Animal Husbandry involves a donkey, ducks, chickens, goats, and our new barn cats. Kids feed animals on a daily basis, prepare their food, clean up after feeding and protect them. Working with the animals helps to foster a more empathetic community and compassion in our students for their world.
Animals to observe
These are animals that are existent on campus that our kids get to observe. Squirrels, turtles, fish, armadillos, opossums, raccoons, dragonflies and damselflies, snakes, and a huge variety of birds including owls, great blue herons, hawks, cardinals, hummingbirds and mockingbirds.
Outdoor Classroom Space
Our campus has many interesting outdoor classroom spots like our spider porch.
Students spend time at the creek every afternoon during Nature Literacy. Some choose to play in the creek, while others investigate the surrounding woods.