What a truly awesome week!
Our new Food and Sustainability teacher, Beth Canarie, met with the first inaugural group in our beautiful Montessori kitchen. The students shucked sweet corn and peeled pears donated from local farmer and TNSM grandparent, Merrill Fuller.
AND, as a reminder that new ideas can sometimes come from forgotten old ideas, we stumbled upon an old photo of the same table top being used in the kitchen with students from nearly 40 years ago!
From farm to table to classrooms we are committed to connecting our students to the earth and her beautiful gifts.
Lastly, alumni parent, J.D Sandipher, whose son is now 26, came back to read to our (3-6) students today. It was such a joy to see him and hear what an impact TNSM had on his life. Another reminder of William Faulkner’s quote,” The past isn’t dead. It isn’t even past.”