Our true academic routine began on this chilly New Hampshire summer morning. This morning’s post includes the first photos of our academic day. I think you’ll get a feel for the things that make the Wolfeboro classroom unique.
Month: June 2015
Afternoon Recreation Begins
First Day Classes and Orientation
For many of our students, yesterday included a bevy of Wolfeboro firsts and formal orientation.
Students attended their first Wolfeboro family style meals and Wolfeboro classes – for many, I’m sure, it was their first classes in a tent and maybe their first class with as few as four or five students seated around a table – then, in the evening their first night of Wolfeboro study hall.
The afternoon included student life orientation stops around campus.
Yesterday’s beautiful weather and TENThusiastic participation of our 106th class made yesterday a great Wolfeboro day.
Opening Day Photo Essay
Preparing For Opening Day
Our new faculty members arrived yesterday and will be learning the ropes today and tomorrow. Returning faculty rejoin us Tuesday and our Residential Life Staff have been on campus since Tuesday, June 16.
I never cease to be amazed by the care and attention to detail our administration and faculty take in preparation for our summer; as with our students, nothing is left to chance. Our faculty address everything from the daily schedule to weekend activities, intramurals and the dining hall, to study hall and weekend trips- everything we do and how we do it.
We hope your planning and packing is going well. Some of you may already be on the road; to you, we wish safe travels. We’ll see you opening day.
2015 Wolfeboro’s 106th Summer
Welcome to Wolfeboro’s 2015 blog. This is the place for parents, family, and friends to visit and follow our activities throughout the session. Publishing will start a bit prior to school’s opening.
In addition to this blog, we also invite you to follow the summer visually through our photo sharing partner Vidigami. We’ll be getting information about Vidigami out in the coming weeks.
While you’re waiting for our 2015 summer, please visit last year’s blog to see us in action, Wolfeboro2014.