Urban Seventh Graders Complete Service Project
The Urban Middle School seventh graders and staff who are on Team 7-2 recently went to Kohler-Andrae State Park for the day. While there, the students and staff pulled mustard and picked up trash on the beach and on the playground. After finishing the service project, the students and their group leaders walked along the sand dunes, took a nature hike and strolled along the beach.
The entire group went to the Nature Center to see all the interesting exhibits and to watch a short movie about the state park and a movie about attracting wild birds. El Camino donated a taco bar lunch. The students even had some free time to play, to relax and just enjoy the great weather for a bit. This day could not have happened if it wasn't for the great parent and staff volunteers; for the donations of gloves from Diamond Vogel Paint and the north side Wal-Mart; for the food donations; and the helpful staff at Kohler-Andrae.
Sheboygan Area School District Press Release
June 2, 2010