This week we served seven different schools across three districts (Beaverton, Hillsboro, and Scappoose) and visited nine different parks, natural areas, schools, and Outdoor School sites!
This week we served four different schools across four different districts (Beaverton, Lake Oswego, Seaside, and Hillsboro) and visited ten different schools, parks, and natural areas across the region!
We are now just over half way through our Spring 2022 session and while Day Programming is different than our traditional residential Outdoor School, it has still been an amazing time working with 5th and 6th graders and connecting them to the natural world.
Sometimes people ask the question, "What makes Outdoor School special" and there are just so many answers! But a few of the highlights are:
This week we served seven different schools in four different school districts (Beaverton, St. Helens, Oregon City, and Hillsboro) and visited eleven different schools, parks, and natural areas across the region!
One of our favorite Outdoor School activities is Nature Journaling! We love to give students opportunities to develop these skills whenever we have the chance. One of the best resources we have found is the website for John Muir Laws: Nature Stewardship through Science, Education, and Art. There are tons of free resources available for a lifetime of journaling for all ages! Do you like to nature journal? If so feel free to share your work in the comments!
This week we served nine schools across three districts (Forest Grove, Sherwood, and Hillsboro) and visited fourteen different schools, parks, and natural areas across the region!