Sixth Grade Environmental Stewardship Program

The sixth grade class journeyed to the Wisconsin Dells area to participate in the Environmental Stewardship Program at Camp Gray.  The overnight program included a variety of activities to help students understand their role in God’s creation and the importance of being good stewards of the environment. After some introductory games, the small groups were led by camp counselors into an assortment of biomes at the camp.

The students also participated in activities such as an Extreme Hike (in a stream that eventually flows into the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean), Marsh Madness (finding all sorts of craziness in the wetlands), and Alien Invaders (taking care of business with some non-native plants that are trying to take over).

A variety of choice time fun was also built into the schedule as well as an evening campfire.  The students reflected upon everyday objects and tried to make faith connections. The highlight for many was the solo hike and an opportunity to simply experience the surrounding nature. Some of the students have continued living what they learned with meal prayers and minimizing the amount of ort.

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  • Donald Driver Visit
  • Olympics Day
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