Learning to love nature in an outdoor classroom

Community members and students at Kent Center School’s ribbon cutting ceremony for its outdoor classroom on Thursday, June 7. Photo by Lans Christensen

KENT — Kent Center School held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Thursday, June 7, to celebrate its outdoor classroom, with students from kindergarten to eighth grade in attendance.

Also there were community  members and political candidates Brian Ohler, who is running for re-election as state representative for the 64th District; his opponent, Maria Horn; and David Lawson, who is running for state senator for the 30th District.

Josh Swzed, who is a seventh- and eighth-grade teacher at the school, was the master of ceremonies. 

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