Coleman 5th Graders at Camp-U-Nah-Li-Ya

On Thursday, Feb. 9, and Friday, Feb 10, the Coleman Elementary 5th graders had their annual winter overnight field trip to Camp U-Nah-Li-Ya. While at camp, students participated in various classes related to winter skills and science. In Outdoor Living, students learned how to build shelters to stay warm and how to start fires. During CSI: Tracking, students learned how to use clues left in nature to determine animals that were around and why they might be headed in certain directions. Even with not having the best trail conditions, students still remained positive about learning to ski. During a game of Predator and Prey, students learned about the food chain and survival of animals. The amount of snow did not affect the students' ability to enjoy a favorite pastime at camp, sledding. This amazing experience could not have happened without the support of our students' families who donated their time to working concessions stands during the fall. In addition, we need to offer our sincere thank you to the S.T.E.F Foundation, David Kaminski Trucking, and the Meyer family and their donation in honor of Keith Gruber for generous donations that helped lower the cost of the trip. The 2022-2023 5th grade class is shown.

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