“It’s place-based education where our students investigated soil samples from different communities, studied mountain ranges and glacier lakes, learned about plants and animals and made connections,” Fries said.
“We are very lucky to have such a great group of young people who want to do… something different that benefits our community. I want to tell you parents what a fine group of young people you have… (with)...a strong desire to serve the community. That’s impressive,” Walker said.
If you’re looking for a fun-filled haunt to take your little monsters to this month, check out the second annual stage production of “Dracula: Obsessed and Hating It.”