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1 Cub & Webelos Resident STEM Camp Guide 2016 Wednesday, July 6 Saturday, July 9, 2016 STEM Camp: The Boy Scouts of America's NOVA Awards program incorporates learning with cool activities and exposure to science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The hope is that the requirements and activities for earning these awards stimulates interest in STEM related fields and shows how science, technology, engineering and mathematics apply to everyday living and the world around them. Nova awards are based on accomplishment of existing program activities such as belt loops and academic pins. Counselors and mentors help bring this engaging, contemporary, and fun program to life for youth members. Who can attend: Cub Scouts of any age may attend. Tigers, Wolves, and Bears must have one adult partner per scout. Webelos may have one adult per three Webelos Scouts. Cost: $70 per youth and $30 per adult The cost covers meals, program materials, and a patch. Leadership While at Camp: Adult partners need to be with their Tiger, Wolf, and Bear rank cub scouts at all times. The Webelos Scout ratio to adult needs to be arranged prior to camp with leadership within the Pack. The ratio for Webelos is

2 three scouts to one adult. Remember the buddy system. Youth protection guidelines apply at all times. Registered adult leaders are required to complete Youth Protection every two years. The camp staff strongly recommends all adults attending camp to complete the online training, so youth protection guidelines are followed by everyone Basic Campsite Information: Scouts and parents will be assigned to a campsite. There are tents, adirondacks, and a bathhouse with running water and toilets at every camp site. Each camp site has a fire ring, shelter, and picnic tables with an overhead light. In order to maximize sleeping capacity, adirondacks are for youth use only. Campsites housing multiple units are asked to share the adirondacks equally. All Scouts are encouraged to sleep in the adirondacks. The adirondacks have electricity and bunk beds. Fans and a small lamp are allowed, however, we ask that not every scout bring their own fan and lamp. Due to safety, extension cords and power stripes are prohibited. Adults should plan to use the wall tents. The wall tents have two cots for two adults, or a personal tent may be used. Campsite Equipment: Fire buckets, brooms, trash bags, and toilet paper can be requested from the dining hall, as needed. Shower and restroom facilities: There are two facilities for showering. One is located in the upper campsites and the other is near the dining hall and trading post. There are separate showers and restrooms for youth and adults.

3 HYDRATION!! It is very important to stay hydrated while at camp, encourage Scouts to drink water throughout the day and at meals. Water will be provided at all program areas. Please bring a refillable water bottle. You may want to bring a water cooler for your campsite. Health & Safety A health lodge, manned 24 hours a day, is located at camp and staffed with individuals trained to handle minor accidents and illnesses. Arrangements have been made with physicians near camp for treatment of more severe cases. National Camp Standards require that an Annual Health and Medical Form be completed and a copy given to the health lodge when checking in to camp by both youth and adult participants. Only part A and B needs to be completed for Cub Scout resident camp. Health Form link: Trips to the hospital or doctor: It is the responsibility of the unit leader and/or parent to provide transportation for unit members requiring attention from a doctor or hospital, all Youth Protection guidelines must be followed At least one adult leader and/or parent will accompany the Scout requiring services and is asked to carry insurance forms for completion and to obtain the Scout s health history form the health officer before leaving camp Parents or guardians will be notified immediately by the health officer of any serious injury or illness. Directions to doctors and hospitals are available at the Health Lodge The camp health officer must clear all cases requiring outside medical attention Medications All medication needs to be in its original container upon arrival at camp The Health officer will make a determination on whether or not medicine needs to be secured in the health lodge, assistance will be provided as needed Medication needs to be secured at all times if left with the parent. Insurance

