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Dates for this years 5th Grade Science Camp:

Nov 8 fundraiser - drop of your kids for a 2 hr movie and snacks $25

Nov 15th - Dec 10 Mrs. Fields Cookie Fundraiser (cookies will arrive week of Jan 13th)

Science Camp is: February 18 - 21, 2020

Packing List PDF

Parent/Guardian Packet PDF

Welcome to WOLF School Video from info night.

If you would like to be a Chaperone, please contact your students classroom teacher and be sure to get Ms. Diamonds signature before bringing any of the paperwork to the district office.

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Science Camp Info

Last Update 03/15/20

When I ask my 5th and 6th graders what their favorite memory was, almost all answer "Science Camp!". Yes, some students are nervous before the trip, and some are briefly homesick, but they have a great time and learn a lot. Its a fantastic opportunity for your child.

Fundraising Opportunities:

March 6 - TBD See's Lollypop Fundraiser - Dates are Changed due to school closure.

For all current 4th grade (next fall's 5th graders) 50% of money will go directly to students individual accounts. Turn in your orders and money to Ms Johnson in Rm 6 (or your teacher) on or before the first Friday after school resumes. You should get your Lollypop's about two weeks later.

(next fall)

Next Fall we hope to have another Parent Night Fundraiser - Drop off your children for movies, games and snacks. Families who pre-register and pay by Nov 6th will be automatically entered into a Rock-N-Jump raffle basket. $25 pre-sale, $30 at the door. Ages 1+ welcome. Supervision will be provided by 5th grade parent supervisors. Your child will bring home information in their Friday folder or you can PRE-REGISTER HERE.

Nov - Dec 2020 we hope to have another Mrs. Fields Cookie Fundraiser (cookies will arrive week of Jan 13th). Information will be sent out in the Friday folders on November 15th. 40% of all sales go to your students individual account. Make checks payable to FUSD or Fremont Unified School District. Please return both the yellow and white forms to Azevada Elementary by December 10th.

 

FAQ and Tips

  • The entire facility is completely nut free.
  • They can accommodate any dietary restrictions if you let them know in advance
  • Food is not allowed in the cabins (due to mice); however, special dietary food can be kept in the main kitchen if necessary.
  • You will bring a nut free lunch for the first day of camp.
  • All participants sleep indoors in either the "lodge" or "cabins".
  • Regular indoor bathrooms.
  • Everyone must take at least one shower. Showers are in individual shower stalls with shower curtains for privacy.
  • NO electronics, this includes phones, hairdryers, anything that plugs in or uses batteries. You should bring a flashlight.
  • If you want to take pictures a cheap disposable camera is recommended.
  • Do Not bring your super special fancy new clothes - they will probably get muddy.
  • Do bring an extra pair of shoes if you have them - bring extra socks.
  • Bring an extra garbage bag to pack out wet clothes.
  • After camp you can go home early if your parents sign you out at the office, or you can stay for the rest of the school day.