By Henry Netherland

SSHS students hit the trails at Placid Lake


Henry Netherland, Pathfinder

A group of SSHS students, led by SSHS math teacher Mary Stone, English teacher Brian Bennion and Lindsey Bona-Eggeman of Missoula Weed District, pulling knapweed along the Lakeview trail as part of the school's Community Discovery Day.

SEELEY LAKE - Seeley-Swan High School students took their learning schedule outside at Placid Lake during the school's Community Discovery Day Wednesday, May 12.

Trace Stone, social studies and Spanish teacher, organized the event with science teacher Shelby Holmes. He said that previously the day has been either more service or educationally oriented, however, this year was a combination of both. He believes it has been around for at least a decade. 

"The fundamental reason [of the day] is to try to give kids excuses to get outside as much as possible and enjoy our place and improve our p...

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