To say that this year of outdoor education has been unpredictable would be a major understatement. From floods to Covid, from snow weeks to crazy mild weather, this year has certainly had it all. This trip to Jericho Beach was no exception as a lack of district bussing availability threatened to derail what is arguably one of the most memorable trips on the Outdoor Education calendar. However, thanks to several parent volunteers stepping up this trip was able to go ahead and the trip filled up with many keen participants. However, true to form for this year a mild Spring climate resulted in a rainy day on the beach. Though this didn’t stop students from making the best of a less than ideal situation as they found enjoyment in the water during their sailing and canoeing. Highlights of the trip included Kayden and Brandon dumping their canoe, and students braving the cold Jericho waters for a little bit of swimming. Usually this trip does have great weather so I guess you can’t win them all! Outdoor Education students (and anyone else who wants to) leave a 100 word response below.