Wednesday April 22nd-This is Earth Day!
Take a run that morning in celebration of the New Moon. In addition, Mr. Keeley our Science instructor indicates there are several celestial activities going on at night with the heavens. Get up before the dawn to see the Lyrids meteorite shower and Saturn at its brightest. We encourage all staff and students and their families to spend the day outside doing something for the Earth and share with what you have done. For those interested in Farming, Mr. Belin will be doing a demonstration from 9am-10am on that subject. Then for a 2nd night, please camp if you can. That evening from 6-7pm, Mr. Belin will be doing star stories. Following that our Dean of Residential Life Mr. Leland Becenti will provide some evening traditional stories.