National Junior Honor Society Students Receive Leadership Training
Sixty-five eighth grade students belonging to National Junior Honor Society, along with five chaperones, took a trip to Beaver Camp on May 17.
The purpose of the trip was to offer the students training in leadership and teamwork. While there, and to reinforce the mission of the trip, the students completed both the high elements rope courses and low elements challenge courses.
Beaver Camp is located in Lowville. It is owned and operated by the Adirondack Mennonite Camping Association and a group of approximately 220 member families. The camp offers various programs for children and adults designed to teach leadership skills and promote positive relationships.