March Vacation Programs
The Bement School hosts students on campus every March during spring break. Faculty members offer programs for our day families during this time. All programs take place on campus. Past programs have included rocketry, science, arts and crafts, puppets, cooking, digital storytelling, sports, and superheroes.
Wandering the Wild: A Journaling Journey (March 11-15, 2019)
Ms. Craig will be leading an exciting new program this March! This week of games and exploration will be captured on the pages of student's very own field notebooks. Field notebooks or nature journals are used by every naturalist, field biologist, artist, writer and curious person to capture thoughts and events in real time, to gather data, ask and answer questions and discover the curiosities of nature more deeply.
Time: 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Place: Snively House (parking in Polk parking lot - 138 Greenfield Road)
Grades: 2 to 5
Students should bring comfortable, weather appropriate clothes to play in, boots (for outdoor excursions) and a “nut free” lunch and snack.
Please contact Doc Potter at firstname.lastname@example.org with question and the online sign up form.