“Josh is a hard worker and really poured his heart into this project,” shared Cool. “I knew from the level of detail and thought he put into it that it would turn out great and it really did. My own kids love the trail and everything he added to it has made it more educational and easier to maintain. He should be very proud of how it turned out.”
Gaudet hopes that the Lower and Upper Elementary students enjoy the newly renovated and improved trail. He is thrilled to see CHCA science teachers use the space for teaching beyond the classroom walls. And what next? He plans to lead a Student Organized Service (SOS) group to maintain the trail twice a year!
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