Earn house points by doing something good for your health and the environment! Make a vegetarian meal and then submit a picture of it for house points. (To qualify for points, the meal must include vegetables, not just be carbs and cheese).
For 10 points, fill out a shared google form with your house name and upload the picture of your meal.
For 15 points, you can include the recipe for your meal.
For 20 points, make your recipe “quarantine friendly” meaning that it can be made with canned, dried, and/or frozen ingredients.
You can even use the same form each Friday as the competition will be ongoing until we are back in person again!
Clubs offer students the opportunity to discover and learn, demonstrate leadership, connect with students and faculty with common interests, and improve both Solebury and the larger community. Clubs meet virtually every Wednesday. Learn more here.
Solebury Book Club featuring Rachel Simon '77 Tuesday, April 13 from 7-8PM
Join us on for an exclusive live, virtual discussion with author and Solebury alumna Rachel Simon '77. Rachel is an award-winning author and a nationally-recognized public speaker on issues related to diversity and disability. Riding the Bus with My Sister is a heartwarming memoir about the unbreakable bond between two very different sisters, taking the reader on an inspirational journey at once unique and universal. It was adapted into a film in 2005, starring Andie McDowell and Rosie O'Donnell and directed by Anjelica Huston.
Try to Remember: A Retrospective of Years of SoleStage Musicals
Saturday, March 20
Trivia Night Thursday, April 8
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