Each school utilizing the journal lesson guide is required to provide their own copies of the journal booklet for use at Arrowhead Ranch. A complete copy is provided to each school in the teacher packet, or it can be downloaded by clicking the download button at right. For a copy of the answer key, please call the camp office at 909-337-7265.
Each school must complete the appropriate dorm/cabin assignment sheet for the site they are attending. It must be provided to the camp office no later than the Wednesday prior to the week the school will be attending camp. It can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or faxed to (909)337-3634.
FORMS ARE SITE SPECIFIC. PLEASE DOWNLOAD THE CORRECT FORM FOR THE SITE YOU WILL BE ATTENDING. QUESTIONS? ASK US.
MEDICATION AUTHORIZATION and CAMP CONSENT FORMS
All students attending outdoor school are required to have the medication authorization form and Camp Consent form completed and signed by their parent or guardian prior to arrival. Any medications taken by students must be appropriately labeled in their original prescription bottle and placed into a ziplock bag. The meds will be dispensed by our medic.
PLEASE NOTE – These forms (Medication Authorization & Camp Consent) are NEW and must be filled out completely with proper signatures and turned in together.
The typical weekly schedule depends upon the site the students will be attending. Also note, that the schedule varies depending upon whether your students will be here for 4 or 5 days.
We have also included a document to help better explain what Outdoor School is and why we believe your students should attend.
Additional information regarding what to expect when participating in the programs at Arrowhead Ranch can be found with a click to your right. Included are descriptions of the various typical activities the students will participate in, as well as, the role the classroom teacher is expected to provide during the week.
Arrowhead Ranch Outdoor Science School has well-defined expectations for student behavior. Students are expected to cooperate with adults by following instructions without showing disrespect or being defiant. During Outdoor School, we strongly believe that positive reinforcement is the best way to manage discipline issues. At right, the discipline system and positive reinforcement system can be downloaded to review with students prior to arrival. Once here, both will be reviewed with the students on the first day of the program.
To help parents better understand what is expected for their child during their week at outdoor school, we have provided the following document.
Information to parents to help reduce homesickness.