4 The Unit Accident and Sickness plan must be in force at the time you attend camp, it covers your registered Scouts and Leaders attending Leaders and parent staying need to complete a medical form In the event of a claim, the participant s insurance is primary and the unit or camp insurance is secondary All out of council units will be asked to present proof of unit and/or council insurance during check in SUNDAY ARRIVAL Arrival at camp should be no earlier than 1:00pm, upon your arrival please check in at the main parking lot. Check in will be 1PM 3PM. Check in with health forms before unloading gear. After check in unload and place your gear in your assigned area to be transported to your campsite. Pack a day pack with: Health form A & B for Scouts, leaders, and/or parents Wear or bring swim trunks/towel for swim test sunscreen Reusable water bottle Clothing/Bedding Scout Class A uniform Scout Handbook Sweater or jacket Notebook Paper Swimsuit/towel Pens & Pencil Sturdy pants T shirts (2 minimum) Shorts Socks Sturdy closed toe shoes Underwear Raingear Other Water Cooler Camera Flashlight Pocket knife**only if the Scout has earned his Whittling Chip and is a Bear or Webelos Sleeping bag Spending money ($50 suggestion) Pillow Personal First Aid kit Mosquito net Sunglasses Reusable water bottle Clothes line Alarm clock Daypack Tent *optional Fishing gear *optional Ground Cloth *optional Toiletries Washcloth Toothpaste Toothbrush Soap Shower shoes Deodorant Towel Comb/brush Sunscreen LEAVE THESE AT HOME Large, fixed blade sheath knives Fireworks Bicycles Firearms & Ammunition Radios, ipods, Computers Electronic games Scout cell phones Open toe shoes

5 Wednesday schedule, July 6, :00 3:00 pm Check in at Camp Office/ Den Chief Orientation 1:30 4:00 pm Swim Test / Camp Site Set up 4:15 5:15 pm Lab Team Meet n Greet with Assigned Den Chief 5:15 5:35 pm Clean up for dinner/ Class A uniform 6:00 pm Flag Lowering/announcements 6:15 pm Dinner 7:00 8:15 pm Marshmallow Catapults & Engineering / Levers working lecture 8:30 pm Assemble at Campfire Ring / Opening Campfire Songs/Staff introductions 10:00 pm Taps Thursday schedule, July 7, :30 am Reveille 7:00 7:15 am Flag Raising/announcements 7:15 8:00 am Breakfast 8:15 12:00 Activities (See Activity Rotation Schedule) 12:15 1:00 pm Lunch 1:00 1:30 pm Free Time 1:45 4:30 pm Activities (See Activity Rotation Schedule) 4:45 5:45 pm Den time/shower/ wear Class A uniform for Dinner 6:00 pm Flag Lowering/announcements 6:15 pm Dinner 7:15 8:15 pm Group Activity 8:20 9:50 pm Den Time Practice Skit or Song and Family Time 10:00 pm Taps Thursday Activity Rotation Schedule Lab 1 Lab 2 Lab 3 Lab 4 Lab 5 Activity 1 Kitchen Tour Kitchen Tour Kitchen Tour Laser Show Laser Show Activity 2 Laser Show Laser Show Laser Show Kitchen Tour Kitchen Tour Activity 3 BB Archery Free Swim Activity 4 Archery Free Swim Activity 5 Activity 6 Activity 7 Free Swim Visit With Technology Playing with Levers Visit With Technology Playing with Levers Visit With Technology Playing with Levers Visit With Technology Playing with Levers BB Playing with Levers BB Archery BB Archery Free Swim BB Archery Free Swim Visit With Technology

