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‘Falcon Pride’ takes students to camp

Midway ISD Clay County Texas

Showing trust in his fellow Midway ISD students, Ben Forester falls back into their arms during an exercise at Camp Chaparral in Iowa Park.

Students of Midway High School went to Camp Chaparral at Iowa Park to participate in the Challenge Course Program, or Ropes Course, Saturday, Sept. 10.

The activity was a part of the Falcon Pride program to help students build teamwork, initiative, cooperation, leadership, trust and communication. A good time was had by all and students ate hamburgers after the program.

This week, Saturday, Sept. 24, grades sixth through eighth will go to Camp to participate in the ROPES course.


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