McKim students buddy-up

Buddy Camps pair up students from different grades.

McKim students build trust at Buddy Camp.

McKim started the year by building on its strong Grade 4-7 culture through Buddy Camps out at Wycliffe Park.  Teachers have buddied their class with another class from a different grade and together they enjoyed a day focussed on hands on learning with environmental curriculum programs from Wildsight and Wild Voices for Kids.  Additionally, students and staff embraced the outdoor classroom by building relationships through cooperative games and activities.  Thank you goes out to McKim PAC for their support as well as Wildsight and Wild Voices for their outstanding educational programming.  It was because of the planning efforts by Mr. Loftsgard and Ms. Turcon, as well as our wonderful parent volunteer community, that these camps were so successful.

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