On Monday, January 16, we hosted an engaged group of prospective families for Open House. Families toured the campus, visited classes, participated in a panel discussion, attended the assembly, and enjoyed a delicious lunch.
On Wednesday, 1-25, as part of our Distinguished Speakers Series, we are honored to welcome Sierra Club Deputy Executive Director Bruce Hamilton to campus for an interview and conversation with students. Hamilton has worked for the Sierra Club for over 38 years. He started as a regional Sierra Club organizer in the northern Rocky Mountains and northern plains states, then served as national field director, and later as national conservation director.
This week marks the beginning of our ninth year participating in the Green Cup Challenge, our annual energy saving competition. We'll compete within our school (designated buildings and dormitories) and with participating schools to see how much we can reduce our energy consumption for a month.
On Thursday there will be a special screening in the Zalk Theater of Before the Flood, a new documentary film addressing the causes and effects of climate change. The screening will be followed by a discussion period. Expect to hear more from Tod and student sustainability leaders about this upcoming screening.
Head to the slopes February 10-13 for our annual outdoor education ski and snowboard trip to Big Bear! Cost includes transportation, lodging, food, lift tickets, equipment rentals, and lessons. For more information and to reserve your spot, contact Monika @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enjoy photos and video from our recent Fall Variety Show that featured music, magic, spoken word, dancing, and more from our talented students and faculty! There were a few surprise acts including a McChicken feast and Head of School Randy Bertin singing the Creedence classic "Have You Ever Seen the Rain." It was very fun night.