Marshall School’s iTerm gives students the chance to try new activities and test new skills
The students at Marshall School are getting creative as begin 2024.
They are in their iTerm, which includes unique classes like canoe building and origami.
Pearl Swanson is a Teaching Assistant in the baking class. She’s a senior, who took the class last year as well.
“I think it’s super fun that we get to make a new recipe each day, and then share it with the rest of the school,” she told us.
It’s been in place since 2017.
Karen Snyder, the principal of the middle school, is teaching an origami and art class.
“So iTerm is a chance for teachers to follow their passions, and share a passion with students. There’s also a chance for our students to just try different things that we don’t normally include in a regular classroom,” Snyder told us.
The iTerm runs through next Friday.