Woodland is now home to a field of snow people! You can see these fun creations as you drive by the school! Students continued with their many Journey projects this week, each child following their curiosity down whatever road it lead them. Winter Program met with great success at Cannon as the skiers and boarders had a wonderful sunny day and beautiful snow. Students spent time with local artist Lucy Golden at Littleton Studio School learning how to make beautiful jewelry. Skills learned included working with metal, enameling and soldering. Cole celebrated his 13th birthday by enjoying a ride in the front seat of the Woodland van. Cole and Leo also learned this week that the artwork they submitted to the Scholastic Arts Awards of New Hampshire won an Honorable Mention and a Silver Key respectively. Congratulations Cole and Leo! Their work will be on display at Pinkerton Academy from January 23-February 12. Make a day of it and go see Fiddler on the Roof along with Woodland student artwork on display at the Silver Center in Plymouth, then continue to Pinkerton Academy for more student artwork from around the state. Woodland students are making a name for themselves in New Hampshire!