Beneath the Pacific Ridge campus lies a trove of mysteries, thanks to ninth graders studying Ancient World History. Over the past week, students created artifacts to tell a story of a founding civilization. Then, they buried the artifacts and left clues for other groups to excavate the site. With the help of Pacific Ridge parent and archaeologist Sean Rich, students dug up the artifacts made by their classmates and attempted to piece together the civilization. The final results were analyzed and presented to class. Talk about hands-on learning!