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Bullitt Alternative Center Students Work as Team Members to Complete Low Level Obstacle Courses
BAC students listen to instructions prior to a challenge. BAC students work together to snag a rope on an obstacle course. BAC Students David Voils and Brian Patterson use teamwork and communication skills to balance across a tightrope wire. The key understanding that BAC students gathered was communication is a vital element of effective teams.  Whether a sports team, a family unit, or in this case, a classroom team, all members must communicate positively and effectively to succeed. BAC teacher Edwina Pennington, BAC counselor Jordan Atwell and student Bradley Collett work as a team to complete a scavenger hunt. Each team also discussed that each person’s role could either contribute to or detract from a team’s effectiveness.  Each obstacle course required that students contribute to complete each course BAC student teamwork in action! BAC student Dylan Gaddis works to place a plank in order for his team to complete the course. Students used teamwork and communication skills to complete numerous low level obstacle courses such as placing planks to maneuver over a very narrow walkway. Bullitt Alternative Center students visited Camp Crooked Creek April 30 to participate in the low level obstacle course challenge. One example was standing on a log then rearranging themselves based on shoe size without falling off.