Five Tips for Making the Most of Social Distancing

Thea Dodds
Holderness has a long and deep connection to the outdoors.  You don’t have to be outdoorsy to come to Holderness, but a Holderness education will undoubtedly involve the outdoors.  And now all you Bulls are stuck inside. So here are 5 tips and tons of links to free content to help you stay engaged while social distancing. Of course, if you’re missing campus, check in on the progress of our Math and Science Building or see what’s happening in downtown Plymouth. 
  1. #OptOutside. If you are able to get outside, here are some great activities to do by yourself:


  1. Can’t go outside? Consider a virtual field trip.

  1. Learn something new. Keep your brain moving with your body. 

  1. Get things cooking. Time to upcycle that box of pasta!

  1. Socially distant socializing. We’re all in this together, so let’s embrace the Zoom dinner parties, Instagram dance parties, and maybe even try a balcony sing-a-long! There’s also:

Do you have another great tip for the Holderness community during these challenging times?  We want to hear from you! Contact us at communication@holderness.org.
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