ECMS: A matter of TRUST


Fifty-two East Clinton Middle School students recently traveled to Camp Kern for a three-day, two-night camping experience called Project TRUST — Teaching Respect, Understanding, and Student Teamwork. Students learned about the negative impacts of bullying, how to use teamwork to solve problems, and what it means to respect others. More information about project TRUST can be found at beniceoutthere.com. Shown, Andrea Davis and her family lounging around Pete’s tower where students learn about teamwork and problem solving.

Fifty-two East Clinton Middle School students recently traveled to Camp Kern for a three-day, two-night camping experience called Project TRUST — Teaching Respect, Understanding, and Student Teamwork. Students learned about the negative impacts of bullying, how to use teamwork to solve problems, and what it means to respect others. More information about project TRUST can be found at beniceoutthere.com. Shown, Andrea Davis and her family lounging around Pete’s tower where students learn about teamwork and problem solving.


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Jim Boland leads an activity that teaches students the value that can be found in each and every person around them.


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An East Clinton Middle School student scaling Tango Tower.


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High school counselors dressed up for the Project TRUST dance. East Clinton Local staff who lead this group were Laura Lynch, Steven Sodini, Andrew Ramsay, Bryce Martin, Andrea Davis. and Laura Sizemore. Special thanks to Carol Foell, Jim Boland and Camp Kern.


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Fifty-two East Clinton Middle School students recently traveled to Camp Kern for a three-day, two-night camping experience called Project TRUST — Teaching Respect, Understanding, and Student Teamwork. Students learned about the negative impacts of bullying, how to use teamwork to solve problems, and what it means to respect others. More information about project TRUST can be found at beniceoutthere.com. Shown, Andrea Davis and her family lounging around Pete’s tower where students learn about teamwork and problem solving.

Jim Boland leads an activity that teaches students the value that can be found in each and every person around them.

An East Clinton Middle School student scaling Tango Tower.

High school counselors dressed up for the Project TRUST dance. East Clinton Local staff who lead this group were Laura Lynch, Steven Sodini, Andrew Ramsay, Bryce Martin, Andrea Davis. and Laura Sizemore. Special thanks to Carol Foell, Jim Boland and Camp Kern.

Fifty-two East Clinton Middle School students recently traveled to Camp Kern for a three-day, two-night camping experience called Project TRUST — Teaching Respect, Understanding, and Student Teamwork. Students learned about the negative impacts of bullying, how to use teamwork to solve problems, and what it means to respect others. More information about project TRUST can be found at beniceoutthere.com. Shown, Andrea Davis and her family lounging around Pete’s tower where students learn about teamwork and problem solving.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2016/11/web1_trust-7.jpgFifty-two East Clinton Middle School students recently traveled to Camp Kern for a three-day, two-night camping experience called Project TRUST — Teaching Respect, Understanding, and Student Teamwork. Students learned about the negative impacts of bullying, how to use teamwork to solve problems, and what it means to respect others. More information about project TRUST can be found at beniceoutthere.com. Shown, Andrea Davis and her family lounging around Pete’s tower where students learn about teamwork and problem solving. Courtesy photos

Jim Boland leads an activity that teaches students the value that can be found in each and every person around them.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2016/11/web1_trust-1.jpgJim Boland leads an activity that teaches students the value that can be found in each and every person around them. Courtesy photos

An East Clinton Middle School student scaling Tango Tower.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2016/11/web1_trust-5.jpgAn East Clinton Middle School student scaling Tango Tower. Courtesy photos

High school counselors dressed up for the Project TRUST dance. East Clinton Local staff who lead this group were Laura Lynch, Steven Sodini, Andrew Ramsay, Bryce Martin, Andrea Davis. and Laura Sizemore. Special thanks to Carol Foell, Jim Boland and Camp Kern.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2016/11/web1_trust-3.jpgHigh school counselors dressed up for the Project TRUST dance. East Clinton Local staff who lead this group were Laura Lynch, Steven Sodini, Andrew Ramsay, Bryce Martin, Andrea Davis. and Laura Sizemore. Special thanks to Carol Foell, Jim Boland and Camp Kern. Courtesy photos