Crow Canyon Archaeological Adventure Opportunity:
Every other year (first week of summer), sponsors from Laurel Elementary takes about 20 students, grades 4 and 5, to Crow Canyon in Cortez. This opportunity is completely voluntary and fundraising will occur throughout the school year to help pay for the trip. In this five-day, six-night program, students learn the basics of Pueblo Indians history, work with artifacts in a real archaeological laboratory, and excavate at a simulated site presenting one of three different time periods in Pueblo history. Throughout the given school year, students attend monthly meetings to strengthen relationships with their fellow “Crow Canyonites” and to gain knowledge about the trip. It’s a wonderful opportunity that your son/daughter won’t want to miss!
Meeting frequency and times vary ***Next trip with be: June 1-7, 2014***
Contact: Leah Roberts (Counselor), firstname.lastname@example.org