Featured image of article: Sy Montgomery Teaches Us All How to Be A Good Creature….

“Sometimes we meet teachers in the forest, or in the barn, or in the ocean- or right in our own house.  Some of my teachers have had two legs while others have had four or even eight.  But all have taught me something important about how to be a good creature in the world.” This is how local author Sy Montgomery starts her book How to Be A Good Creature,

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Featured image of article: PIERCE SCHOOL STORE IS OPEN!!

Time to get your Pierce School Swag!!

The leaves are changing and the air is getting crisp.  Does your child have all their fall and winter gear ready?   Would you like to support your school? Well, do we have deals for you!

The Pierce School store is NOW OPEN for all your school swag purchasing needs.

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Featured image of article: Morning Nature Walk with the Harris Center

Third Grade Teacher Jennifer Sutton along with Harris Center Naturalist Expert and Teacher, Susie Spikol have hosted a morning walking club for students at Pierce School! In a community partnership with our friends from the Harris Center, students, staff and families are welcome to join us for a brief walk in the woods to start our day in a calming way – outdoors!

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Featured image of article: Bennington Bears like to Bike

Pierce School started it’s after school biking club earlier this month. The biking club is run by our 4th-grade teacher, Valerie Germain, and allows 3rd and 4th-grade students to get out on the trails behind Pierce School with one of their favorite teachers and friends in the fresh fall air. The biking club is held after school on Friday’s throughout the month of October.

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Featured image of article: Time to Harvest

Pierce’s black bears had a great time with Cornucopia this week working in the gardens. They harvested a large amount of carrots and purple beans. They even got to enjoy some summer squash and cherry tomatoes. More importantly, they were eager and willing to jump back into the gardens after having a long summer break,

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