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Activity Week. Lots of Enthusiasm, Some Tears.

#Trekking in the Himalayas

06 Oct Activity Week. Lots of Enthusiasm, Some Tears.

It’s that time of year again when plans are made and remade, gear, tents, rations, medical supplies, logistics and laments are all sorted out and resolved one by one. There’s this sense of anticipation lingering over campus, but not for long. Activity week starts as early as tomorrow for advanced treks and later in week for some others; the whole school leaves for their respective destination by Monday for sure. Projects are as interesting as always.

ECP & KG: Plants & Community Helpers
G 1 & 2: Food & Carbon footprint
G 3 & 4: Mountain formation and habitat
G 5: Rajaji
G 6:  (Shivpuri)
G 7:  (Ranichauri)
G 8: White‐water Expedition

#Rafting Trip 2014

#Rafting Trip 2014

G 9: Gaird Village
G 9: Sarab Talla Village
G 9: Takarna Village
G 9: Khaas Kudaon

 

#VillageVisit

#VillageVisit2014

G 10: Trek Rupin ‐ Supin
G 10: Trek Changsheel
G 10: Trek Kedar Kantha
G 10: Trek Har Ki Dun
G 11: Bradsaar Expedition

G 11: Health Communications Bihar
G11: Social Entrepreneurship ‐Bir, Himachal
G11: Biodiversity Project
G11: AP Human Geography (Dharamsala)
G 12: Humans of Rajasthan

#Dharamshalla

#Dharamshala2014

G 12: Dharamsala
G12: Leadership and Wee Expedition
G 12: Kaza‐ Manali Expedition
G 12: Udaan Project ‐ Shimla
Mixed Grade Project: Dunda

 

 

4 Comments
  • Helen Dobson Arnott
    Posted at 16:18h, 09 October Reply

    Sounds wonderful, responsible citizens of the future……how do you ever keep it all straight?!

  • Robert Williams
    Posted at 22:11h, 10 October Reply

    It is now 70 years since I graduated from Woodstock, and I still miss it. I am delighted with the Woodstock website and I especially follow the treks and nature study activities because in the early 1940 years my biology teacher Dr. Flemming got together with my classmate Gordon Young and myself, and we founded the Woodstock Natural History Society and got it affiliated with the Science Clubs of America. It is amazing to me that with such a modest start, Woodstock’s interest in nature study grew until it now encompasses the Hanfil Center! Way to go Woodstock!

    • admin
      Posted at 14:40h, 19 October Reply

      It’s wonderful to hear that Robert. Thank you.

  • Margie Wiltz
    Posted at 02:43h, 17 October Reply

    Cant wait to hear all about the adventures!!

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