There’s no better classroom than the great outdoors! Grade 10 science students spent a day out at Oak Hammock Marsh studying this amazing and complex ecosystem. We sampled invertebrates, discovered coyote and fox scat and even saw a family of bald eagles. In addition, students explored how marshlands are the kidneys of our planet and help both in regulating water quality and quantity. It was a meaningful day of learning from nature, and one that won’t soon be forgotten.