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In Carroll, Outdoor School's 'cultural tradition' may face budget reality
Superintendent says cuts could threaten program's future
For 36 years, sixth-grade students in Carroll County Public Schools have taken turns living at Hashawha for a week, learning lessons of environmental science and participating in what its director describes as "a cultural tradition" in Carroll. Teachers use the environmental center to impart lessons that they hope students will take with them into the future, but lately there are concerns about the future of Outdoor School itself.
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