The Guild School offered a special curriculum this summer focused on land and water. Topics included the environment, wildlife, safety and habitats.

The curriculum featured classroom learning and projects, school-based activities, and community outings.

“The students really enjoyed our unique summer curriculum,” says Casey Russo, The Guild’s assistant director of curriculum and instruction. “I think they really appreciated the hands-on learning projects and the opportunity to further their learning during community-engagement outings.”

Highlights included educational outings to the
Stone Zoo, Lunenburg Fire Department, Acton Arboretum, Boston’s Freedom Trail, Salem Willows and more.

The summer curriculum concluded on Aug. 30 with a luau at The Guild. The Guild School offers an extended school year of 234 days.