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A group students, view the cave  during the Ecology field trip.

A group students, view the cave during the Ecology field trip.

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A group students, view the cave during the Ecology field trip.

Ethan Ragsdel, Writer

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On Wed. Oct. 17, the Ecology students went to Camp Arrowhead for the Ecology field trip. Mrs. Donham, Mrs. Whiteman, Mrs. Fields and Mrs. Hyde were in attendance hosting different activities for the students. Mrs. Donham was one of the teachers on the trip and she has been going for the past four years. When asked what she enjoys most about the trip she said, “Watching my students experience learning and applying ecological concepts by doing hands on activities out in nature.” The students got to find invertebrates in the creek, go on a hunt for different items, and identify trees. The students got over an hour for lunch. During lunch there was a call for anyone wanting to go see the cave that is located on the Camp. Donham said “It’s a great opportunity to get to know our students a little better as well.”

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My name is Ethan Ragsdel, I am 16 years old. I enjoy playing 2k, and hanging out with my friends in my free time. I have two dogs, named Betsy and Gus.

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