Episcopal Day School (EDS) is proud to announce the opening of its newly developed Jackson Cross Country Course and Trails on its Flowing Wells Campus, where EDS will host its first race on September 22, 2016.
During the week of July 11-15, EDS summer campers had the opportunity to learn about gardening and produce at our Flowing Wells Campus.
Episcopal Day School (EDS) and its Parent Association have integrated Wi-fI technology into one of its school buses to expand opportunities for learning and collaborative projects to students.
Next week, the dynamic team from WONDER, by Design, will be back on campus with the ?deliverables? gleaned from their time with us earlier this month: 1) An ?Education Manifesto? or guiding philosophy and vision statement for this project, and 2) Revised master plan strategies that organize the Flowing Wells campus according to this educational vision and our evolving priorities.
Why did you originally choose EDS for your child??
Why have you kept your child at EDS??
What does preparation mean/look like for you??
What of these important elements of an EDS education do you envision could be amplified on the Flowing Wells Campus??
What new elements of an EDS education can you envision being made possible by the Flowing Wells Campus that would not otherwise be possible??
These are the kinds of questions that were at the center of three days of design workshops with the team from Wonder, by Design in the next steps of designing our Flowing Wells Campus.
Despite the dreary, overcast skies, and cool temperatures, the learning continues at our Flowing Wells Campus. We reached another exciting milestone with the first harvest of lettuce and radishes. The second grade class started some of the lettuce from seeds and also transplanted the seedlings into the garden beds earlier in the year.
Last week marked the first harvest from our educational gardens at the Flowing Wells Campus. The students were excited to find the reward of the first squash, zucchini, kale and collards after putting in the hard work of building garden beds, hauling dirt and water, starting seeds, and transplanting seedlings.
Even though EDS is several months away from breaking ground, it?s time for passersby to officially know what is going on at 1337 Flowing Wells Road.
Our 4-H program continues to grow out at Flowing Wells Campus! The fourth graders spent the afternoon exploring soil and water and how they work together to provide what plants need to grow. To wrap up their day, the kids made a planter to illustrate what they had learned.
This morning the rain stopped and the clouds parted just in time for the official Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the newly renovated EDS playground and field. After two years of design, funding, and construction, the transformation of the Walton Way campus Phase I of a comprehensive master plan that includes Flowing Wells Road is complete.