Twice a year, Parent Association PiP (Positive Impact Project) Co-Chairs organize community service events. This spring, the weekend before Earth Day, about 40 Open Window parents, kids and staff members met up to help with a native planting project at a nearby trailhead replacing previous non-native plants with native plants that can survive without additional water, maintenance and fertilizers, which will ultimately have a positive impact on our environment. After the trail work, volunteers were treated to lunch and a tree planting ceremony with city council members, various kid friendly Earth Day/Arbor Day exhibits and activities at the local park.
Applewild’s Seed to Lunch Teaching Garden – It’s What’s “Growing” On Campus!
Applewild’s seed to lunch program’s teaching garden is a hot spot of campus activity. Students design the garden from the “floor” up. They research flowering plants to attract pollinators, design and build bird houses, and plan how to maintain the garden over the summer months. Students turn the warm soil and using methods taught in […]
Open Window School Sixth Grader is the Junior Winner in the Future Engineers 3D Printing in Space Challenge
Students in Innovation & Tech Lab Director Adrienne Gifford’s sixth grade tech class at Open Window School have been learning 3D modeling and printing this year. Ms. Gifford encouraged her students to enter a design into the Future Engineers 3D Printing in Space Challenge. Earlier this year, NASA launched it’s first-ever Zero-G 3D Printer to […]
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Living Classroom Being Constructed at Charles River School
On the outskirts of the Charles River School campus in Dover lies a piece of land owned by the school that is often overlooked. To the untrained eye, the land appears to be an overgrown plot with some soggy soil, but if given the chance to explore, you will see much more. The land is […]
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