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Clerks Onsite Task List

Clerks Onsite Task List

Tasks -

  • Meet with the ELP Instructor in the Magazin and go over duties and instructions
  • Trade Store – Set out and price the items that you have brought.
  • (Optional) Ring Chapel Bell every hour on the hour
  • Decide which student will accept the money, or tend to the ledger, who will take care of the store, and who will keep the store spiffy, and who will greet the groups and explain the store rules
  • Prepare payments – The Clerks Activity Group and the teacher should determine the best pay system. There can be individual packets for each student, or one large packet for each Activity Group's Parent Lead with a list of who receives how much
  • Inventory the warehouse. The warehouse is filled with items ready to be shipped or sold. The Clerks Activity Group will receive Magazin Inventory sheets to check store supplies
  • Prepare a historic package for the Carmel Mission. The wooden box provided by ELP Instructor contains all the items
  • Petroglyph rock project - Clerks Activity Group MUST bring their own supplies for this project
  • Visit with the other Activiry Groups and keep a log of your class’ activities
  • (Optional) Practice your language skills & calligraphy - writing in English, Kashia, Alaska Native Alutiiq and Russian. This must be done outside on the vinyl tarp we supply! Your ELP Instructor provides materials
  • Clean up project work and secure food trade store items in critter-proof containers in the ELP supply closet in the Officers' Baracks for the night
  • Move personal sleeping gear into the Chapel front vestibule – only at the scheduled time!
  • Know your Night Watch and morning clean up chores

Rules and Responsibilities -

  • Follow the adults’ instructions at all times
  • Obey all safety rules; be very careful with tools
  • You are performing your duties inside a Museum. Please do not touch the items on shelves, inside cupboards, etc. Your hands-on experience is focused on items you bring from home/school to sell.
  • Night watch – Check schedule. When night watch is over wake up Farmers & Gatherers in the back of the Chapel, or as specified by the teachers or Parent Leads.

Morning Responsibilities –

  • Pack personal gear and bring it to the fort gates. Clean and sweep your sleeping quarters. Make sure it’s completely cleared out
  • If your group is finished but the clean up isn’t finished, find out how you can help. Help is often needed in the kitchen! Note that your ELP Instructor will only unlock the trade store when enough of the clean up has been finished by ALL groups
  • Finish up last minute Trade Store preparations. After Trade Store, thoroughly sweep out the entire Magazin (bottom floor)
  • Fort Litter Pick Up – All groups line up shoulder to shoulder and walk the inside of the fort for a full fort cleanup