Elementary’s Great Summer Adventures

Posted on August 25, 2011


Well it’s that time of year when our summer has come to an end. We had a fantastic summer here at the Willows!!! Our summer elementary program was filled with fun and we enjoyed our many field trips that took us all over Colorado as well as our own backyard swimming pool. We hiked around Reynold’s Park in Jefferson County Open Space, caught some fish with the Division of Wildlife at Lake Lehow, biked and hiked our way around Chatfield State Park, toured the house of the Unsinkable Molly Brown, and played field games and had a hot dog roast at Sterne Park. The older elementary children went with us up 10,152 feet to camp in Leadville, we went camping with the younger elementary children to explore the wonder of Rocky Mountain National Park, all three schools joined together for our annual Willows swim meet, and we trekked up to listen to the amazing sounds of the Central City Opera in “Amadigi di Gaula”. To end our fun summer we had our Parent’s Night, which featured a fun and entertaining swim program, a slide show of all the memories that we had made over the summer, and the presentation of all the mini courses that the children have worked so hard on over the course of the summer. This was an amazing and fun filled summer and we look forward to another great summer next year! Thank you again to all of our parents. We will miss all of your wonderful children! See you next summer!


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