According to Powers, the donation has been indispensable for his students.
"That's a big piece, 390 kids go through and use that wall. It is the pre-set to the low ropes," Powers said of the climbing wall. "That's been a huge addition and a huge boon to the program. We really appreciated it."
For the second 10 weeks of the program, students are outside on the school's ropes course, located in the woods behind the baseball field.
There, students continue with problem-solving activities of a more physical nature, such as walking on a low cable, swinging on a rope swing, and climbing a 12-foot wall. There are also""