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Displaying posts from October 2013

Maharishi School To Be Featured on TV Series

Maharishi School To Be Featured on Canadian TV A Canadian film crew spent four days in October visiting the Fairfield community while filming for a TV segment on Maharishi School. The hour-long episode will be part of a series titled “Schools Like No Other,” which is featuring 26 extraordinary schools from around the world. It will... Read More »

Culture Project

This week in the classroom... Our 5th and 6th graders presented their Culture Projects this week. Each student or team chose a country and researched the religious and cultural traditions. Countries researched included Costa Rica, Papua New Guinea, The Phillipines, Switzerland, Russia, Egypt, Argentina and many more!          

Pioneers Vs. Parents and Faculty Soccer Game October 24

The Varsity soccer team will be playing the faculty and parents on October 24th, at 5:00pm at the soccer field behind North Campus Village. Middle School boys are also invited to play. We will also honor the seniors during the game. The parent/faculty team has won the last 2 matches. Go Pioneers!! (Dress warmly….)

Preschool Students Get Rocket Demonstration

This week in the classroom... The preschool class had a presentation by the Middle School students about their rocket designs. The preschool students prepared the following questions: What makes the rocket go really high? What does the parachute do? What came out of the rocket? Can we see one of the rockets up close? How far... Read More »

Sports News: Soccer, Tennis, Volleyball

Soccer 2 wins for the Pioneers. Firstly a 4-1 win over Scattergood. A close game, until the Pioneers broke it open with a couple of goals in the middle of the 2nd half. Maharishi School had been up 2-1. On Wednesday the Pioneers beat the club team from Fairfield 8-4 Our Pioneers played really well and... Read More »

Maharishi Team Finding Its Stride

Cross-country has given six students a chance to compete by Allyus Fritz-- Fairfield Ledger-- Samantha Bell was seeking a fresh outlook. Bell was living in Hilton Head Island, S.C. She felt that the people there were superficial. The wealthy community that Bell grew up in was not providing the acceptance that she needed. She wanted to... Read More »

Cob Oven Bakes Pizzas In No Time

by Andy Hallman--Fairfield Ledger-- Imagine cooking a pizza from start to finish in just two minutes. Although it sounds impossible, the feat is within reach for a homemade cob oven at Maharishi School for the Age of Enlightenment. The base of the oven is made of reclaimed concrete blocks and the body is made of a... Read More »

Insect Project

This week in the classroom... The Intermediate Boys and Girls have been studying insects. The unit culminated with poster projects done at home and creative bug sock sculptures completed at school. The Intermediate girls read their insect book to the Primary girls.

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