CATERPILLAR Sophie Jell, a Grade 1 student at Trout Creek Elementary School, holds a caterpillar she found during the school’s recent Get Outside and Play Day on Friday. Kirsten Odian, principal of the elementary school, said outdoor learning has been a focus at the school this year. (John Arendt - Summerland Review)

Summerland students participate in outdoor learning activities

Trout Creek School holds outdoor education day for its students

Students at Trout Creek School in Summerland enjoyed a time of outdoor education on Friday morning at Sunoka Provincial Park.

The school’s students from Kindergarten to Grade 3 were at the park for Get Outside and Play Day.

Kirsten Odian, principal of the elementary school, said outdoor learning has been a focus at the school this year.

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STICKS AND STONES Students at Trout Creek Elementary School arrange sticks during Get Outside and Play Day on Friday. From left are Carter Gill and Morgan Yopyk in Kindergarten and Grade 3 students Karis Jantz and Maci Dixon. (John Arendt - Summerland Review)

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