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K-1-2 Presents

Family, friends, students, faculty and staff attended the performances and were entertained by the story of family, inclusiveness and travel to Miami. Costumes, set design, original music and lyrics were all produced by the K-Grade 2 students for this biennial event, supervised and supported by Stacey Mink, Home Center Director, Darleen Hickok, Drama Curriculum Director, and Jeremy Grob, Music Curriculum Director.

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The Mead School, dedicated to a personalized and experiential learning approach that inspires and challenges students to achieve deep learning and become independent, creative thinkers, is excited to announce a partnership with AltSchool.


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Staff vs. Students "Mega Bowl"!

Jeremy led students in a rousing performance of The National Anthem and the Mead School Spirit Cheer Squad kept spectators energized throughout!

A rousing half-time performance by 6th Grade student Luca Castagno had everyone cheering. Ultimately the Staff won the game with a score of 39 to 36.

A special thanks to Coach Frank Pollifrone who orchestrated this fun community event!

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Toddler III and Dr. Seuss

This week, Toddler III's activities focused around books by Dr. Seuss, in honor of his birthday. We kicked off the week with The Cat in the Hat. Students each wore a special hat to school and the children colored pre-cut hats.


Tuesday was Silly Sock Day, as we read Fox in Socks and the children decorated their own pair of socks with fabric paint.


Wednesday was Wacky Wednesday...and it sure was wacky! We saw lots of mismatched clothing and even one child with blue hair!


On Thursday, we had a special snack to represent Green Eggs and Ham and everyone wore green.


The week ended with a special treat of cookies in the shape of the Cat's hat. We had such a fun week together in the Center.

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K-1-2 Winter Land Animal Mural

Students in the K-2 Center have been studying animals in winter. This study began when students were noticing different tracks in the snow outside during recess. Questions arose around which animals these tracks belonged to and where animals go and live during the cold winter months.

Students studied different winter animal behaviors such as adaptation, migration and hibernation to begin to answer some of their questions. Working with Stacey Mink, HCD and Adam Ellyson, Art Curriculum Director, students then drew their animals on paper, cut them out and positioned them in the winter landscape.

This board is a culminating artistic display of the thinking/learning journey that the K-2 Center has concluded about animals in winter, complete with information cards that can be lifted up to reveal the written research.

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