Flint River Project

An immersive authentic educational project by Westwood Schools in Camilla, GA US

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Reflection on the Flint River 2009

In the beginning the only reason I was excited about this Flint River Immersion Project was because it'd get me out of school, and instead of doing work in the classroom, we'd all be at the river. Boy was I wrong. I have learned so much about the river, and I realized that the river has always been a part of my life, as well as many others.

People don't understand that the Flint is something so beautiful and pure, but today, it's getting trashed and full of waste because some people… Continue

Posted on May 13, 2009 at 2:00pm

The Flint River Poem by Me (:

The tributary was anything but dreary,

It was living but not animate.

Nothing is able to stop the passion and dedication of its current.

It was unvoiced

but spoke so loudly.

Nature, its best friend,

yet greatest adversary.

The aroma of the watercourse, it's tranquil but agitated.

It has many comrades,

But also many violators that fill it with unwanted waste.

It is an abode to many organisms.

It is cherished and ignored.

It is the Flint… Continue

Posted on May 13, 2009 at 8:30am — 1 Comment

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At 1:34pm on May 11, 2009, Michael J. said…
make me one.
At 9:14am on May 7, 2009, Will B. said…
u da fool
At 1:23pm on April 6, 2009, Sharpie said…
whats up
At 2:55pm on March 26, 2009, T-Rob said…
haha hi
At 2:40pm on March 25, 2009, Sharpie said…
Hey kayla!!

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