In the previous column, I talked about the certain details that started our school trips we put together when I still taught at Woodward-Granger High School. There was a lot of planning that went into those trips, however the really fun part was being around the students as they experienced things they had never experienced before.

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Steve Richardson

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Steve Rose

Nice, Steve. I never got to take kids (high school kids, anyhow) that far, but after Reading this piece I went back through my treasure trove of teaching & coaching junior and senior high students. What a bunch of treasures you helped me unpack.

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