Photos from Boise High’s Outdoor Adventure Club Pool Session
In February, the Alzar School helped the Boise High School Outdoor Adventure Club put on its first event, a pool session where students learned the basics of whitewater kayaking. It was a great night, with more than 26 students showing up for the session. The more advanced teen paddlers did most of the teaching, with the Alzar School’s administrators, Sean and Kristin Bierle, along with Advisory Committee member Ryan Crockett, providing some equipment and instruction.
Thanks to club members’ fundraising, the event was free to them and their guests. We had the entire Boise State pool to ourselves for two hours, and the turnout was strong, especially since it was a Friday night. It was way cool and we hope to keep helping them get more kids involved in the outdoors.
I’m embedding some photos from the evening, check them out!