6th Grade PLUM


PLUM is an annual tradition at Pine Lane for 6th grade students and their teachers.  Its purpose is threefold.  First, it reinforces environmental science units taught at Pine Lane by supplementing the Geology and Environmental Science standards which we teach in the Douglas County Schools.  Second, it provides students with the opportunity to learn “life” skills such as the confidence to meet new challenges and living more independently.  Third, the time together with their classmates and teachers develops trust and cooperation which, in turn, builds a stronger “community of learners” when everyone returns to Pine Lane.

Stone Canyon Outdoor Edventures - During our Outdoor Education program, we strive to transform how students experience learning and education. The students at Stone Canyon receive outstanding instruction in an engaging environment, opportunities to step outside of their comfort zone, and unique experiences to foster social and emotional growth.  

The Stone Canyon Instructor team provides the majority of the instruction and facilitation to visiting students over the course of their trip. Our highly trained and enthusiastic staff will utilize a wide variety of teaching techniques to make each learning opportunity memorable, while taking every precaution to maintain the physical and emotional safety of each camper. 



  • January 19th – PL3 Behavior Expectations Contract Due to teachers
  • May 1st – Online Registration completed
  • May 1st – Payment in Full has been completed
  • May 1st – If your student requires medication all forms need to be brought into the office.
  • May 14th – All medications non – prescription and prescription need turned into the office.


  • Wednesday May 23rd- Friday May 25th                
  • $235
  • Payments are made through your students Parent Portal Account


  • All forms will now be completed online and must be completed by May 1st 2018
  • If you need a computer to register, you may visit any public library, or come by our office and we can assist you.  

For students to be able to take any Medication both Prescription and over-the-counter you must submit a Provider Medication Authorization Form

Please remember:  Medication will NOT be administered on the trip if the appropriate signed Provider Medication Authorization form is not received for ALL medications.  Consult your school nurse or health assistant with questions.

  • All medications (prescription & over-the-counter) must be in their original containers.  It should include your child’s name, the dosage and directions for administration clearly written on the label.
  • All prescription medications must have a prescription label with your child’s name.  This includes inhalers.
  • Ensure there is enough medication, for the entire trip.  Additional dosages are recommended for unforeseen situations