8th Graders visit Yellowstone
Eighth graders spent the the week at Yellowstone National Park on their Outdoor Education trip and were scheduled to return Friday night. At the national park, they camped in tents, hiked trails, and studied the geology and ecology of the park.
For part of the trip, they were led by Keystone alum David Howk ’17, a professional wildlife guide for Teton Science School.
For the first time since at least 2005, the 8th graders entered through the famous Roosevelt Arch at the north entrance of the park near Gardiner, Montana. Students were also able to see Mammoth Hotsprings.
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