Nov 4, 2019

Organize a School Camping Trip

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*'''Set strict rules regarding what students can and cannot bring.''' While items like compasses and lanterns are acceptable, no student should be permitted to bring tools like knives, lighters, or axes for safety reasons.
 
*'''Set strict rules regarding what students can and cannot bring.''' While items like compasses and lanterns are acceptable, no student should be permitted to bring tools like knives, lighters, or axes for safety reasons.
 
*'''Treat injuries or animal bites immediately.''' A fully-equipped First Aid kit should be able to handle minor cuts and scrapes, but serious injuries should not be left untreated.
 
*'''Treat injuries or animal bites immediately.''' A fully-equipped First Aid kit should be able to handle minor cuts and scrapes, but serious injuries should not be left untreated.
*'''Use common sense.''' Make sure students are supervised at all times, boys know to use common sense when they go pee (if there is a limited supply of port-a-potties), and that campers stay in the boundaries of the campsite unless otherwise directed.
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*'''Use common sense.''' Make sure students are supervised at all times and that campers stay in the boundaries of the campsite unless otherwise directed.
   
 
== Related wikiHows ==
 
== Related wikiHows ==
 
*[[Organize a Hunting Trip]]
 
*[[Organize a Hunting Trip]]


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