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Jillian H.

Outdoor Classroom Unearthed

By Jillian H. On Wednesday, May 4th, the Duxburrow Outdoor Learning Area officially opened, complete with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, walking tours, and various presentations. The outdoor classroom, named after the old path it encompasses, aims to provide Duxbury students with historic and ecological learning opportunities. “An outdoor classroom […]

Living Like An Alien

By: Jillian H. Can you imagine what it would be like to be an astronaut? Floating along, the only thing that separates you from the deep pull of outer space is a thin layer of metal. You rediscover each morning where you are when you see Earth looming […]

The Garden Club In Bloom

By Jillian H. Last week, the DHS Garden Club imitated a piece of art using flowers. The Duxbury Art Association paired with the Community Garden Club of Duxbury and hosted “Blooms at the Complex” this weekend. Participants were asked to choose an artwork and create a flower arrangement […]

Time and Tides Still Surging

By Jillian H. Time and Tides will not give up its quest for support. Last advisory, the entire junior class packed the presentation hall to learn about the hopeful program. Interest was high, but many students left the meeting with a still shaky understanding of the program. Echoing […]

Duxbury Remembers in D.C.

By: Jillian H. For two nights and three days, D.C. met Duxbury. On Sunday, November 15th, thirty-eight students and four teacher-chaperones boarded a flight to Washington, D.C. Despite having only a few days, the extended Holocaust field trip was able to fit in a great deal of the […]

Boughs of Holly Days

By: Jillian H. On November 29th, the town-wide festivity Holly Days returns. Now in its eleventh year, Holly Days is the annual event that links Duxbury residents with its businesses. Trolleys will connect the villages, stopping at Hall’s Corner, the Marketplace, the Student Union, Snug Harbor, and the […]