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LGA takes to the outdoors 

Lander-Grinspoon Academy in Northampton is still operating hybrid, with students learning remotely three days a week and two mornings a week spent on campus for academics and social time. A few mornings a week students take to the outdoors. 

“Our skilled teachers are getting creative with how to make our academic program work outside, especially as the days get colder and – in some cases – more wet,” said Ellen Frank, LGA’s executive director. “We’ve had so much rain that the teacher decided to integrate art and science, and have the students paint with mud on cardboard!

Shown here are some LGA students bundling up and enjoying the great outdoors while they work on assignments and create art with mud.



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