Sixth graders from visited the W. Alton Jones environmental education center in West Greenwich, R.I. in December. The students spent three days and two nights studying wildlife and winter ecology to coincide with their in-class ornithology projects. They also participated in team-building exercises and tried out the WAJ low-ropes challenge course. In the evenings, the students went on a night hike, learned about the night sky, worked in groups to build a protective home for a raw egg during the Egg Drop program and enjoyed a campfire.The W. Alton Jones environmental education center sent Patch these photographs from the field trip.
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