Articles by lkaufman

Echo Hill 2018

ECHO HILL was an experience some people enjoyed less than others, and some people loved it. There’s a not-so-fine line between Echo Hill and home, and crossing that line is a bold move. But really, let’s venture in depth, on everyone’s opinions on some of the different activities and classes at Echo Hill, and the enjoyment they had to offer. These are opinions from 7th grade students and teachers. SCANOEING MR.CHAGAN – “Mr. Barry’s favorite class is probably the scanoeing…that’s not my favorite.” SPENCER KIM – “Falling into the swamps was not fun, and the bugs: not good.” JAMES PENDRAK – “I did enjoy scanoeing ’cause I’ve always been familiar with canoeing and kayaking and being in a boat and paddling with others and I also thought the fact that there were three canoes combined, I thought that was really cool.” BAY STUDIES THEO SCHENK – “Well, I went on…



Shallcross Update!

SHALLCROSS IS CLOSER THAN EVER TO COMPLETION! Shallcross is coming along quite well, and will soon be done, at least from what we’ve heard. I went inside to take some photos and was surprised to see some new features, such as a shop and a new entrance by the side. Side entrance under construction. New store from outside. I also managed to interview Mrs.Quinn about the new shallcross, and asked her a few burning questions I had. Interview: Q: When’s the estimated completion time of ShallCross? A: Sometime during the summer because there are certain components that will be done, but some rooms like the place were you sit and eat will be done before summer. She also said to redo some of the meeting room it might take a while. Mrs. Quinn stated that there were, “Different Stages,” one for the meeting room, one for the eating part of…


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