Sixth Grade at Camp Gray

The sixth graders began their year by getting out in the woods and experiencing God’s wonderful gift of creation.  The annual Camp Gray Environmental Stewardship Program (ESP) gives sixth graders a chance to reflect on their role in being good stewards of the environment.

During the two-day experience, students discovered the tiny organisms that populate a march, helped to control invasive species (as in plants!), and slogged through a stream.  They also had fun with archery, canoeing, and many games.

Opportunities for prayer and vespers, sharing meals, and solo-hiking also provided students with new insights about their place in a faith community.

Thanks to Mrs. Gunnare, Mrs. Sternig, and Mrs. Arndt for participating in this year’s camp experience.

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


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