S’mores & More Winter Week

Our inability to have the traditional S’mores and More Winter Week events this year did not quell enthusiasm for this beloved School tradition.
This year’s Winter Week activities included art-based projects, teacher appreciation activities, an online 80s themed dance party, community service, a cooking lesson with School Chef Sean-Michael, and an opportunity for students to send a hand-drawn postcard in appreciation of someone who is important to them. Students also had the chance to engage with ice sculpture artist Don Chapelle as he created a sculpture of Brooks Bear at the entrance to the campus. All grades were represented in nearly 60 submissions for the t-shirt logo contest, making the final selection a difficult one. The convenient arrival of several inches of fresh snow added some winter excitement to recess activities as well. We had enthusiastic participation in S’more making and all of the Week’s activities; and the winning t-shirt logo, designed by Sophia L. in Grade 8, was a huge hit.
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