TFA Trailmarkers

 Through the development of SMART goals and reflective writing students explore skills that will help them Grow, Lead and Solve

Local Food and Learning Event

Maine students sourcing, preparing, and serving Maine ingredients

Communication, Collaboration, Innovation

Working collaboratively students are challenged to solve real world issues and design an innovative solution utilizing clean energy

Exploration and Discovery Multi Media Presentation

Through digital storytelling students share their learning journey on a variety of topics as they discover more about themselves and the events that have shaped the world around them.

Pay it Forward 

Students select, plan, and implement a service learning project based on a community asset or need that evaluates the project’s effectiveness and civic contribution.

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