So the district made plans to build the Noboken School Forest Environmental Education and Community Center. The plans include a classroom, open area, and kitchenette.
Werdeo said the goal of the project is for it to be a place that all classes, and the community, will be able to use.
"You think a lot about science when you think about nature," said Werdeo. "But really any discipline can make use of the outdoors."
Werdeo says the endless number of opportunities for students is something the community can get behind.
"As we've been doing our fundraising, we've had a lot of really positive comments and good support from people," said Werdeo.
The school district needs to raise $500,000 to build the new structure. It hopes to start building next spring.
"We're on the right track and hopefully this project will move us forward," Wedeo said.
Werdeo said he and others in the district are willing to give tours and provide more information for anyone who has questions.