Bruce Hale will visit campus and have story telling, cartooning lessons, question and answer sessions, two writers workshops and a lunch session with the entire Lower School.
Three authors (Senzai, Park Green) will Skype with Middle School students about their lives, their books and allow for a question and answer session.
Twelve dance workshops will be held to teach dance students a variety of dance styles and techniques that enhance the current curriculum.
Tim Mooney, a performer of Moliere and Shakespeare, will lead workshops and perform his one-man show to French theater and history classes.
Portable galleries will be purchased and constructed to provide a moveable venue to showcase art in Blair Center.
An exhibit of “Love Makes a Family,” an award-winning exhibit that celebrates diversity in families. On display in Blair Lobby for several weeks.
9th grade physics students will design and build rockets, study NASA history and form a “company” to market their rockets for launch day. Awards will be given for several criteria, including performance, cost and advertising.
6th grade students would have the opportunity to travel to New York City, greet the United Nations president and two ambassadors and tour the facility.