Fifth grade students traveled to Walker Lake Fish Hatchery for “Conservation Days.” Stations included games and learning about pollinators, recycling, erosion, water conservation, walleye harvest, and soil conservation.
Honors Biology students swept the top three places at the regional Envirothon yesterday!
The Flying Otters ended its inaugural season Sunday, May 1st by traveling to Target Field for the National Championships!
Our own Carson Oliphant finished in fifth place, and would have been in the final four had it not been for one unfortunate hang-up with a tunnel. The video doesn’t show the flying, as it’s so fast it doesn’t capture well, but hopefully it gives you a taste of what we experienced!
Thanks to Matthew Danielson for being a faithful mentor/co-coach, and to Bell Bank and Titan Machinery for donating funds for our trip. Truly, truly appreciated!