After several years of planning and construction, the sensory trail is now open. PCHS describes the trail as a “dynamic outdoor space for inclusive education.”
Faculty, students, and State FFA Vice-President and PCHS graduate Gabriella Martin helped make the project possible.
“This trail is made to accommodate people from all walks of life with different abilities. It has a variety of features that are meant to include each of the five senses such as the wheelchair-accessible garden beds for touch, the Calypso Chimes for hearing, and the Taste Garden,” said Martin.