2020 COPACK Ski Trip (Lift)
Welcome to Lincoln's Fourth Annual COPACK Ski Trip: LIFT! We are excited to be bringing this trip back again this year as we have SO MUCH FUN year after year! We took advice from parents, students, and chaperones and we hope we have made this event EVEN BETTER than it was before (which I was told "wasn't even possible" by many students who attended).

While providing a great adventure for students and staff, this trip also helps Lincoln raise money to help support opportunities for other Lincoln students.

Here are the details:
January 17th-19th We will ski Saturday AND part of Sunday. We do have another option for anyone who would like to ski only one day.

PLEASE NOTE: This is the ski trip for individuals that ALREADY KNOW how to ski/snowboard. No lessons are being offered as a part of this trip.

Trip Details:
Friday - Depart Lincoln Middle School at 3:30 PM. Arrive at Steamboat Springs Elementary (SSE) around 7:00pm. SEND STUDENT WITH SACK DINNER OR MONEY TO PURCHASE.

Saturday - EVERYONE - Leave SSE at 8:00 AM to enjoy a day on the mountain. 4:00 PM Everyone does the Mountain Coaster. 5:00 back to SSE for dinner. 6:30 PM Downtown Hot Springs. 9:00 SSE for the night. (BREAKFAST, LUNCH AND DINNER PROVIDED)

Sunday - (BREAKFAST AND LUNCH PROVIDED)
Group A - Leave SSE at 8:00 AM to ski half day. Back to SSE by 12:00 or 12:30.
Group B - Sleep in, may relax at the school, may go with staff to down town Steamboat and walk around.
Everyone - Leave SSE by 1PM to get back to Lincoln around 4:30 PM.

Cost: (If the only reason your student cannot attend is due to cost please contact Mr. Griffith)

If your child already HAS A SKI PASS: $100 (skiing either 1 day or 2 days)

If your student NEEDS A SKI PASS: $175 ($250 if they want to ski on Sunday as well)

Price includes: All transportation, all meals starting with breakfast on Saturday and ending with lunch on Sunday, lodging, hot springs admission, and COPACK helmet cover (required). (Matching helmet covers will help us locate students on the mountain and keep everyone safe.)

In addition to gear for the mountain (warm ski clothes and ski/snowboard gear) each student will also need the following:
Water Bottle
Snacks
Sleeping bag
Pillow
Sleeping pad (we will be sleeping on a gym floor)
Pajamas
Swimsuit
Toiletries

If you do not have and can not get any of the above gear, please contact AJ Griffith.

There is a limited number of space available for this trip and spots will be given on a first come first serve basis.

For questions regarding this trip contact AJ Griffith - 6th & 7th Grade Social Studies - agriffit@psdschools.org
PLEASE NOTE: This is the ski trip for individuals that ALREADY KNOW how to ski/snowboard. No lessons are being offered as a part of this trip. *
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