Elf Training

Elf Training #4 – Roof Reports

Elf TrainingHi Trackers!

Santa spends a lot of time on roofs. You know this.

The problem Santa sometimes runs into on Christmas Eve is that some roofs never get any attention. Not every roof is safe to land a sleigh on. More importantly, not every roof is big enough to hold a sleigh and 8 or 9 reindeer.

It is very helpful to Santa if tracker elves, just before Christmas, actually get a look at the rooftops of their own homes and of others nearby to report any problems they can see.

Now: here’s the important part of this. Never, EVER, get on a roof or even a ladder or step stool or other object to look at a roof. Santa does not want you doing that. You MUST remain safe.

But, from the ground, you can tell a lot about a roof by just looking at it.

This report, as simple as it is, should NOT be done now. The information months and weeks before Christmas will not do Santa any good. A roof inspection and report would be best to do just before Christmas.

The MOST important part of this report is to report on an alternative landing location if a roof is not suitable. You know your own neighborhood better than anyone. Don’t be shy in telling Santa your opinion.

Santa takes these reports very seriously. The sleigh is equipped to receive reports so Santa can see than as he flies and before he lands. The North Pole receives them from you and formats them for Santa’s viewing right on the sleigh.

The link to submit a roof report is right here.

If you have any questions about this report, please post them in the comments below and I will try to answer them for you.

Elf Max

 

Elf Max
SantaTrackers.net Elf Support Manager at the Santa Claus LTD company
Elf Max is known as The Miracle Worker. Max has worked in computer systems at the North Pole since the early 1970s. He frequently is the elf people turn to in order to make technology work. Max now works site support exclusively for SantaTrackers.net.
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Angelika Reimer

Thanks for the Training on the reports Elf Max. 🙂

emma

i have been sending in a roof report everyday and my roof is getting fixed today and don’t know when it will be done

Emma Swink

just make sure its done by Christmas

parker buzzby

cool

Izzy Foss

Hi make sure to plug in the Santa webcam soon

Jessica H

I hope you don’t mind me asking, but What’s a Santa Webcam?

Hannah

Ok, I’m probably not going to report until right before christmas, but guys, you can always see parts of your rooftop and the rooftops of neighbours by looking out your window! Keep that in mind. Also, ROGER THAT!

Hannah

And you can always google satelite images

emma

but will report when it is

ELF Jingle Bells

THANK YOU GUYS I AM READY ME AND MY ELF GROUP ARE READY FOR OPERATION MERRY CHRISTMAS

emma

What is the name of your group

ELF Jingle Bells

We are the Santa trackers We Are a Group Of 5

ELF Jingle Bells

7

Keira Hawley

I thought we are all Santa trackers

ELF Jingle Bells

we are

Sierra

We are

JOEL joel

roger

JOEL GINSON

hi

Hannah

Honestly, I say BRING ON THE TRAINING! I’m itching for christmas, but I might be at my grandparents house this christmas where no there is no internet so I might not be able to track santa this chrisrmas

JOEL GINSON

WHY DONT YOU TAKE THE NETWORK USB WHICH INTERNET CAN BE AVALIBLE ANYWHERE

Jessica H

Does your phone have any data you can share? My phone (a flip phone with a touchscreen running android) has data, which I can hotspot to my Apple Macbook and to my Samsung Tablet. I can also ask my Mum to share me her data. This may be an option or an idea for you?
Of course, if you are unable access data or internet in time for christmas, you can still track Santa. In preparation, you can figure out the approximate times (based on research and past flights) on what time in your area Santa takes off, when he gets to most sectors/major countries, and around what time a bed-time warning is usually sent to your area (regardless of that, you should go to bed between the areas of 10pm-1am. Santa will usually arrive at these times.), etc. Then, when the big day comes, follow these times and your research. It is quite easy to imagine Santa’s journey around the world, and although it is possible for there to be delays, there is not usually many.
Anyways, I hope this helps!

Hannah

Ohhhh wow I didn’t think of that, Joel.

ELF Jingle Bells

are u being sarcastic i dont know if u are or u arent

ELF DASH

Oh sorry

ELF DASH

Hi everyone I am elf dash

Elf Amelia

Thanks for the training

Emma Swink

roger that

parker buzzby

thank you i am reading all of the lessons

Teagan Lomas

I’m ready

Roger. romero

i do with santa work

Roger. romero

santa claus some roofs are covered

ELF Jingle Paws

Roger Elf Jingle Paws

Roger that!