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At Springmont, we’re proud of our school and like to tell others about the accomplishments of our students, alumni, faculty and staff. Here you’ll find recent school news, press releases and other interesting items, as well as links to media coverage of our school.

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2013 GREAT WORKS OF ELEMENTARY

  • Springmont Participates in World Water Monitoring Day

    The City of Sandy Springs and Springmont took part in World Water Monitoring Day (WWMD) activities at Heritage Sandy Springs for the fifth consecutive year. "The City of Sandy Springs continues to partner with Springmont for World Water Monitoring Day to promote the importance of monitoring water quality in our streams and rivers. This partnership shows the value of gathering solid data so we can have an impact on conservation in the future," said Sandy Springs Mayor Rusty Paul.

    The students joined thousands of volunteers across the globe to sample water quality and report their findings. The monitoring activities were engaging and students sampled water in the creek as well as in the spring. Springmont Elementary students performed tests for dissolved oxygen, pH, turbidity (clarity) and temperature.
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  • Fall Means Trips to Landschool

    Once the weather starts to get chilly in the mornings and leaves begin to show hints of red and gold, that means it’s time for Springmont’s Elementary and Middle School students make their way to the Landschool. The Springmont Landschool is an 86-acre mountain retreat located in Summerville, Ga., just 80 miles northwest of Springmont’s Atlanta campus. The facility is situated in the foothills of the Appalachian Trail and abuts section 7 of the Pinhoti Trail. Nature abounds on this property and students are immersed in experiential learning opportunities. A naturalist provides lessons in edible plants and finding a water source and safe habitat while exploring nature. Students make their own rope from bark, learn to start a fire from flint in the fire pit and grind ochre for painting. These excursions offer students connections to the natural world and to themselves, their responsibilities for sustainability and to affinities they didn’t know they had.
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