Good Deed: St. Peter’s School Weather Watchers
March 6th, 2009
The Sixth Grade class has become neighborhood weather watchers! Every day, the class reads the data that is collected from the St. Peter’s Weather station on the roof of the School’s Seaman’s Wing. The students record the high temperature for the day, the low temperature for the day, and the wind chill. At the end of the month, they assemble the information and publish their findings in the Weekly Bulletin. They let the St. Peter’s School community know the true weather at School for the month. Now, parents know exactly how cold it is when their child goes outside for recess!