We celebrated the past, present, and future through participation in a Time Capsule Day!
Countless hours from our school team was invested in to this very special project for our students and this day included:
- The unearthing of a time capsule buried by third and tenth graders in 1988 while listening to a special performance by our Apple Crate chorus.
- Students spent their day learning about the 1980s, they learned more about the artifacts found within the time capsule and major events of that decade.
- Our day culminated with the planting of seven new time capsules, one from each grade level, in a ceremony that involved all 1,000 of our students. It is our hope that this becomes a school tradition every 25 years!
To share this amazing event with our wonderful community, we have posted this video to highlight all of the Time Capsule festivities from the day.
We thank everyone involved for making this day possible. A special thank you goes out to:
- Our Time Capsule Committee
- Our Special Guests: NYS Assemblywoman Janet Duprey, and Susan Ashline and Terry Devins (students that participated in the original time capsule project of 1989).
- Our Applecrate Chorus
- Mr. Fisher – our technology teacher from the secondary building for filming and preparing the video.
- Lowes and Living Goods for their donations to this event.
The next Time Capsule unearthing is schedule for the spring of 2039!