(79 students / 4 Teachers)
Our Place in the Great Lakes Watershed
Lifelong stewardship is our goal. We know that teaching students facts about “their place” gives them the impetus to learn, explore, and appreciate their community. A year long phenological study of the local environment will help students see change over time, deepening their understanding of the Lake Superior watershed.
-school wide composting
-disc golf course
-schoolwide bird studies
James Rautiola - Principal/Superintendent
Green Timber Consulting Foresters, Inc.
Copper Country Audubon Society Ecologist
KBIC Natural Resources Department
Beekeepers: Kathleen Harter & Todd Gemelli
Dave and Cathy Caspary of Caspary Farms
8th grade students working on the rock walkway.
8th grade class in the new greenhouse.
6th graders help build brush pile bird feeders.
7th grade students teaching about composting.
Community partners presenting about the basics of beekeeping.