Tim from the Audubon Society visited on Tuesday. We got to pass around several wings, skulls, and talons of birds of prey. There was a dead golden eagle in a box that was very heavy. After the slideshow and passing around parts of many different birds, Tim brought out Julio. Julio is a great horned owl that lives at the Audubon Society. She is a girl even though they thought she was a boy so named her Julio. She made squeaky noises and stood on Tim’s special glove. We didn’t touch her but got to watch her while she looked around Puddletown. We turned out the lights so we could see her eyes get bigger. She was cool!
Due to COVID-19 Puddletown School is currently operating an emergency child care center. Our elementary classes will be following the metrics defined by Governor Brown. Currently our elementary program is operating as a combination of in person and hybrid. Our Department of Education blueprint for reentry is here. Our COVID-19 disease management protocols for our preschool and elementary program can be found here. For information regarding enrollment for children ages 3-11 for the 20/21 school year and beyond, please email email@example.com.