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23/24 Visit to CMZ
A zoology field trip took students to the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, and strangers took notice.
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Wolf Trip 2023
Wolf Trip is a special event each year where students have the opportunity to be volunteers for the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center in Divide, CO.
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Denver Pow-Wow 2023
Students attended the 47th annual Denver March Pow-Wow, and took home memories that will last a life time.
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Water Quality Testing with OFI
Students worked with the Ocean First Institute to test water quality of local Plum Creek, and presented their findings to the Douglas County Conservation District.
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Bird Sanctuary
Bird Sanctuary
In May, the Oakes Earth and Environmental Science classes established a bird sanctuary on our campus. This became a Certified Wildlife Habitat by the National Wildlife Federation.
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Geology of Colorado Outdoor Education Trip
Over two weekends in August, Mrs. Klein and Mr. Cruse took 10 students on the Geology of Colorado outdoor education trip. Students learned about and experienced the variety of geologic features in Colorado by visiting Cave of the Winds, Red Rock Canyon Open Space, Garden of the Gods, Paint Mines Interpretive Park, and Spruce Mountain. The grand finale of the trip was conquering Mount Bierstadt with a summit of 14,066 feet.
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