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  • Seventh-grade students from Henniker Community School attended environmental camp the week of Sept. 3 at Sargent Center in Hancock. TJ Woodbury shows off a frog he found. Students also assembled a catamaran from pine poles, rope and two canoes; explored the night sky locating constellations, stars, the moon and planets; and learned about predators and prey in nature. The students were joined all week by teachers Peter Adamo and Sara Richards. Teachers Tim Beale, Jess Dostie, Susan Caplan, Betsy Bartolotti and John Helfrich also joined in on various days. The week wrapped up with a campfire where each student group prepared a skit or song about their week’s experiences.<br/>

    Seventh-grade students from Henniker Community School attended environmental camp the week of Sept. 3 at Sargent Center in Hancock. TJ Woodbury shows off a frog he found. Students also assembled a catamaran from pine poles, rope and two canoes; explored the night sky locating constellations, stars, the moon and planets; and learned about predators and prey in nature. The students were joined all week by teachers Peter Adamo and Sara Richards. Teachers Tim Beale, Jess Dostie, Susan Caplan, Betsy Bartolotti and John Helfrich also joined in on various days. The week wrapped up with a campfire where each student group prepared a skit or song about their week’s experiences.

  • Seventh-grade students from Henniker Community School attended environmental camp the week of Sept. 3 at Sargent Center in Hancock. Payton Harding and Carson Patenaude prepare for the ropes course. Students also assembled a catamaran from pine poles, rope and two canoes; explored the night sky locating constellations, stars, the moon and planets; and learned about predators and prey in nature. The students were joined all week by teachers Peter Adamo and Sara Richards. Teachers Tim Beale, Jess Dostie, Susan Caplan, Betsy Bartolotti and John Helfrich also joined in on various days. The week wrapped up with a campfire where each student group prepared a skit or song about their week’s experiences.<br/>

    Seventh-grade students from Henniker Community School attended environmental camp the week of Sept. 3 at Sargent Center in Hancock. Payton Harding and Carson Patenaude prepare for the ropes course. Students also assembled a catamaran from pine poles, rope and two canoes; explored the night sky locating constellations, stars, the moon and planets; and learned about predators and prey in nature. The students were joined all week by teachers Peter Adamo and Sara Richards. Teachers Tim Beale, Jess Dostie, Susan Caplan, Betsy Bartolotti and John Helfrich also joined in on various days. The week wrapped up with a campfire where each student group prepared a skit or song about their week’s experiences.

  • Seventh-grade students from Henniker Community School attended environmental camp the week of Sept. 3 at Sargent Center in Hancock. Stella Aucoin, Katie Brennan and Aria Ulmer immerse themselves in the role of aquatic biologists. Students also assembled a catamaran from pine poles, rope and two canoes; explored the night sky locating constellations, stars, the moon and planets; and learned about predators and prey in nature. The students were joined all week by teachers Peter Adamo and Sara Richards. Teachers Tim Beale, Jess Dostie, Susan Caplan, Betsy Bartolotti and John Helfrich also joined in on various days. The week wrapped up with a campfire where each student group prepared a skit or song about their week’s experiences.<br/>

    Seventh-grade students from Henniker Community School attended environmental camp the week of Sept. 3 at Sargent Center in Hancock. Stella Aucoin, Katie Brennan and Aria Ulmer immerse themselves in the role of aquatic biologists. Students also assembled a catamaran from pine poles, rope and two canoes; explored the night sky locating constellations, stars, the moon and planets; and learned about predators and prey in nature. The students were joined all week by teachers Peter Adamo and Sara Richards. Teachers Tim Beale, Jess Dostie, Susan Caplan, Betsy Bartolotti and John Helfrich also joined in on various days. The week wrapped up with a campfire where each student group prepared a skit or song about their week’s experiences.

  • Seventh-grade students from Henniker Community School attended environmental camp the week of Sept. 3 at Sargent Center in Hancock. Billy Lyons tries his hand at blacksmithing. Students also assembled a catamaran from pine poles, rope and two canoes; explored the night sky locating constellations, stars, the moon and planets; and learned about predators and prey in nature. The students were joined all week by teachers Peter Adamo and Sara Richards. Teachers Tim Beale, Jess Dostie, Susan Caplan, Betsy Bartolotti and John Helfrich also joined in on various days. The week wrapped up with a campfire where each student group prepared a skit or song about their week’s experiences.<br/>

    Seventh-grade students from Henniker Community School attended environmental camp the week of Sept. 3 at Sargent Center in Hancock. Billy Lyons tries his hand at blacksmithing. Students also assembled a catamaran from pine poles, rope and two canoes; explored the night sky locating constellations, stars, the moon and planets; and learned about predators and prey in nature. The students were joined all week by teachers Peter Adamo and Sara Richards. Teachers Tim Beale, Jess Dostie, Susan Caplan, Betsy Bartolotti and John Helfrich also joined in on various days. The week wrapped up with a campfire where each student group prepared a skit or song about their week’s experiences.

  • Seventh-grade students from Henniker Community School attended environmental camp the week of Sept. 3 at Sargent Center in Hancock. TJ Woodbury shows off a frog he found. Students also assembled a catamaran from pine poles, rope and two canoes; explored the night sky locating constellations, stars, the moon and planets; and learned about predators and prey in nature. The students were joined all week by teachers Peter Adamo and Sara Richards. Teachers Tim Beale, Jess Dostie, Susan Caplan, Betsy Bartolotti and John Helfrich also joined in on various days. The week wrapped up with a campfire where each student group prepared a skit or song about their week’s experiences.<br/>
  • Seventh-grade students from Henniker Community School attended environmental camp the week of Sept. 3 at Sargent Center in Hancock. Payton Harding and Carson Patenaude prepare for the ropes course. Students also assembled a catamaran from pine poles, rope and two canoes; explored the night sky locating constellations, stars, the moon and planets; and learned about predators and prey in nature. The students were joined all week by teachers Peter Adamo and Sara Richards. Teachers Tim Beale, Jess Dostie, Susan Caplan, Betsy Bartolotti and John Helfrich also joined in on various days. The week wrapped up with a campfire where each student group prepared a skit or song about their week’s experiences.<br/>
  • Seventh-grade students from Henniker Community School attended environmental camp the week of Sept. 3 at Sargent Center in Hancock. Stella Aucoin, Katie Brennan and Aria Ulmer immerse themselves in the role of aquatic biologists. Students also assembled a catamaran from pine poles, rope and two canoes; explored the night sky locating constellations, stars, the moon and planets; and learned about predators and prey in nature. The students were joined all week by teachers Peter Adamo and Sara Richards. Teachers Tim Beale, Jess Dostie, Susan Caplan, Betsy Bartolotti and John Helfrich also joined in on various days. The week wrapped up with a campfire where each student group prepared a skit or song about their week’s experiences.<br/>
  • Seventh-grade students from Henniker Community School attended environmental camp the week of Sept. 3 at Sargent Center in Hancock. Billy Lyons tries his hand at blacksmithing. Students also assembled a catamaran from pine poles, rope and two canoes; explored the night sky locating constellations, stars, the moon and planets; and learned about predators and prey in nature. The students were joined all week by teachers Peter Adamo and Sara Richards. Teachers Tim Beale, Jess Dostie, Susan Caplan, Betsy Bartolotti and John Helfrich also joined in on various days. The week wrapped up with a campfire where each student group prepared a skit or song about their week’s experiences.<br/>

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