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Outdoor Education/Sixth Grade Camp - October 11th to 13th, 2021

6th Grade Camp  Drop Off Map

The 6th Grade Outdoor Education Program is Monday, October 11 through Wednesday, October 13 at Camp Nuhop in Perrysville, Ohio.  All sixth grade classes will be attending the same camp together. Attendance is not mandatory. If your student is not attending camp, please email kmoore@buckeyeschools.org to have camp fees removed from your student's account.

Departure: Students must be dropped off at school at 9:15 AM after the regular route buses have left the school. Students will leave school at approximately 10 AM on Monday.

Return: Sixth graders need to be picked up from school when we return from camp. The buses will arrive back at the Intermediate School at approximately 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday.  When we arrive, please give the students and teachers some space to unload the buses, find luggage and then find you.  If someone other than a parent or guardian will pick up, please notify your student's teacher in writing before your student departs for camp

Cost: The cost to attend camp is $150.00 and includes meals and lodging.  Please make checks payable to Buckeye Intermediate School or place cash in an envelope with your sixth grader’s name on the front and send it in with your student by Friday, September 24th.  You may also pay online with a credit or debit card using PayForIt.net. If you have not paid fees on PayForIt.net before, please email kmoore@buckeyeschools.org to obtain your student's ID number. The number is required to create an account on PayForIt.net. All school fees (PAST and CURRENT) must be paid IN FULL for students to be eligible to attend camp.

Refunds: Camp fees will be refunded if unforeseen circumstances arise and the student cannot attend.  

Forms: All four DOUBLE-SIDED FORMS have to be completed and returned by Friday, September 24th to your student’s homeroom teacher. Forms that must be completed are:

  • Camp Nuhop Health Form 

  • Challenge Course Participation Waiver  (This form allows your student to participate in the Ropes Course, Rock Climbing, “Giant Swing” or “Panther Pole” activities.)

  • Transportation Waiver

  • COVID 19 Waiver

You will also find the following information in this packet:

  • Instructions for  Prescription Medications

  • Special Diets Information

  • Packing Instructions / What Students need to bring to camp

If you have questions, please contact your student’s homeroom teacher.  Sixth Grade Camp is an amazing educational experience, and we encourage all students to participate.

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