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    Team Leader of the Sprouts Program, Kat Radune, right, helps her pupils understand the workings of the sundial as they walk around the gnomon that casts the shadow that tells the time at the Juniper Hill elementary school in Alna where lesson plans are held outside.

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    Juniper Hill elementary school in Alna is an outdoor-oriented elementary school.

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    Ryan Gray, 10, of Hallowell, a member of the Sprouts Program, marks a line on the shadow of the gnomon on his paper plate, signifying 1 p.m.

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    Pupils in Juniper Hill elementary school in Alna sit in small groups to tell stories about their adventures after returning from Porcupine Woods, one of many defined areas of learning at the outdoor-oriented elementary school.

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    Pupils in they Sprouts Program put their pens away after marking their sundials at 1 p.m., something they did each hour.

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