For most of the students, as-well-as the chaperones, this would be their first time away from home in a remote camp environment without cell or internet service. To continue this exciting story and pictorial by Russell Lis – Aquatic Ecology Teacher, click on the document link below!
Each day, students met at the flagpole for “Morning Motivation.” An inspirational quote was read by senior Aquatic Ecology student, Gerald (Last Name) and then translated by our multilingual students who were proud to share their culture and language with peers. It was an opportunity for our diverse students to showcase their linguistic abilities and to start new conversations about their lives and culture with campers and staff. Our ENL student population at McKinley is a cherished resource which offers a broader perspective than our traditional narrative. At Camp, they enriched the experiences of all students and staff who were surprised to learn something new about their classmates. CLICK HERE to view.
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