October 27, 2018

High School B goes to the Revs!

With one game left of the season the New England Revolution won at home 1-0! We like to think that our HS B guys were the good luck charm they needed this season. Our boys loved every minute of this experience at Gillette Stadium. They got to learn new chants, participate in Taylor Twellman's concussion awareness night and even watch as Diego Fagundez broke a record for youngest player to reach 50 goals! We couldn't have asked for a better day!

October 26, 2018

Getting to the Core of Pumpkin Carving!

Today our younger students are going to have a costume party and take an adventure through a Haunted Hallway! To get the hallway ready, each class spent this week carving pumpkins. Thanks to our AMAZING Communication team of teachers and SLPs, each class had a lesson dedicated to carving their own spooky pumpkin! They focused on the core words put, in, take, out, more, and help. Students had so much fun with this lesson, some even overcame their fears of creepy, crawly, slimy textures! In one class, we had a student narrate to their peers the thoughts of the pumpkin! For the more curious groups, they will be cooking their pumpkin seeds for a special snack! Big shout out to our communication staff for making such a fun seasonal activity!

October 25, 2018

Elementary C class mixes classic Fall fun with education!

 Elementary C class had the opportunity to have some fun with classic Fall activities this week. They first went out the the 'Pumpkin Patch' in the back fields at Higashi, where they got to pick their own pumpkins! They took those pumpkins into the classroom to learn more. Tasked with counting the lines on the pumpkins or measuring the height, they had plenty of work to do! For their final activity they needed to find out if pumpkins float or sink! The only way to do this is to obviously throw the pumpkins into a bucket of water making a big splash! Needless to say, the students in C class are having a fun time learning from seasonal activities!

October 10, 2018

EP Sports Day

The EP division has been working on their flexibility thus far and practicing for our upcoming Sports Day on campus. The students are very excited to work on many different skills this Sports Day including but not limited to golf, disc golf, running, and football. Please join us for some fun THIS Saturday on the front hill with a start time of 9:45 a.m. We love family participation, so please come and have some fun with us. Meet you all on the hill!