Vanderbilt Students Spend Spring Break at Crotched Mountain School

Last week, Crotched Mountain School welcomed student volunteers from Vanderbilt University for “alternative spring break.” This has been a long-standing tradition, as students take the long road-trip from Nashville all the way to Greenfield, NH.

The students stayed on campus and spent time in Crotched Mountain School classrooms, working with students, taking part in activities, or, in the case of this good-natured trooper pictured below, pretending to be a maple tree so Beth Simpson our Farm School coordinator could show the Crotched Mountain students how sap drips down into buckets.

It’s safe to say no other spring break was this sweet!

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