HOLLAND, Mich. (AP) — A school in western Michigan is taking learning outdoors as a way to help keep students and teachers safe from the coronavirus.
The Holland Sentinel reports Friday that Holland Christian elementary level teachers went through a so-called boot camp on outdoor education with the Outdoor Discovery Center.
The Outdoor Discovery Center conducted the training Aug. 17 on an 84-acre property the school district gained access to for educational purposes.
Rynsburger noted that teachers will not be required to participate in outdoor learning.
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