Camp CEAL Students Hike Rocky Mtn.

Camp CEAL Students Hike Rocky Mtn.
Posted on 05/18/2018
Camp CEAL RFA Students and 4th graders in the Camp CEAL program spent the day hiking Rocky Mountain in Inlet on Thursday, May 17th.

camp CEAL adventure on Rocky Mountain
About Camp CEAL:
The CEAL Leadership course design is for students to explore leadership, character education skills and adventure activities. Students are trained in leadership skills, character education and activity programming. Students practice leading activities in a classroom setting, then take their skills out into the community for a service-learning project – Camp CEAL. During Camp CEAL, high school students will direct after-school recreational activities to Rome’s fourth-grade students. Some activities include group games, group cooperatives, fitness, health, arts and crafts, skits/drama, and cultural activities. Planned adventure trips include ice fishing, snowshoeing, aquatic skills (kayaking and swimming), camping/hiking skills and a hiking trip.


This course is a great opportunity for students to develop leadership skills and can benefit students going into careers such as education, business, science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Upon successful course completion, each student earns .5 Physical Education credit toward his/her graduation requirements.


Photos from CEAL advisor, Melissa O'Rourke

Rocky Mountain climers

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