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Outdoor Education in the Library

Matthew Wittmer
Outdoor education trips have been a tradition at The Buckley School stretching back four decades.
Sixth through twelfth grade classes take trips to different outdoor locations every school year to bond a class and to learn about the outdoors. Trips include canoeing on the Russian River, climbing at Joshua Tree National Park, exploring caves in Sequoia National Forest, and learning survival skills at El Capitan in Santa Barbara. Teachers and staff partner with naturalist organizations every year on these trips to ensure environmental appreciation is an important part of our student's education. Photos from various years of OED trips are included in our current fall exhibit in the Robert Young Library. Posters are courtesy of our school's amazing print shop manager, Mr. Tom Henderson. 
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    Matthew Wittmer
    Outdoor education trips have been a tradition at The Buckley School stretching back four decades.
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