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Physics-exploring concepts of impulse and momentum by designing devices for egg safety during a collision
Students and sponsors from all over Northern New England Conference met at Pine Tree Academy for the annual Art Clinic. The theme was "Finish the Race," with the Visual Presentation being based on the life of Louis Zamperini. The extensive play was written by two Pine Tree Academy seniors, Amelia Pekar and Haley Johnson. Other art clinic exhibits included drawing, snow sculpture, costume design, acrylics, photography, woodcarving, floral arranging, culinary arts, pastels, quilt art, watercolor painting, puppetry and set design.
Students in Kindergarten celebrated the 100th day of school by making hats and playing games.
Thursday, February 5, Grades K-4 got a behind-the-scenes tour at Wilbur's of Maine Chocolate Factory. We learned lots of things like where chocolate comes from, how chocolate candies are made, and when the most candy is sold! We also got to try lots of yummy samples before we ate our lunch! SHHHH! Don't tell our parents! Anyone want to guess how many cocoa beans it takes to make 1lb of chocolate? Ask a K-4th grader. They can tell you!
Today, the female students in grades 7 & 8 participated in the Biggest Assembly Ever via live stream. This program challenged girls to "Gang Up for Good" against cyber bullying. Over 20,000 girls across America participated in this important challenge facing our young people. One of the reminders recommended by this program is to paint the pinky finger blue. This will help girls remember to take a stand and NOT sit by when someone else is being mistreated.
The poster included was created by Nicole Lombard, an 8th grader at Pine Tree Academy.