A Busy Day

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Today the audience chairs and stage risers for our upcoming production of “Romeo & Juliet” were brought to Strata by Paul. This will enable us to figure out how many people can attend each production and price out how much the tickets will cost. Michael came to Strata today to work on some stage blocking and scenes with a couple of people. We also had some potential Strata parents come for tours and eat lunch with us. Overall today was especially busy with regular classes, work on the play, tours, and humanities in the afternoon.

— Quinn RD

Making Artifacts for Humanities

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Leif F. and Sebastian are making artifacts out of clay. These artifacts are similar to artifacts that were found in excavation sites of ancient Greece and Alexandria. Sebastian is making Eratosthenes’ head out of clay. Eratosthenes was a Greek mathematician, geographer, poet, astronomer, and music theorist. He later became the head librarian of Alexandria. Leif is making an ancient Greek wine bottle out of clay, ancient Greek wine bottles are similar to modern wine bottles however they are much wider at the bottom.

— Luca