Well, we had a very nice two days so far with very positive comments from our bus drivers, our KOA hosts, and other folks who've seen our middle school students. While each day has brought some challenges, we've risen to the occasion---from setting our tents up IN THE DARK last night to 18 miles of very rough washboard gravel roads today (as we visited Lava Cast Forest) to students working together to prepare food or clean up after eating. Here are a few photos!
The following entries form an abbreviated record of the Days Creek Charter School's 2009 Outdoor School. The staff and students hope you enjoy the blog. Please plan to attend our Open House in September for a more complete, student-created multimedia presentation!
Tuesday, Sept. 8th: Crater Lake, Collier State Park, Madras/Culver KOA
Wednesday, Sept. 9th: High Desert Museum, Lava Lands Visitor Center, Lava Butte, Lava River Cave, Lava Cast Forest
Thursday, Sept. 10th: Richardson's Rock Ranch, Petersen's Rock Garden, Deschutes County Historical Museum
Friday: Sept. 11th: StrikeCity Lanes, Rest Area Awards Assembly
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