Attean Pond to Holeb Pond to Moose River back to Attean Pond
35 miles on the water
2 miles of portages
On Friday, September 9, 2016, the senior class of 2017 left for their senior survival trip. The first stop was Camp Lawroweld where they had a church service on top of Tumbledown Mountain and then learned the basics of canoeing on Webb Lake. On Sunday, they made their way toward Jackman, Maine. The students battled strong winds, some rain, long portages, and a lack of food on the part of some of the boys. Luckily the girls kept them nourished. The group popped corn over the fire, and participated in team building activities. Surviving in the wilderness, they made their way back to civilization on Thursday the 15th. Special thanks to Brianna Payne, Derek Boyce, Sara Huston, Jessica Larson, and Jon Larson (nicknamed Mr. Grylls), for braving the elements and adding to the educational experience of our young people.
The elementary students enjoyed a day of snow tubing on Mach 11, 2016. Although the temperatures have been uncharacteristically warm, there was still snow!
Over the summer, students in grades K-6 were given the opportunity to complete review packets. If they completed the school work, they were rewarded by a trip to ice cream with Mr. Krueger.
Students in grades 7 & 8 took an art field trip to Winslow Park today. They were expected to sit quietly and draw the beautiful nature all around them. Never has an afternoon gone so quickly at school!