Chagall, CPR...and who is that masked man?

Woodland was a hub of activity once again last week as students finished a collaborative project that is on display in Plymouth. "Far From The Home I Love" is the theme of the exhibit put together by the Educational Theatre Collaborative and Plymouth State University in conjunction with their production of Fiddler on the Roof. Students participated in a Compassionate Communication activity and emulated the early cubist style of Marc Chagall for their creation. To see the finished project make plans to go see Fiddler on the Roof at the Hanaway Theatre in the Silver Center at Plymouth State University! Over six thousand people will be passing through the Silver Center to look at the amazing student artwork from around the state. Remember when the OSE students conducted a bake sale to raise money for a CPR/First Aid class? Well, we welcomed Bill Brusseau to Woodland last week as Leo, Tye, Zoe, Cole and Carolyn earned their American Heart Association CPR certification and learned the basics of first aid. Journey projects this week involved flash floods, swords, the periodic table, writing a play about Rumpelstiltskin, researching the Altai people, science experiments, the Titanic, building a Lego army base, making a magic wand, researching about wolves and mask making. Can you tell who Finley is putting the mask on?