6 Friday schedule, July 8, :30 am Reveille 7:00 7:15 am Flag Raising/announcements 7:15 8:00 am Breakfast 8:15 12:00 Activities (See Activity Rotation Schedule) 12:15 1:00 pm Lunch 1:00 1:30 pm Free Time 1:45 4:30 pm Activities (See Activity Rotation Schedule) 4:45 5:45 pm Den time/shower/ wear Class A uniform for Dinner 6:00 pm Flag Lowering/announcements 6:15 pm Dinner 7:15 9:00 pm Closing Campfire 9:05 9:55 pm Family Time 10:00 pm Taps Friday Activity Rotation Schedule Lab 1 Lab 2 Lab 3 Lab 4 Lab 5 Activity 1 Secret Codes/Calculate H&W Secret Codes/Calculate H&W Secret Codes/Calculate H&W Math Lecture Activity 2 Math Lecture Math Lecture Math Lecture Secret Codes/Calculate H&W Activity 3 Wolves Motor Away Bears Baloo the Builder Sportsman Activity 4 Wolves Adventures in Coins Bears A Bear Goes Fishing Maestro Activity 5 Visit & Act Science Wolves Adventures in Coins Bears A Bear Goes Fishing Maestro Wolves Motor Away Bears Baloo the Builder Sportsman Wolves Finding Your Way Bears Make it Move Build It Wolves Adventures in Coins Bears A Bear Goes Fishing Maestro Visit & Act Science Wolves Motor Away Bears Baloo the Builder Sportsman Wolves Finding Your Way Bears Make it Move Build It Visit & Act Science Lecture Science Activity 6 Science Lecture Science Lecture Science Lecture Visit & Act Science Activity 7 Wolves Finding Wolves Finding Wolves Motor Wolves Your Way Your Way Away Adventures in Bears Make it Bears Make it Bears Baloo the Coins Move Move Builder Bears A Bear Build Build Goes Fishing It It Sportsman Maestro Math Lecture Secret Codes/Calculate H&W Wolves Adventures in Coins Bears A Bear Goes Fishing Maestro Wolves Finding Your Way Bears Make it Move Build It Science Lecture Visit & Act Science Wolves Motor Away Bears Baloo the Builder Sportsman

7 Saturday schedule, July 9, :30 am Reveille 7:00 7:15 am Flag Raising/announcements 7:15 8:00 am Breakfast 8:00 10:00 am Pack, Clean up Campsite and Depart Departure Procedures If possible, pack before breakfast and bring gear to the main drive of your campsite. Make sure the campsite is free of trash and all belongings. Skits and Songs: Each campsite will be considered one or two dens depending on numbers. The dens are expected to present a skit or song at the closing campfire on Tuesday night. Please decide as a den by Monday lunch what song or skit you plan to present. Once decided turn it into the Program Director for approval, by Monday dinner. It is always a good idea to have a few ideas, in case another group chooses the same skit or song. Outdoor Code As an American, I will do my best to Be clean, use my outdoor manners, Be Careful with fire, Be considerate in the outdoors, Be conservation minded. Leave No Trace Principles Plan ahead and prepare Travel and camp on durable surfaces Dispose of waste properly Leave what you find Minimize campfire impacts Respect wildlife Be considerate of others visitors

8 Campsite Safety: Running While always a fun activity, running in camp can lead to falls and visits to the health lodge. Please only run as part of a program requirement or an emergency. Shirts & Shoes These are to be worn at all times, except while in aquatics. No open toed shoes are allowed in camp. Campsite fires must be supervised at all times and be built in the fire ring already present at the camp site. Food and candy should be kept in the shelter area packed and secured. NO food or candy should be in the sleeping areas. The buddy system should be used at all times while at camp. Showers Hot showers are provided for all participants, BSA Youth Protection prohibits adults and youth showering together. Upper Camp has individual, private showers that can be used by all; Lower Camp has private showers only for adults. Allowing Scouts to use the private showers in Lower Camp can compromise the BSA Youth Protection Policy. Dens in Lower Camp are asked to encourage Scouts to shower at the same time period and to provide a Leader to remain outside during this time. WHILE AT CAMP BARSTOW Camp Commissioner The camp commissioner is your go to guy during your stay at camp. The commissioner coordinates the daily campsite inspections. Campsite Inspection At the end of each day, beads or flag totems will be presented to dens that have shown Scout Spirit, led by example, been on time to activities, and have kept their campsite and assigned dining area clean. Camp wide Campfires There are two All Camp campfires. The Sunday night campfire introduces our camp staff and sets the tone. Tuesday night campfire gives Scouts and dens a chance to perform their songs and skits. Chemical Fuels Battery operated lanterns and flashlights are encouraged to be used by Scouts. No fuel lanterns, stoves, or candles are to be used inside a tent. Dining Hall Each unit will be assigned tables for their meals. The meals will be cafeteria style and everyone needs to work to help keep the dining hall and their area clean. Emergency Procedures All emergency procedures will be explained upon arrival at camp. If the camp alarm should sound, all Scouts and Leaders are to report to the parade field and form as a unit. Further instructions will be given by the camp staff once camp is assembled. Please refer all emergencies to the Camp Director and/or Camp Ranger, they will assess the emergency and call if needed.

