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The Deerfield Science Olympiad Team placed twelfth out of forty schools in the Masaschusetts State Science Olympiad. In the upcoming Science Symposium on April 29, the Olympiad team will display projects it built for various events.
Local author, teacher, and writer Peter Smith is this year’s Lambert Fellow. Named in honor of former English Teacher Bryce Lambert, the fellowship furthers the possibility of writing careers to students and faculty.
After a year’s experience with the Deerfield Academy Perspectives Program (DAPP), a student work program formerly known as the Green and White Program, Assistant Dean of Students Amie Creagh said there were no major problems that surfaced during its trial.
As the winter term draws to a close, the campus has turned its attention to poster boards located in the Trophy Room and Greer Store. They advertise the floor plans of the new Greer and fitness center renovations…
This April, the Acting Tutorial Class will attend the third annual Interschool Student One Act Festival, held at Choate.
“I would like to be known in the future as someone who is not just a wealthy, successful businessman,” he said, “but someone who really cared about the well-being of others—did his darndest to be charitable and help others.”
Poet, anthrologist, and lecturer Naomi Shihab Nye will visit Deerfield Academy on April seventh.
In addition to honoring the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., this year’s MLK Day program examined “what we do at Deerfield as a community for diversity and multiculturalism…”
Over ten local fire departments responded to the alarm. Trucks rushed from neighboring Greenfield and from as far away as Amherst…
If not recycled, “a plastic water bottle will take over one thousand years to biodegrade,” says Ms. Bakker.