Adventure School, Part Two. Newport, RI

Week Two of “Adventure School” started off with a nice visit from Sydney and Dan, a baseball game at Hogan Field and celebrating two August birthdays.

On Saturday, Oliver played baseball with several of his 1080 team buddies.  In game one, Oliver pitched, played short stop, third base and was catcher. Super fun to watch!

This week tony is racing J70’s in Newport everyday with a local team… it is a crazy week here packing, organizing for 5 weeks, 3 countries and multiple climates  –  also bringing SCHOOL with us!


Newport “Fall Ball” team during their first game vs Middletown. Foggy harbor behind the ball park: beautiful.

GAME TWO: Oliver’s 2nd game was fantastic, against the Portsmouth team. Oliver pitched four innings, and hit a beautiful double to center field. Two runs, RBI. Excellent ball-playing today! It was really great to be able to participate in just three weeks of fall baseball. Thanks to Coaches Bob Dufault and Ed Marshall – we appreciate these guys more than words can say.


More dining room math and a great week of learning! Meanwhile, as you can imagine, there was a lot of after-school packing and errands going on…


Sophia worked so hard on her “Mad Minutes” to finish a page of multiplication facts under a minute. Her hard work has paid off! I am particularly proud of this, as times-tables had never been a prior strength of Sophia Rey’s. Until now.  Sophia also had her first math test this week; a great second week of school for all~!


Oliver studied Valencia this week. In the photos above, he is presenting his work (with an assistant to hold the poster!).


Sophia studied Lake Garda. These research projects have gotten us all excited for Europe.

We are all packed and ready to leave for Ibiza!

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