Photographers have been reporting in from all over the Northeast this week! From Sugarbush, Holiday Valley, the Mount Washington Valley, and right back to campus, we've been watching the Bulls in action. It was a great week in athletics that ended with a semi-formal dance for the juniors and seniors. Stay tuned next week for scenes from Winter Carnival!
The Bulls had a full schedule this week. While many games were away, a couple basketball teams stayed home. Catch some of the action from their games as well as the action of some of our snowsports teams on Smugmug!
Winter Carnival has begun! There was a dance on Saturday night, and on Sunday night students met in the gym after study hall for a friendly game of dodgeball. Several teams had their own managers, while all of them had many loud and supportive fans!
|China Cultural and Education Tour!|
This summer, Dr. Jonathan Higgins has secured an opportunity for interested students to travel to China! The trip will take place June 2 through June 15. Students are responsible for international flight fees, visa fees, and spending money. Contact Jonathan Higgins at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on this educational experience. Read more at http://www.holderness.org/ChinaTour
|Film Sparks Spirited Discussion About Race|
Last week's programming in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday sparked discussion, passionate opinions and even some controversy at Holderness School. Below is Interim Director of Diversity Nicole Glew's remarks regarding the programs, and particularly, the film, "I'm Not a Racist, Am I?".
|Holderness Faculty Donates 223 Acres to Squam Lake Conservation Society|
Reggie Pettitt, Holderness science faculty member, has donated a conservation easement of 223 acres to the Squam Lakes Conservation Society, permanently protecting a wildlife habitat within a contiguous block of 1,103 acres of conserved land in Ashland, NH. A "bell ringing" bonfire and hike for friends, neighbors, and Holderness school faculty, staff and students is planned for January 25th, beginning at 2pm. For more information contact the Squam Lakes Conservation Society. Congratulations and thank you, Reggie - Holderness School is proud of your commitment to our beautiful natural surroundings!