Students in Red Cedar River

Students release salmon into river, continue life cycle

https://youtu.be/xO2nfON-E6Q Project FISH Coordinator Mark Stephens provides information during New Morning School's salmon release at Ferguson Park in Okemos, MI. A yearlong study of the lifecycle of salmon concluded with a field trip to the Red Cedar River in Okemos, MI. -- the last stop before the salmon reach their ultimate destination of Lake … Continue reading Students release salmon into river, continue life cycle

Students learn with technology for NMS summer stem camp.

NMS Summer Science Camp postponed for 2020, but watch for 2021 return

Our annual Sumer Science Camps for students will not take place this year, as we focus on preparation for the 2020-21 school year. However, we hope the current global health status will shift so that we can return in the summer of 2021 to offer a variety of programs for various age groups. We … Continue reading NMS Summer Science Camp postponed for 2020, but watch for 2021 return

Zero Impact Day is April 22 in Plymouth.

Zero Impact Day comes April 22 to NMS

A unique way to celebrate #EarthDay19 here at New Morning School @Plymouthmich “Zero Impact Day” - no lights, no computers, no power- @WWJ950 @FOX2News @NMSPlymouth pic.twitter.com/pLZq6WO8IN — Charlie Langton (@charlielangton) April 22, 2019 New Morning School's first-ever Zero Impact Day takes place Monday, April 22 -- Earth Day -- here at New Morning School … Continue reading Zero Impact Day comes April 22 to NMS

The Importance of Natural Movement | Paul Hanna

My family did some traveling this summer. We listened to lots of toddler-curated music, but we also had the opportunity to catch an audiobook we loved -- “Movement Matters” by Katy Bowman. I recommend this book. The book is a collection of essays written by the movement scientist (specifically a “biomechanist”), who believes a … Continue reading The Importance of Natural Movement | Paul Hanna