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Junior high offers taste of outdoor life in class


Submitted photo / Archery is one of the more popular portions of the Ennis Junior High School Outdoor Education class.

Submitted photo / Archery is one of the more popular portions of the Ennis Junior High School Outdoor Education class.

Phil Banker, [email protected]

Ennis Junior High students seeking knowledge of the outdoors have an opportunity to do so while earning school credit.

Coach Rodney McNeill started teaching the Outdoor Education class at EJHS four years ago, using a curriculum developed by the Dallas Safari Club and Texas Parks and Wildlife.

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