Ambassadors bond through team-building experience

Belgreen High School’s 2016-2017 Bulldog Ambassadors spent a recent Friday afternoon working on the ultimate team-building experience.

Ambassadors were divided into three groups with dissimilar personalities, in which they worked in harmony as a team using clues to solve puzzles. The teams enjoyed themselves as they had to “get creative while promoting good communication, problem solving and critical thinking.”

At the end of the afternoon, only seconds away from an escape, the Mad Scientist and the Prison Warden won out. But one group proved their magic was stronger than that of Houdini’s and that they couldn’t be “Trapped” – as part of a special escape-attraction in Decatur.

Parents and teachers enjoyed this experience as well. The teachers escaped the Insane Asylum with more than four minutes to spare.

Belgreen offered a special thanks to the staff of “Trapped” in Decatur.

This year’s Bulldog Ambassadors are Tanner Warhurst, Emma Willingham, Megan Smith, Camie Terrell, Ansley Tate, Claire Wiginton, Bailey Oliver, Scout Bragwell, Elizabeth Seal, Ella Wiginton, Isac Willingham, Devan Bush, Alex Jarnigan, Canaan Stough, Jackson Galliano, Carson Cox, Maria Estrada, Nora Castillo, Noelle Willingham, Landon Etherington, Caige Smith, Katie Cooper, Kyle Hawkins, Jordan Wright, Alex Guidry and Lily Blackburn.

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