Fifth-grade students traveled to Lutherlyn Environmental Education Center for an overnight, outdoor learning experience. An archaeological dig, exploring ecosystems, and testing water quality were just a few of the hands-on activities that highlighted this annual experience (back for the first time since 2019!).
Third-grade students learning about printmaking visited Sapling Press Print shop where they created covers for their notebooks using the letterpress machine, cut stickers with a laser cutter, and inked type to make a poster with our school credo, “Think also of the comfort and the rights of others.”
The Middle School Diversity club presented the fourth annual Showtime at the Apollo: Education Style, where students taught, honored, and celebrated Black history through performance.
Back for the first time since the pandemic started, the eighth-grade class visited Washington, D.C. Highlights were the National Holocaust Memorial Museum, the African American History Museum, a bike tour of the monuments, and the musical Grace at Ford’s Theatre.
In partnership with the Programs Department, the Desi Student Union hosted a virtual Indian cooking class for the WT community. Participants learned about Indian culture and cuisine and how to make four recipes – Raita, Rajma, Masala Chai, and Onion Pakora.
Winter and spring sports at WT kept spirits high and student-athletes focused. WT even fielded a baseball team this year!