“Winter can be an unpredictable time to explore outdoor learning in Minnesota; however, many students and teachers in Prior Lake-Savage Area Schools continue to engage in exciting E-STEM activities and embrace the weather.
To make E-STEM truly work for students, it takes committed, dedicated teachers and support staff to make it happen. Last month, during our student early release day, staff came together for professional development in support of our district’s strategic plan and priority work.
Early childhood — fifth-grade educators braved the elements with naturalists from Wolf Ridge Environmental Learning Center, the Jeffers Foundation and the Raptor Center to learn how to integrate outdoor learning into their curriculum…”
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