SELLERSBURG — Ivy Tech Community College Southern Indiana on Friday celebrated achieving Tree Campus USA status with students, faculty and staff volunteering their time to plant trees, remove debris from trail ways and picking up trash from the neighboring interstate right-of-way. See related photo.
Students who attended the Renaissance Academy's Culture Camp lead other students in an exercise, brainstorming thoughts, fears and opinions of the new learning style and school. The Academy is largely based on projects, working in groups and hands-on education.
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