Fifth grade enjoys stunning views, sunsets, and sand

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The fifth grade class traveled across the Olympic Peninsula, visiting and learning about ecology, history, and Native American Culture during the Middle School Outdoor Education spring trip.

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The group studied the Elwha River, the removal of its dams, and the impacts it had on the people and the environment.

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They also headed to Neah Bay to begin coastal ecology and Makah tribal history studies. The group also had the chance to experience a coastal wilderness and amazing tide pooling on the class’s first overnight backpacking trip!

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