Aaron Pitts, son of Martin and Patricia Pitts, inhabits his meat suit (his words, not mine). He moved to Ouray school in 2nd grade, and ever since has been bringing random facts, constant sarcasm, and daily laughs to classmates and teachers.
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Snow days at Ouray School feel to students like miracles. No one ever expects one, so it is a big surprise when one is called. On Wednesday, January 18, it snowed like crazy from six until 10 in the morning, and the students all asked, “Why isn’t today a snow day?” There were reasons.
Ouray High School’s Outdoor Education class, a class that most schools aren’t able to offer, was a giant success this fall, offering a chance for students to get more in touch with nature and each other. The teacher, Mr. Chiang, outlined the following goals for the course: “for students to find at least one outdoor passion, to develop an interest and respect for the wilderness, and to have fun challenging themselves and working with their friends.”
I was having a bad day on November 27th. It was the Sunday at the end of Thanksgiving break, I had been isolated with Covid for the entire break, I was stressed. Life was monotonous, and I didn’t know how to guarantee that Monday would be a good day.
We asked kids from each grade what they wanted as holiday gifts, and here’s what they said!
Developing Minds to Match Our Mountains