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The Bounders outdoor education program challenges students in an energetic, non-competitive setting to take healthy risks; develop self-reliance, problem-solving, and risk assessment skills; work within a group, taking on a leadership role, and communicating with others; and connect to the natural world.

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Bounders Trip - Pawtuckaway State Park (Grade 6)

OCTOBER 18-20, 2018

This crew spent two nights camping at Pawtuckaway State Park. The first day the trip started with some indoor rock climbing then we headed to our campsite to prepare for the coldest night of October so far. Hot water bottles, supportive tent mates and lots of extra blankets helped everyone get through the night. On Friday we spent the day exploring and playing games in a hemlock grove filled with large granite boulders next to the lake. The temps were much more bearable on Friday. The evening was spent by the campfire which was made with a bow drill fire set by a group of motivated students.

Bounders Forest Fridays - Forest Games & Climbing (Grades 3 & 4)


Sudbury River Canoe Trip (Grade 7)

SEPTEMBER 21, 2018

Rangeley Lakes Canoe Expedition (Grade 8)

SEPTEMBER 5-9, 2018

Trip to Lake Mooselookmeguntic, Maine (Grade 7)

June 7-10, 2018