The middle of July marked the end of another successful year of SUN classes! Fifty students hung out with us for four weeks this summer, and together we explored everything from how to set up a tent, to making a Korean dish called kim bap to learning about solar energy. We went on treasure hunts, made sponge bombs, and learned to identify animal tracks. We did art, used compasses, and talked to a man from Ghana. We learned so much! The end of summer SUN marks a significant time, as we said goodbye to our beloved Ms. V. She will be leaving Bridger to go teach her very own class of students at a charter school in NE Portland. Her fourth and fifth graders will be so lucky to have her! We will miss her dearly around here. The SUN office and after school programming will not be the same without her. The hunt will begin soon to find a new Extended Day Activities Coordinator for Bridger SUN.