Pre-K thru Senior Adult Multi-disciplinary Experiential Learning
Since 2009, the MHS Building Technology students constructed two arbors and elevated walkways, Agriculture students cleared the trails, scattered seeds, planted native species, and spread mulch on trails, Biology students cleared trails, studied wetland species and designed plant identification signage, AP Environmental Science students tested water quality for pollutants, Art students designed the red-winged blackbird logo and annually participate in the Photo Contest, Business Systems students will be redesigning the MOLS web site and Madison Elementary Students learn about invasive plants while exercising on the trail system. Participants in the Tiny Tiger Intergenerational Center enjoy the outdoors while walking on the handicap accessible boardwalks and resting on the benches along the trail.
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