In this value-based learning community, we strive to give your child the best care possible. We teach them about sustainable living, including how to grow their own food, take care of farm animals and to tread lightly on the Earth.
We use organic food in caring for our children.
We reuse and recycle as much as we can. Each classroom has recycled paper baskets and the children are taught how to use them. Our kitchen has recycled containers that we place all other recycling in. We save paper and thereby trees by using technology to disseminate information as much as possible. Whenever paper is used, it is made of recycled material.
The more we learn about how to best care for our earth, the more we add to our own commitments.
September came and went with the wind it seems! We had our first school-wide field trip to Pochuck Farms to pick apples and pears, and we all enjoyed picking out a pumpkin and eating cider and donuts! It was a lovely day!
School pictures ended today, and I hope all of you will enjoy seeing your children photographed in the great outdoors. Pictures will be ready to view by Friday...