Students explore natural world at Point Reyes
Students from Will C. Wood Middle School traveled to Point Reyes National Seashore last month where many of them experienced both the ocean and campfire s’mores for the very time. The 35 students and their chaperones stayed at the Clem Miller Education Center, a facility that includes five cabins and a large lodge for teaching, eating and hanging out. Kids hiked over 20 miles, learned native fauna and flora, visited a Miwok Village, studied the health of a creek and created a database report. Said one student: “It was a great experience to learn so many things in nature and see tide pools for the first time! I even picked up a jelly fish off of the beach!” Kudos to chaperones Nicole Costanzo, Marni Culy Wolf, Bruce Boyer and parents Sandra Tye and Mr. Thao.