Cougar Challenge builds community

Students and faculty take time out of class to team build and create positive environment.

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Ed Larsen

Principal James Cross leads the closing activity for Friday's Cougar Challenge. Students and faculty spent a half team enjoying team building activities and engaging in positive interaction.

County Line staff

Students and faculty met Friday for the second round of Cougar Challenge this year. School administrators and student leaders co-plan the day’s training and interaction event as a way of building strong community and a positive interaction environment in the school.

The second round of Cougar Challenge allowed a new group of students and faculty to interact after the first round took place in October.

Principal James Cross leads the closing activity for Friday's Cougar Challenge. Students and faculty spent a half team enjoying team building activities and engaging in positive interaction.
Ed Larsen
Principal James Cross leads the closing activity for Friday’s Cougar Challenge. Students and faculty spent a half team enjoying team building activities and engaging in positive interaction.
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Students and faculty come forward during Cougar Challenge activities in response to barrier breaking questions. The event Friday was the second round of CC this year and provided positive environment building activities for all participating.
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The second round of Cougar Challenge Friday provided an opportunity for approximately 100 students and faculty to become better acquainted and to discuss ways to support each other in activities that improve positive interaction at school.