6th Graders head east for Outdoor Education trip
The sixth graders headed to New Ulm, an unincorporated areas about halfway between San Antonio and Houston, for their Outdoor Education excursion.
In their program, run by Nature’s Classroom Institute, students spent two nights in cabins. Their activities that included hiking, teambuilding exercises and learning more about the land, ecology, and environment of South Texas.
Scroll down for photos from the trip.