Flying Cloud Institute’s YouTube channel has at least a trio of purposes: Kids remain engaged in hands-on learning; activities can support families whose work lives are being disrupted; finally, there is an authentic audience to celebrate what kids are discovering and creating, even if it is outside of school.
In their letter to the editor Joyce St. George and Susan Dey write: ‘The government is our enemy” was the insinuation we heard over and over again during the various Reclaim presentations and workshops we attended.
The support of the three towns for this amendment will assure us that spending time and money on revising the entire District Agreement would be worthwhile. So let’s get it on the warrants now, build voter awareness of the issue, and see where we stand.
The Great Barrington town meeting voted to build a schoolhouse but it was specified “that there be one and but one schoolhouse at the charge and for the use of the town.” The one school would be 20 square feet, two stories, and have 3 glass windows. It was to be built approximately where the Congregation Church is today.