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New immunization requirements for the 2017-2018 school year/SB 277:†All incoming Kindergarten and 7th†grade students must have current immunizations on record to begin school on August 9, 2017.†California law SB 277 no longer allows personal or religious beliefs exemptions. Click†here for more information.
†RUSD AstroCamp 2016†
September 30-October 2, 2016
ASTROCAMP is a unique outdoor science program specializing in astronomy and physical science. Classes include light and lasers, rocketry, electricity and magnetism, and a sophisticated observational astronomy evening program, among many others. This unique program is located in the San Jacinto Mountains of Southern California, one mile from the town of Idyllwild. The campus includes 90 acres of meadows and trees at an elevation of 5,600 feet. The facility has comfortable heated dormitories with restrooms and showers. Three nutritionally-balanced meals are provided daily in the dining hall. ASTROCAMP has spacious labs, briefing rooms, gymnasium, rope course, climbing wall, swimming pool, as well as recreation and outdoor program areas. ASTROCAMP maintains a resident staff of qualified and well trained instructors. All instructors have an appropriate college degree and are trained in first aid, CPR, and water safety. They are enthusiastic and eager to lead students through this unique science adventure. All of the ASTROCAMP programs are conducted by a research group consisting of approximately 15 students. One adult chaperone must accompany each research group. The research group will be led by an ASTROCAMP instructor for the entire program, which results in a very positive rapport between the students and their instructor. ASTROCAMP instructors are known for their personal attention to the students.

Registration:
Parents or guardians must be present during the registration.† Forms may be completed on site at registration or you may download the required forms and bring them with you.† You may access these forms on the RUSD website under: Educational Services††††††††† GATE Program††††††††† AstroCamp.† You will complete one final computerized form during the on-site registration process. The Redlands Unified Website is: http://redlandsusd.net/

Please be aware that student registrations will be taken on a first come, first served basis.
Registration Dates: Saturday, August 27, 2016 ~ 8:30 to 11:00 am (District Professional Development Center) for GATE Identified 4th and 5th grade students only.
Monday, August 29, 2016 ~ 5:30 to 7:00 pm (District Professional Development Center) for all interested GATE and Non-GATE 4th and 5th grade students (Open Enrollment).

WHAT TO BRING TO THE REGISTRATION:
Check for $265 payable to Redlands Unified School District (RUSD) for your childís registration.††

Medical information (i.e., shot record: date of last tetanus; insurance info: Name & address of the Insurance company, policy #; doctor and dentist contact info; list of medications taken by student; medical conditions: allergies, medical needs, etc.).

Separate check payable to Redlands Unified School District (RUSD) for your optional t-shirt pre-order.† You may fill in the amount of the T-shirt order during registration.

Volunteer GATE parents, and the RUSD GATE Coordinator will answer your questions and receive all of the paperwork during the AstroCamp registration.

Chaperones:†† Parents who are interested in being AstroCamp chaperones should complete the chaperone form and bring a separate $50 check as a deposit payable to Redlands Unified School District (RUSD).† Chaperones will be selected to represent the various RUSD elementary schools.† We annually have more parents interested in being chaperones than we can accommodate.† Interested parents will be notified if they were selected as chaperones.† Selected chaperones must go through a background check, at their expense, by the Redlands Police Department in alignment with school district policy.† Selected chaperones must attend a chaperone training meeting at a later date.† Trip Transportation - All student participants and parent chaperones must ride the school bus to and from AstroCamp.† Chaperones and students cannot take separate cars to AstroCamp.

Trip Recommendations:

Students must participate for the entire weekend. No early dismissal or late arrival.
Dramamine/Bonine should be taken prior to boarding the bus. Please send more for the return trip.
DO NOT bring electronic devices: cell phones, IPods, GameBoys, MP3 players, etc.
DO NOT pack snacks for your child.††
Practice with your student (at home) how to pack/unpack his/her sleeping bag and luggage as he/she will be responsible for it.†
If you send money to buy souvenirs, please donít send more than $40.00. Each student is responsible for his/her own money.

What to Bring:

Parents will receive a complete item list of what to bring, and not to bring, when they register their student.
One duffle bag/luggage and a sleeping bag marked with name, address, phone number and school name.
Medications packed in a zip-lock bag, marked with studentís name and directions for use.†
Dramamine for return trip
An empty 2-liter bottle
A sack lunch and drink for Friday lunch.

Dietary Information and Special Needs Accommodations:

Vegetarian options are available at each meal.
AstroCamp cannot accommodate gluten-free or kosher foods. Families must pack such meals for their children.
No nuts are served with meals and peanut oil is not used in cooking. However, some foods are labeled as being processed on equipment that has also processed foods containing nuts. AstroCamp occasionally serve nuts to their staff and peanut butter is available for staff on a separate food line.
AstroCamp can provide labels of foods on the day they are prepared. Due to possible menu or supplier changes, they cannot send label information ahead of time.
AstroCamp has limited refrigerator space in the kitchen for pre-packed meals. Due to health regulations, AstroCampís kitchen staff cannot prepare these meals. School chaperones can retrieve these meals that families send from the kitchen and are allowed to use the microwave in the staff line to heat up these meals for student campers.

Scholarships are available.
For additional information visit the AstroCamp website at: http://astrocampschool.org/
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