Fourth Grade

Expedition Celebration Park is a two-day trip that gives students the opportunity to learn camping skills while exploring Idaho's rich cultural history. During this trip, they will observe unique petroglyphs, learn about native tribes, and build primitive hammers with fourth grade teacher Trent Herbst. Situated along the Snake River, Celebration Park was established as Idaho’s only archeological park in 1989 ...more

The fourth grade winter trip focuses on surviving and thriving in the backcountry during the winter months. Students spend one night in the Boulder Yurt, beautifully situated in the Smokey Mountains between Baker Creek and Prairie Creek. ...more

Idaho is a state filled with majestic mountains, rivers, and forests that are waiting to be explored. The goal of this trip is to further prepare students for spending time in the mountains ...more

In the Elementary School, children are encouraged to start building a lifelong love of the outdoors. From short treks in the Early Childhood Center to the banks of Trail Creek to explore the local ecosystem, to the epic fifth grade sail through the San Juan Islands, the youngest Cutthroats experience learning in the biggest classroom: the outdoors ...more