Earning the title of "Trail Guide" at SBCS is the highest honor a scholar can receive. Trail Guides are exemplars of the Habits of Scholarship, those who consistently exceed expectations for Responsibility, Integrity, Empathy, Autonomy, Quality Work, and Perseverance. In 2018-2019 six scholars earned this honor.
2nd Grade went to the Piedmont Learning Center to investigate more about bees, pollinators, and native/invasive plants which they have been studying in expedition.
On Friday May 31st, SBCS 7th grade girls went on an outing to the Loch Raven reservoir. The participants made goals for the outing which included: to learn/improve canoeing skills, build stronger bonds within the group, and have a fun experience in nature. To reach goal #1 adult volunteers teamed up with each 7th grader to work one-on-one on canoeing technique.
Look at the fun third grade had at the Chesapeake Bay Environmental Center!
Please join us for Culminating Event on June 14th!
Please join us at dismissal on June 19th to celebrate this year!
8th graders enjoyed nature and celebrated the completion of middle school at Sandy Point.
Sixth grade students spent a week at NorthBay, stepping outside of their comfort zones and deepening their crew bonds.
On Friday, April 26th and May 10th the BICO Club went bicycle riding in Carroll Park. On these outings participants learned how to properly size and adjust the fit of a helmet. In addition, the group practiced how to check a bike before you ride:
A - Check the air in both tires
B - Check the brakes
C - Check the Chain
The BICO Club went camping at Patapsco Valley State Park on May 17th. Sixteen youth and four adults spent over 20 hours straight out in nature! Everyone gained experience around how to pitch a tent to stay dry and clean. Also, participants deepened their understanding of how to start a campfire and make the perfect s’more – depending on personal preferences.