Life Skills Students Learn Biology and Fly Fishing
Mount Si High School Life Skills students enjoyed a memorable lesson. First, students worked their way through an obstacle course to understand the life cycle of a salmon, and then learned fly fishing techniques from a visiting expert. Needless to say, the kids had a blast learning some science, while practicing social skills, along with some fine and gross motor skills. Love those smiles!
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