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Camp Squeah

The kids had another Camp Squeah outdoor learning session.

So many cool things to learn and experience!

They did archery again, though I didn’t take any photos this time. 112 more words


Tree Identification #1 - Applied Bio Sign Group

This week we were tasked with identifying our first tree from the park. We identified our tree as an American Elm (Ulmus americana). The leaves of the tree are elliptical in shape, with small teeth around the perimeter. 33 more words

Applied Biology

5 Things to Do in Brooklyn

Visitors to New York usually land in Manhattan.  If they venture at all from the Island it is usually to take a ferry ride to Staten Island.   296 more words

United States

Horam and The Blacksmith's Arms

The run

Wednesdays in the country is back! Only we are in the country on Mondays as my daughter’s timetable has changed! I suspect this will mean less things open but we shall see! 573 more words

Making Progress

It all started with a birthday party. Our class went to Riley Park in late August and had a picnic/birthday party for our teacher and classmates with birthdays in August. 330 more words

Applied Biology

Tweetsie Trail

Last month the first section of the Tweetsie Trail opened with an inaugural run/walk/trek. The Tweetsie Trail is the first nature trail of its kind in the Johnson City area. 176 more words


Ryllie Park - Week One

So, we’ve been in school for a few weeks now, but I feel like this past week was the actual start of the park project. Our class has settled on a plan/tentative timeline for everything we need to do leading up to the presentation for the Noble city council. 231 more words

Applied Biology