Camp Gray ESP Experience

The sixth graders began their junior high experience by spending two days at Camp Gray near Baraboo. The students participated in the Environmental Stewardship Program at the camp where the learned about ways that we are called to be good stewards of God’s creation. Mix together some scientific inquiry, some prayer and reflection, and a bunch of fun and you get two days of wonder at God’s creation.

Highlights included a tromp through a creek, discovering tadpoles and other swamp things, a campfire, and “choice time” fun. Reflecting on God’s gift of creation and ways that we bring light (or darkness) into out world was the theme for the evening vespers. The solo hike provided some quiet reflection time as well on a beautiful fall morning.

Finally, the students discovered that they can share a meal together and produce very little ort (you may have to look that up!). From 9 ounces to 2 ounces to 1/2 ounce for the final meal…”take what you’ll eat and eat what you take!”

The sixth graders were led through the camp activities by camp counselors and also guided by Mrs. Schoenwetter, Mrs. Sternig, Mrs. Gunnare, Mr. Heit, and Mr. Sternig.

  • School Grounds
  • Alice in Wonderland School Play
  • Grandparents Day
  • Donald Driver Visit
  • Olympics Day
  • Graduation Photos

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