Post Falls escaped the indoors today on their snow science field trip to Mt. Spokane State Park. Students snowshoed a mile up to the Bald Mountain picnic area where they worked with a variety of community partners to dig snow pits and collect data.
Thank you to everyone who came out to help!
Kat Hall – Lands Council; Becky Rittenburg, Zion Klos, Kathleen Torso, Marie Pengilly & Jim Ekins – UI; Brendan Jackson; Laura Laumatia – Coeur d’Alene Tribe; Jamie Brunner – DEQ; Dan Frigard – USFS
We made the Coeur d’Alene Press!
Students, please reflect on these questions in the comment section. Answer all of them and leave your first name and last initial.
1.) What is the most valuable thing you learned on the snow science trip?
2.) How does snowpack impact you and your community?
3.) What was your favorite part of the day?
4.) What adult did you work closely with and what did you learn from him/her?
5.) In our effort to show how biology intertwines with English, what did you find on the trip that relates to Julius Caeser? Send your photo to firstname.lastname@example.org.