by Caciques Tori Suslovitch and Tori O’Connor All forty-eight of us are back on campus after kayak rotations and it’s great to have class with everyone again. A large chunk of time today was spent discussing possible Human Ecology final projects. Students walked around different classrooms and talked about problems, both atIslandSchooland at home, that are worth fixing. Project ideas ranged from creating a more local food environment at our sending schools to improving both our wind and solar energy consumption around The Island School campus. By the end of our three hour class every student felt confident in the topics they chose to tackle with both the rest of their group and their teacher advisor. It is incredibly exciting to start these projects and it will be very interesting to see how they will progress and see the positive differences that will be made to our community.