Outdoor education

Third grade students from Christopher Faulkner's class at Lillie B. Haynes Elementary look at different forms of marine life during an outdoor educational day on Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at Hole-in-the-Wall beach in Niantic. The annual stormwater classroom day for all third graders in East Lyme focused on the impact human's have on the Long Island Sound. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)
Third grade students from Christopher Faulkner's class at Lillie B. Haynes Elementary look at different forms of marine life during an outdoor educational day on Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at Hole-in-the-Wall beach in Niantic. The annual stormwater classroom day for all third graders in East Lyme focused on the impact human's have on the Long Island Sound. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

Third grade students from Christopher Faulkner's class at Lillie B. Haynes Elementary look at different forms of marine life during an outdoor educational day on Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at Hole-in-the-Wall beach in Niantic.

The annual stormwater classroom day for all third graders in East Lyme focused on the impact humans have on the Long Island Sound.

Third grade students from Steve Kirsch's class at Flanders Elementary School take a break to play in the sand during an outdoor educational day on Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at Hole-in-the-Wall beach in Niantic. The annual stormwater classroom day for all third graders in East Lyme focused on the impact human's have on the Long Island Sound. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)
Third grade students from Steve Kirsch's class at Flanders Elementary School take a break to play in the sand during an outdoor educational day on Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at Hole-in-the-Wall beach in Niantic. The annual stormwater classroom day for all third graders in East Lyme focused on the impact human's have on the Long Island Sound. (Sarah Gordon/The Day)

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