Parker School held its annual middle- and upper-school beginning-of-year campout Thursday and Friday, Aug. 29-30. The middle-schoolers spent Thursday at Kalopa Park for a day of orientation and team-building activities, then returned to the Parker campus where they pitched their tents and set up for an evening of games, ghost stories and dancing. The upper-schoolers set up camp and spent their two days of similar activities, all organized and run by the senior class, on the polo field at Kohala Ranch. For more information, please visit www.parkerschoolhawaii.org. Above: Parker middle-schoolers try to get a cookie from forehead to mouth in a team-building game at their annual campout.
Parker School students hold annual campout
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