The Academic Mini Courses are for students entering grades six through twelve. Each workshop will include a combination of direct instruction, cooperative group work, and individualized one-on-one instruction.
The Pre-K class learned about their five senses when observing nature and met some neat critters. The Third grade class learned how the last ice age carved the Connecticut landscape.
What are Forest Fridays? Every Friday, the 4th Grade leaves their traditional classroom setting on the third floor of Grover Hall, and ventures into the woods for an extended outdoor experience.
Wooster's visual artists work hard in the studios, film and photograph the life of the campus, and exhibit their work. Wooster's musicians and actors perform throughout the year. Behind the scenes, stagehands, artists, and tech people help bring the productions to fruition. Wooster writers, editors, and journalists create and contribute to publications that affect and reflect our community.
Last month several Wooster sixth grade students, acted upon the invitation from Senator Michael A. McLachlan, State Senator from Connecticut's 24 District, to participate in an essay contest celebrating Women's History Month.