Class 7-8 Completes Independent Projects

Class 7-8 Completes Independent Projects

Raising and butchering pigs, pinhole photography, primitive skills, learning to cook and bake cakes—these are just a few of the independent student projects completed by our graduating class this spring. Each year, our oldest students take on a yearlong...
Class 3-4 Shelter Models Honor First Nations Design

Class 3-4 Shelter Models Honor First Nations Design

This spring, during their distance learning program, Class 3-4 rose to the challenge of creating a model shelter based on the homes of First Nations people across North America. The children were each provided with a book from Bonnie Shemie’s Native Houses...
April Snowstorm Clean Up

April Snowstorm Clean Up

Many, many thanks to the Hildreth/Dodge family for cutting and cleaning up brush from the large ash limb that came down during the fierce April snowstorm. We’re sorry to lose such a wonderful climbing branch, but the rest of the tree appears to be very healthy. We’re...
Whose Topic Is It? A Quiz

Whose Topic Is It? A Quiz

by Jeremy Clough, Class 7-8 Teacher Here are the answers to this week’s Leaflet quiz, wherein you were asked to guess which 7th-8th grader wrote which expository essay: “Dungeons & Dragons: The World’s Greatest Roleplaying Game?” –...
Service During Stay-at-Home

Service During Stay-at-Home

A big shout out to the Hoppin and the Burnham/Kornfield families for answering the call for volunteers at Midcoast Recover Coalition. On May 2, which would have been Serve-A-Thon Saturday. Both families spent a couple of hours pruning bushes and brambles, raking and...