Ways to Engage
Ways to Engage with the Land School
Ways to Connect
- Check the weekly Tuesday Memo for Land School events and news from the rural campus
- Check out Farm Friday on LCS's social media accounts for photos highlighting current events on the land
Ways to Participate
- Plan a Family Visit: Dates on the SignUpGenius become available as LCS volunteer Land School Docents are available to host. Continue to check the link and Tuesday Memo for any updates. Also, check with your young person's guide or the Level calendar to learn more about how/when/what Land School opportunities exist for them. A special thank you to all of the volunteer docents who help to make these visits possible for the community! Click the link to learn about Land School Guidelines in preparation for your visit.
- Volunteer for Harvest & Market Day, events, etc.: Please email us at [email protected] for further details.
- Stop by the the Land School Market at the urban campus on Tuesdays from 4-6 p.m. in September and October to select from an array of vegetables to purchase
- We host occasional community events at the Land School - check the school calendar for more details
- LCS Environmental Group: a parent-driven initiative exploring existing and potential environmental stewardship opportunities and education on both the Urban and Rural campuses. The Environmental Group meets throughout the year, and we encourage you to participate any time.
- CH: Students experience the Land School when we bring materials and investigations into their environments throughout the year.
- E1: Each E1 Classroom comes to the Land School in the fall, preparing them to plan small group Going Outs and becoming familiar with our Rural Campus. In the spring, E1 classes come for a 3-day overnight trip to the Land School.
- E2: Each class digs into stewardship projects and land exploration for at least one day visit and a 3-day overnight in the fall, plus a day trip in the spring. Students can choose to sign up for a week-long summer Farm Camp.
- Junior High: Each student has the opportunity to attend one three-week residential Farm Stay during the school year, filled with contribution work and study, hand work, micro economy projects, and building community. The whole Junior High comes for 4 day trips throughout the school year. Students can choose to sign up for week-long Apprenticeships in the summer.
- Learn more about the Farm Stay experience here.