SEEDS Summer Adventure Series is for all Kalkaska High School students who want to explore the natural world, while learning how to grow as caring, compassionate citizens.
Students in the SEEDS Summer Adventure Series will still be learning, but it will look much different than the school-day classroom. Students will be exploring local areas during daily field trips, asking their own questions and searching for the answers. They will expand their knowledge of our local lands, people and animals in fun and adventurous ways.
We will also learn how we can make a difference by offering to help at local community gardens and parks, and through interaction with community members and local organizations.
Programming will run from 9 am - 3 pm, Mondays through Thursday, starting on June 17th and ending August 1st. Breakfast and lunch will be served every day. We will meet at the SEEDS KHS room before heading off-site on various adventure trips.
Free! However, a deposit of $5 is required for each week your student enrolls. This deposit is refunded upon completion of the week attended.
Come for all six weeks or come for only those weeks that spark your interests.
To register, call Michelle Denoyer at 231.357.1396. Enrollment is limited; please register before June 1st.
Spend the week on Northern Michigan rivers with your own personal watercraft (kayak). Suitable for beginners.
Students will acquire skills in blacksmithing, leather tooling, jewelry making, survival techniques, and much more.
Join other area students in TC and plan on jamming, writing and experiencing music in all its forms.
Spend the week on some of Northern Michigan's most challenging waterways. Students must have prior permission before attending. Call Mo at 231.357.1396 for approval.
Tour and participate at local family-operated CSAs. Help harvest and prepare lunch. Then end the day with a dip in the closest swimming hole. Students who attend this will receive a $25 gift certificate to Cherry Street Market.
Spend the week camping and exploring the wonders of Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.This week is only available for students that attend at least two previous camp weeks.