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Wolf Ridge

Wolf Ridge is an environmental camp located along the North Shore of Minnesota. Typically, sixth-grade students attend a week-long trip where learning activities address the following skills:

  • Fostering awareness, curiosity, and sensitivity to the natural world
  • Providing lifelong learning experiences in nature
  • Developing social understanding, respect, and cooperation
  • Modeling values, behaviors, and technologies which lead to a sustainable lifestyle
  • Promoting the concepts of conservation and stewardship

This year, the sixth grade trip to ELC is February 13-17th, 2023.  Students will need to arrive at school by 5:45 a.m. on Monday morning and be picked up by 5:30 p.m. on Friday evening.

The cost of the trip will be ∼$330.  Students are able to fundraise by selling candy during the month of October. Checks can be written out to Watertown Mayer Middle School.  If you would like to sponsor a child who is unable to afford to go, you can also send a payment to the middle school office.

More information can be found in this Wolf Ridge Parent Letter.

Questions and concerns about the trip can be addressed to Karen Veches.


Coordinator:  Karen Veches

Wolf Ridge