Camp Friendly Pines

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School in the Pines for our 5th Graders!
For the 2018-2019 School Year, Camp will be August 21st-24th

We are seeking parents interested in chaperoning and/or assisting with the Camp Friendly Pines committee.  Please consider joining your 5th Grader on this memorable trip or helping with the planning and fundraising!  If you are interested, please contact Ms. Cohen at ecohen@madisoned.org.

Camp Friendly Pines Committee fundraises throughout the year so that our 5th Graders can all attend this amazing trip!  

CANDLE SALE: Students will be selling Gold Canyon Candles in the Fall, watch for flyers to come home in October!

SNACK SHACK:  Easy way to help your school, spend time with your student & get community service hours!  You’ll be given ALL instructions on what to do!  Proceeds from Snack Shack sales in certain months will go towards Camp Friendly Pines so watch for the sign ups!

Direct donations to Camp Friendly Pines’ trip can now be done on the PTM website!  Send this link to family & friends if they would like to make a tax-deductible donation to this fantastic Meadows tradition:  http://meadowsptm.org/shop/camp-friendly-pines-donation/

Camp Friendly Pines is an annual trip for our 5th Graders. Students spend 4 days at Camp Friendly Pines in Prescott, Arizona. This long tradition has students participating in a literal classroom in the pines. Classroom studies such as Language Arts, Science, Social Studies, etc. are all practiced using the environment around them. Other exciting activities include ropes courses, horseback riding, cabin skits, and more! All 5th Grade Teachers attend but parent chaperones are also needed. Teachers and parent volunteers work year round to make this a great experience for everyone. Various fundraising events are held throughout the school year to help off-set the cost of the trip as well as provide scholarships for students.  Visit Camp Friendly Pines’ website here.

You can read more information on the attached letter that went home at the beginning of the 2017-2018 School Year.