HIGHLANDS NORDIC OUTDOOR EDUCATION TRIP TIPS
Programs: developed and delivered by Highlands staff, were designed specifically to meet the Core Ontario Curriculum.
Class Preparation: at least one introductory lesson on the unit should be taught in order to familiarize the students with the terminology that will be used.
Participation: Highlands staff will deliver your choice of program(s). Parents and volunteers will be expected to assist students during the program(s). Activities are NOT suitable for infants and toddlers.
Lunchtime: Bring your own lunch.
Discipline: Teachers will be responsible for students during lunch break and discipline throughout the day.
Clothing: The majority of programs involve outdoor activities.
Proper dress is essential for students, teachers and parent volunteers. Take into account the season, insects, program, etc.
- Please wear hats in ALL seasons.
- OUTDOOR footwear is essential.
- Rubber boots for Pond programs and rainy days.
- Closed-toed footwear for the other programs.
Spring Programs: Bring non-aerosol insect repellent, sun block.
Environmental Ethic: Stress an environmental ethic. Aim to keep Highlands clean and free of litter. Leave flowers, plants and animal life undisturbed. Any collecting is done under the supervision of a Highlands staff member.
Transportation is your responsibility.
Facility is Wheel Chair accessible. An ATV carrier is on site.
Communications: Highlands Nordic
1182 Conc 10 South Clearview Township
Duntroon, ON L0M 1H0
Email the completed booking form to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please indicate any special needs your students may have.