I know a place where everyone knows your name.
Its a place where learning is apparent in every classroom, and in every hallway.
Children are excited to move from one room to the next and to experience
wonderful and beautiful things in nature and in life.
Its a place where we are composting with children ages 4-18.
Then, the compost soil is used to grow vegetables and herbs in our garden outside the elementary wing, which are then used for food in our food classes and in our Thanksgiving meal.
By the way, at Thanksgiving, we sit down and have dinner togetherthe entire student body, faculty, staff, board members, and special guests.
On Earth Day, we pick up trash along the highways and then spend the afternoon learning about the Adirondacks and how we can help to save it.
I know a place where seniors support and encourage eighth graders on the soccer team.
The eighth graders look to them for leadership and guidance.
A place where parental support for our youth is continuous and encouraging for our future sports teams.
Our skiers and skaters have custom education plans to accommodate their training schedules.
I know a place where the middle school students visit the senior citizen assisted living home to play bingo with the elderly and at Halloween, they parade through town in their festive costumes.
At Christmas time, the student body participates in a gift exchange and has been known to sing carols and holiday songs at the end of the day.
Its a place that offers multiage trips to countries in Europe.
A place where special guests perform dance and musical routines for both our student body and community so that our students are enhanced by various cultural activities.
I know a place where children can use laptops in any room in the building to further enhance their learning experience.