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... walk and check out some of the other groups' immersion walls. Very impressive!!
After completing this project, my mind wondered to the idea of teaching stewardship. How often do we teach this in our school? Do my students understand the importance of being responsible citizens and managing their resources? I definitely want to focus on this topic more in the future!
The morning flew ...
... and snow continued to drop. In the midst of it Larry ( from Canada) had stopped to put his gloves on which caused him to remove his poncho ( the type that covers your body and the pack) he was unable to snap it on so I stopped to help causing a mild case of frostbite on my finger. We continued on as that was all we could do. We made it through some pretty tough spots ...
... the earthquake was a sign that Mt. Lassen was becoming more active. Ans. NO.) Mt. Lassen is 10,000+ feet and covered by snow like all the others are. We couldn’t get good photos.
Note: Crater Lake was formed by a volcano in which the magma flowed out through small fissures creating a cavity under the peak. Then the center sank into the void and the lake was formed.
The drive was lovely ...
... and culture of the Paiute tribe with her own story. Her friend and supporter Elizabeth Peabody of Boston had publishing expertise so got it into print; few books have lasted so well. Carefully analyzed by scholars and frequently cited by historians, it is once more in print today. But that’s not all Sarah did. In 1885 she started an American Indian school.
The policy in the US at the time was to "civilize" ...
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Snow Day - Matt Pond PA
Well, not sure what the plan is today...let me preface that I think there was some self sabotage so we didn't have to get up early in the morning...and it was not me!
Last night we had Tri-Tip dinner which was awesome but bottles of wine were opened, bottle of rum and I am sure there were a few beers ...