with Members of your Tribe Introduce yourself and ask these folks for help when needed.
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation24 Den Box contains Administrative Stuff Clipboard Den Roster Den Daily Schedule Sign In Sheet Sign out sheets Distributed Daily Special Information Sheets Pencils Paper Activity Books Name Tags Den Flag Material Poles and Rings
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation25 Den Flag Day Camp provides a flag Den must decorate flag and add den number Incorporate fantasy theme Should include your Tribe and Den name and Boys names Look around for materials that you can use to decorate the den flag Ask parents to contribute scrap fabric, pens, markers, etc.
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation26 Adult Leader Responsibilities YOUR JOB: Set A GOOD EXAMPLE Smile Be Courteous Supervise the Boys in your den Help at every station Provide a good example for your boys in your den Ensure appropriate supervision for boys throughout the day Help the boys figure out riddles and scavenger hunts YOUR GOAL: Provide a safe and fun experience for all of the boys at Camp
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation27 Adult Leaders Need To Set a GOOD EXAMPLE Attend the Morning Meeting Know the days theme and Special Activities Info provided at Morning Gathering each day Info provided in daily schedule Review Den information each morning Control their Den by themselves or with the aid of Staff and Station Managers
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  • Cub Scout Day Camp Orientation28 Adult Leader Responsibilities Please accomplish the following every day: HAVE FUN WITH YOUR DEN OF BOYS Make sure boys are signed in each morning by an adult Turn in the sheet EVERY DAY at Opening Ceremonies Make sure all boys are signed out ONLY to someone approved to pick them up. Your sign out sheet will list approved persons Anyone not on the list must be sent to Admin TURN IN your sign out sheet to admin before you leave Camp with a buddy with their buddyMake sure boys go everywhere with a buddy AND that they return with their buddy anytime they are away from your Den.
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