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Bullitt Alternative Center Students Work as Team Members to Complete Low Level Obstacle Courses
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. Students used teamwork and communication skills to complete numerous low level obstacle courses such as placing planks to maneuver over a very narrow walkway. BAC student Dylan Gaddis works to place a plank in order for his team to complete the course. BAC student teamwork in action! 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 teacher Edwina Pennington, BAC counselor Jordan Atwell and student Bradley Collett work as a team to complete a scavenger hunt. 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 Students David Voils and Brian Patterson use teamwork and communication skills to balance across a tightrope wire. BAC students work together to snag a rope on an obstacle course. BAC students listen to instructions prior to a challenge.
Bullitt County Public Schools
1040 Highway 44 East
Shepherdsville, KY 40165