On May 11th the elementary students of Centura Public Schools were able to participate in a staycation. With the help of creative teacher planning, donations and the use of Harder’s property, students were able to experience a day outside in nature. Some of the activities included a nature walk, tree ring discovery, fishing, making smores, animal tracks, creating bird feeders, insect identification, as well as bubbles and sidewalk chalk. Some of our students even caught their first fish or enjoyed their first smore. Students and teachers alike enjoyed a fun filled day of learning and exploring.