Joining our long time helper Scott Reeder (alumni parent of Acacia Reeder '19), other kind families from nearby neighborhoods have volunteered to tuck the animals in at dusk and close up for the night. Even in times of separation, new helpers come out in support of beings with hearts.
"I love working at The Gregory School because of the real human relationships faculty create with students. It is important that students and faculty work in the classroom, but then in the farm I have a novel relationship with the same students. Also, I have a big grassy classroom for soccer. Then on Fridays I see students for watercolors, or mythology Playmobil, or field trips to my house to visit other goats and chickens, or all sorts of other great explorations. Then in advisory I see students for more serious business about grades, the future, snacks, and Pokemon. I love The Gregory School because it takes all these moments in the day to know whole people, and with all these varieties of contact in a day, week, month, and year we all grow to be more whole complete people. This is the best kind of complex education."