Just before Spring Break, the middle school took one of our favorite adventure trips of the year, to the Calleva Ropes Course! The students got outside of their comfort zones and overcame their fear of heights by completing four ropes course challenges. Three of them were "high elements," which meants getting up to thirty feet off the ground. The first, Bauer's Bonanza, required students to communicate with their peers on the ground in order to cross wooden beams fifteen feet off the ground. The groups's favorite challenge, the Giant Swing, got everyone's adrenaline pumping. Students were hoisted thirty feet in the air, and then pulled a clip to drop themselves. This trip is a great way to see the kids work together outside of the classroom, and we couldn't have had a more beautiful day to experience it all!