BASCP Trivia Tuesday!

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Come join BASCP tomorrow, Tuesday 3/31at 3pm for a Trivia Quiz Show! Come show off your skills for knowing random knowledge and learn some new facts in the process! Nolan will be your Quiz Master and Jason will be your … Continued

Time to Grow!

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Happy Monday! Colin has an exciting idea for you today! Have you ever seen a wildflower seed bomb? Many lucky BASCP students had the opportunity to make these with Andrew & Colin. If any students have the BASCP seed bombs … Continued

Showing Gratitude from Home!

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Looking for another way to reach out in the community without being out in the community? As mail carriers and delivery workers are out every day, bringing much needed items all over the community, we can find creative ways to … Continued

Tynker Time

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Looking for some fun educational activities to engage your student?  Enroll in BASCP’s Tynker coding class. This class is perfect for students in grades K-5 of all experience levels, Tynker’s self-paced curriculum lets students learn by applying coding to core … Continued

BASCP in the Cloud

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BASCP videos, Zoom events, and other activities will be offered on our private Facebook page. If you do not have Facebook and would like to participate in events please e-mail Ellen:

Ways to help from home!

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Hi there, BASCP community! As we sit at home, trying to keep ourselves busy and entertained in a time of uncertainty, it’s a good idea to think about how we can help out in our community. Here are some ideas … Continued

Staying Connected

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Hi, BASCP-ers, Christie here! Today, I wanted to share some ideas about how to stay connected with loved ones at this time. It has definitely been challenging for my family, but we’ve tried to stay creative when reaching out! From … Continued

Signs of Spring in Medway

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 3/26/20 It’s early spring here at Impatient Turtle Farm and our garden is beginning to show signs of life. This morning my daughter Ada and I took a walk around the farm to see what perennial plants are starting to … Continued