Montrose County School District is hosting multiple feedback sessions for K-12 students on a new outdoor education center next to their office. The next feedback sessions will take place August 11 and August 28.
The idea for an ADA accessible space for outdoor learning originally came from an application for a RISE Grant from the state, but the district was not chosen as a recipient. Still, they're going forward with the plan regardless and received some funding from another source.
Because the feedback sessions are specifically for students, I wanted to ask here: What do you think of outdoor education in Montrose? Is it worth the investment from the district? Do you think there's benefit to be gained from learning outside?