The Hundred Acre School at Heritage Museums & Gardens to offer April Vacation Program

Runs between April 15th and April 19th
(Courtesy of Heritage Museums & Gardens)

Sandwich, MA – The Hundred Acre School at Heritage, an innovative preschool focused on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) education, is opening its doors to children ages 4 to currently in grade 1 during the April school break. The STEM -focused vacation week program, held between Tuesday, April 16-Friday, April 19, will engage children in daily STEM adventures throughout the museum and grounds as they have hands-on fun exploring spring and experiencing new things. It will also include daily carousel rides and outdoor fun in all types of weather.

Families can choose four or two full or partial days, with options available from 7:30-5:30 pm. Register now for the April Vacation Program at http://100acreschool.org/vacation.

Now entering its sixth year, The Hundred Acre School engages preschoolers and Kindergarten students (starting in Fall 2019!) in active learning and preparation for better success in school through classroom learning, exploration of Heritage’s 100 acres of nature trails and woodlands, and interactive activities with Heritage’s collections, facilities, and gardens. The school’s mission is to teach the whole child, using children’s natural curiosity and ease at learning through play, while emphasizing STEM as a springboard to multidisciplinary learning.

Register now for the 2019-20 school year with an online application at www.100acreschool.org. For additional questions or to schedule an appointment, call Melissa Russell at 508-888-3300 x158 or e-mail [email protected].


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