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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.

Contact

Coordinator:  Karen Veches
kveches@wm.k12.mn.us
952-955-0461

Wolf Ridge

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