2017 Santa Cruz Summary

Santa Cruz Forestry Challenge – November 15 to 18, 2017 Redwood Christian Camp 2017 Event Program  |  2017 Focus Topic Question  |  2017 Presentation Scoresheet 2017 Slideshow  |  2017 Student Evaluations  |  2017 Teacher Evaluations Highest Scoring Team Presentation Wet weather during training and data collection did not dampen the enthusiasm of the 110 students

2017 Santa Cruz Registration Fee Calculator and Invoice

Thank you for registering your school to participate in the 2017 Santa Cruz Forestry Challenge. Please use the Registration Fee Calculator form below to calculate your school’s registration fees, which are due on November 3, 2017.  A copy of the form will be emailed to you when you hit the Submit button so that you may

2017 Sample Schedule of Events

Wednesday 4:00 to 5:30 Registration 5:30 to 6:30 Dinner 6:45 to 7:00 Welcome 7:00 to 8:30 Focus Topic Question Presented / Q&A 8:30 or 10:00 Evening Social Activity and/or Night Hike 10:00 Report to Cabins/Dorms Thursday 8:00 to 8:45 Breakfast 8:45 to 9:00 Assemble for Field Training 9:05 to 12:30 Field Training 12:30 to 1:30

2017 Forestry Challenge Rules

Students enrolled in grades 9 through 12 are eligible to participate. Community college students may participate if the facility can accommodate them, as determined by the FC coordinator. Teams will consist of two to five students from the same school, home school, tribe, or scouting group. More than one team may enter from each school

For Santa Cruz Teachers

Santa Cruz Teachers: We thought this page would help you most efficiently if it was organized as a list with links to items you will need as you work through the process. File fieldtrip request paperwork with your district, usMing information from the site address document and event flier.  If necessary, you can use last year’s Teacher Evaluation Form

For Santa Cruz Parents

Hello Parents! Thank you for your interest in the California Forestry Challenge.  The Forestry Challenge is a competitive forestry event for high school students with three goals: Your child will learn the basics of the science of forestry, and understand how math and science taught on campus apply to the “real world “. Your child