Campfire lessons

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November 17, 2011 at 9:52 am  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Campfire lessons
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After reading an article about camping, Harry Hurst Middle School teacher Noel Smith arranged a school-day opportunity for the kids to experience putting up a tent and building a campfire.

Students were able to participate in traditional camping activities such as roasting hot dogs and making smores. Pictured are Thomas Roberts, Alrieal Fox, principal Steven Guitteriez, paraeducator Tracy Vollenweider, Darian Wilson, Brandon Arabie, assistant principal Ed Carter, assistant principal Deborah Barrette and teacher Michelle Caldero.




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