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PPS Hosts 32nd Annual Project Inside Out!

Porters Point School’s thirty-second Project Inside Out will run from June 5 through June 8 this year!

Growing from just two classrooms and a handful of volunteers more than three decades ago, Project Inside Out has become a hugely successful and dearly loved school-wide annual event with vast community involvement. It provides students with the opportunity to enjoy a wide assortment of activities related to their year-long learning outside in the fresh air and sunshine. Students explore their interests in a lively, supportive environment and gain exposure to activities they might otherwise not, reflecting upon their projects through twice-daily journal writing. Project Inside Out provides a fun and creative alternative outlet for students at the school year’s end—a memorable and exciting way to kick off summer vacation.

Here is a sample of some of the activities the students will enjoy this week!

Art Paper Design
Bike Rodeo
Biking & Hiking
Boat Making
Counted Cross Stitch
Early American Candles
Early American Games
Early American Toys
Frontier Survival Skills
Fun with Beads
Fun with Boxes
Homes for Wee Folks
Jumping Rope
Jute Basket Weaving
Making German Pretzels
Mosaic Art
Native American Games & Crafts
Native American Masks
Outdoor Games
Pillow Making
Pirate Adventures
Radiant Star
Spool Knitting
Stars & Stripes
Summer Reading is Fun
Terrariums & Composting
Things That Fly
Up, Up & Away
Yarn Weaving


The community support for this annual tradition is immense, and it is all of this community support and energy that helps to make this program a smashing success.

For more information about Project Inside Out, please contact Marcia Devino at (802) 863-5403.

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