Pine Tree Academy students gather, as a class, around the flag pole, to publicly acknowledge the power of prayer in our school.
The archaeology class begins their dig at Pettengill Farm in Freeport. Under the supervision of archaeologist Norm Buttrick they are excavating a historic war and brickyard.
The 3rd & 4th graders attended Agriculture Education Day at the Oxford County Fair. They visited over 25 exhibits and demonstrations dealing with agriculture and conservation. Some of their favorite exhibits included the bee hives, sluicing for gems, and the animal barns.
The annual Junior Heritage Tour, directed by Mr. Brendan Krueger and Mrs. Judy Krzywon, visited several historic sites on September 13-15. Some of the exciting adventures included a tour of the JFK Library and Museum, historic Concord and Lexington, The Old Manse, sleeping on the USS Massachusetts in "Battleship Cove," Sturbridge Village, and the USS Albacore.
Pine Tree Academy is trying something new this year...a virtual classroom. Beloved Mrs. Gold moved to Florida a while back. She was missed so much that she has been asked to "come back" and teach two English classes. If you have not had the chance to meet Mrs. Gold, this is a perfect opportunity to be introduced to her and her love of learning.
The deadline for Golf Tournament registration has been moved to September 14, 2015. If you had decided you were too late...there is still time!! Please register today to help support Pine Tree Academy.
Over the summer, students in grades K-6 were given the opportunity to complete review packets. If they completed the school work, they were rewarded by a trip to ice cream with Mr. Krueger.
The annual student association ice breaker was held today for the students to bond as classes and complete exciting activities. Some of these activities included: breaking a block of ice, a pudding drop, a marshmallow eating contest, and a junk scavenger hunt.