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Students take inaugural field trip to Moab

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Photo courtesy Chris Hinger Eighth grade students from Pagosa Springs Middle School stop by a creek in Negro Bill Canyon during a field trip to Moab, Utah.  All students on the Moab trip got the chance to hike up to Morning Glory Arch via the Negro Bill Canyon trail.

Photo courtesy Chris Hinger
Eighth grade students from Pagosa Springs Middle School stop by a creek in Negro Bill Canyon during a field trip to Moab, Utah. All students on the Moab trip got the chance to hike up to Morning Glory Arch via the Negro Bill Canyon trail.

Eighth-grade students at Pagosa Springs Middle School took the first of hopefully many class trips to Moab, Utah, Oct. 8-10. The SUN caught up with school principal Chris Hinger last week to talk about the trip.

“It was an amazing trip,” said Hinger, “it rivaled the Bandelier trip the seventh graders take each year.”

 

This story was posted on October 24, 2013.