The Outdoor Education Academy is the centre of attention at J.L. Crowe Secondary School since the second batch of ducklings arrived earlier this month.
This program, for grades 11 and 12, provides life-changing experiences for students through a variety of activities such as wilderness cooking, trip planning, and mountain navigation. The students also help out in the garden which consists of two greenhouses, one outside and one inside, and the community garden. A coop also houses the six new ducklings, which also teaches students about raising and caring for animals. Read More…
April 26, 2016