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3-credit Course with Professor Mahesh Sharma
6 Days in 2013-2014 • 8:00am - 3:30pm • Townshend, Vermont
Fri & Sat, Sept. 27-28 • Fri & Sat, Nov. 8-9 • Mon & Tues, Jan. 20-21
A Course for Gr. 6-12 Teachers of Mathematics, Technology & Special Education
This annual cavalcade of comedy, song, dance and surprises promises to delight all. Mark your calendars! Tickets: Students: $3; Adults: $6.
The Leland and Gray Players end their 17th season with HATS OFF 2013! on May 24 and 25 in the Dutton Gymnasium on the Leland and Gray campus, Route 30, Townshend.
An eclectic parade of music, song, dance, comedy—and a smattering of drama, Hats Off offers Leland and Gray Players in grades 7-12 an opportunity to select what they want to perform, to display their strengths, to hone new skills, and to discover different ways to contribute to the performance. Many students also direct, choreograph and write pieces for Hats Off.
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Townshend, VT - In Mr. Sperling’s eighth grade history class students were given the task of creating a scale model of a French and Indian War era fort. First students were asked to imagine they were part of an English frontier settlement in Massachusetts that suffered an attack similar to the one that occurred in Deerfield in 1704. As refugees, students were first asked to select a site in the West River Valley that was defensible while containing the necessary resources. Next, they were asked to draw plans for a fort appropriate in size for about 60 settlers. Two of the plans were chosen and each student was assigned a piece of the fort to construct. For this part of the project, the class was lucky enough to have access to the knowledge of Ben Nicholson, a para-educator here at the school who was the head builder of the meetinghouse at Plimoth Plantation in 1986.