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 exploring the wonders of Pine Hill, rocketry, science, arts and crafts, puppets, cooking, digital storytelling, sports, and superheroes.


 Culinary Adventures (March 16-20, 2020)
This is a hands on, interactive culinary-themed elective designed to engage kids in the process of preparing, preserving, and consuming many delicious creations. On the agenda, we will be creating a number of cooking/baking projects. In addition, we will spend part of our day outside of the kitchen doing some off campus activities. This could include a visit to a local milk plant to see how milk is processed, pasteurized and bottled. Or sampling some different cheeses at a local cheese monger store and learning the process of cheese making. We may even visit a local farm to talk with the farmers about different farming practices and visit with their chickens and other animals. Participants should be prepared to get messy, enjoy food preparation, and be ready to have fun doing it!

Time: 8:00am-3:30pm
Place: Bement House (dining hall)
Grades: 1-5
Cost: $450
*Dropoff and pickup at Bement House
*Bring boots for outside use (they will get dirty), a change of clothes (just in case), and a water bottle

Please contact Doc Potter at with questions and a link to the signup forms for any of the offered programs.