Two teachers from North Star Elementary took their classes on a field trip to Mill Bay Beach on Sept. 11. The children walked on a trail that led from the school to the beach and, once there, they looked for salmon, went tide pooling and enjoyed the sunny, breezy day. The field trip reflected an increasing trend of holding classes outdoors as people try to social distance to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Such trips provide the opportunity for children to explore, play and observe nature, wildlife and the world around them.
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The meals include fresh fruit, juice, milk, chocolate milk, occasionally a little treat, and a main dish, such as pizza, chicken nuggets or a pork sandwich for warming up.