Tuesday, July 10, 2012

Camp Snowball Day 1


Today our team of student leaders and faculty members involved with the many projects currently going on in Tahoma School district, arrived in Tucson Arizona to attend the five day long camp on Systems Thinking and Sustainability. Upon arrival at the airport, we were greeted with a warm welcome, not only from the sign shown above, but literally, because it was 104 degrees Fahrenheit.  After a quick dip in the pool, the team attended the opening session with special appearances from the mayor of Tucson, Mayor Rothschild, and author Peter Senge. But the session didn't end there, during dinner we were required to engage in an activity that allowed us to meet many more of the people also attending the camp and talk about what work that is happening in their districts and teach them a little about our own. There were a lot of familiar faces from last years Camp session, but also many new faces as well. Overall, the first session was really "cool", and I am looking forward to the first day of our core modules tomorrow. 

Post by Green Team Student Leader, Kathryn 

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