Articles by: Christina LaCroix
The girls made it 6.5 miles up to the hut on snowshoes and AT skis. They maintained a positive attitude, and encouraged each other along the way. While at the hut, they all spent time together, laughing, dancing, building snow forts, sliding, playing games, drinking hot chocolate and helping around the hut. The ski down was beautiful and very fun! Thanks to the teachers for chaperoning and the parents for driving!
Students using the scientific method in paper helicopter experiment
We are hosting a ski-a-thon. Students are invited to ski as many laps as they can safely complete on the Tiehack side of Buttermilk Ski Area. We will have teachers, and other volunteers at the bottom of the mountain cheering them, encouraging them, and making for a festive day on the hill. Prior to the ski day, students are invited to ask for pledges from friends and family outside of the school community in an…
The 5/6 are studying space in science class right now. There are two opportunities tonight to learn more! The first is an Author Night at Basalt Library with David Aguilar at 5:30. http://basaltlibrary.org/ Also, at Basalt Middle School, Garry is hosting a star night, starting at 5:00 PM.