9 Firearms & Archery Equipment Personal firearms and ammunition are not allowed in camp. No specialty arrows, hunting arrows, or specially tipped arrows may be brought to camp. Flag Ceremonies & Assemblies Patriotism and respect for our country and flag is a big component of Scouting and Camp Barstow. Dens are expected to attend ALL camp wide assemblies with your den flag. Webelos dens may be asked to help with flag ceremonies. Leaving Camp Scouts and Leaders should have no reason to leave camp unless there is an emergency or Leaders are rotating. Scouts may leave camp ONLY with an adult and approval from the Camp Director. Both Scouts and Leaders need to sign out in the Camp Office when leaving. Uniform Our Scouting uniform is a big contributor to Scouting Spirit. Our camp staff encourages all Scouts and Leaders to proudly and properly wear their Class A uniform to evening meals and campfires. The Class B uniform of Scout t shirt or camp shirt, shorts, and socks is suggested for all other times in camp. Please encourage Scouts to wear their uniform properly and in a Scouting manner. Litter Help us Leave No Trace at our beautiful camp. At the end of the day police your camp site as well as heavily used areas of camp for litter. Lost & Found This is located in the Trading Post, help identify items found by having Scouts write their name and unit number on all belongings. Pets All pets should be left at home and are not permitted by Camp Barstow policy, service animals are excluded from this policy. Also, do not take home any wild animals found while at Camp Barstow. Reveille & Taps Reveille is at 6:30am and Taps is at 10:00pm daily, Scouts should keep track of time during the day to make sure they are taking advantage of all activities. Please be on time to Flag ceremonies and assembles.

10 Tobacco Free Policy It is the policy of the Boy Scouts of America that leaders should not use tobacco products in any form in the presence of Scouts and that extreme care should be exercised to provide a smoke free environment for all Scouting participants. All buildings and facilities under the control of the Indian Waters Council are designated as non smoking facilities. Smoking outside entrance/exit doors is not permitted at any location and all Scouting functions, meetings, and activities are conducted on a tobacco free basis with permitted smoking areas located away from all participants. Trading Post Our camp Trading Post is stocked with supplies, like patches, t shirts, basic equipment, drinks, snacks, and other items. The Trading Post hours are posted and may vary by activity. Scouts are encouraged to bring spending money. Valuables Please plan to provide adequate protection for your valuables in the form of a foot locker or other means. Be sure to have combinations or spare keys for any locks you are using while at camp. The camp cannot be held responsible for valuables lost at camp. Vehicles No personal vehicles are allowed past the parking lot of camp, troop trailers are allowed in campsites, but must be escorted in during Sunday check in. Visitors All visitors must check in at the camp office. While all buildings are handicap accessible, there are considerable distances between activities and transportation may not be available. Every effort will be made to have transportation available for handicapped visitors. Your mailing address while at Camp Barstow will be: Scout s Name, Unit # Camp Barstow, BSA 115 Camp Barstow Drive Batesburg, SC Mail is delivered to camp daily, but might take a few days to get there depending on where you live. Mail is delivered to units during the flag lowering assembly. Outgoing mail can be placed in the mailbox at the Trading Post to be collected by 9:30am daily. In case of emergencies from home, phone calls can be placed to

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