Thanks to many hard-working volunteers, Arts & Science Day was a hit this year, with excellent activities and performances and a great turn-out.
Volunteers ran tables for slime-making, Japanese calligraphy, paper airplane-engineering, fidget spinner physics, costume-making, gardening, architecture and more. Tiny Scientist was there to help kids make color-changing worms, there was a family band jam and family art project led by Marquis Studio. Many talented kids took to the microphone during the open mic hour.
A special thanks to Sarah Collins, upper grade science teacher and event organizer extraordinaire, and the rest of the Arts and Science Day committee. Thanks to to all of the parents, students and alumni who helped run the event and who participated!