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What we love about summer

According to the calendar, there are 25 days left of summer. The mindset of summer, sadly, is weeks shorter. We’ve been conditioned to say farewell to the season as September approaches. This year, even with a late Labor Day, the countdown has already begun. The opening of our local schools next week, followed shortly by the closing of all town pools, brings the curtain down on summer with a final, melancholy thud.

In appreciation of summer’s many pleasures, we asked friends and family to name a few of their highlights from the Summer of 2015. Some are quite specific to a particular time and place. Others are more general seasonal appreciations. All are good with us.

There were so many highlights to choose from that we limited our list to two highlights for each remaining day of the season.

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February 13, 2015

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PRES kids preview new principal, get a lesson about colorful ties

By DON HEPPNER

About 50 smiling faces eagerly rushed into the Schaffner Room of the Pound Ridge Library to meet the new principal of the Pound Ridge Elementary School, Randal Lichtenwalner, on Wednesday. “Call me Mr. L,” he said.

This is the first year in the job for Mr. Lichtenwalner. He started July 1, and told the children at the library that the school was a lonely place without the students. “I walk around and the halls are empty,” he said.  But he’s not lonely anymore.

He went to the town’s day camp on its last day. “It was the best day of the summer, because before that I was roaming around the halls of PRES, but at the camp I got to meet some students and that made the day much better,” Mr. L said.

Sitting in the front of the room, Mr. Lichtenwalner said  he was looking forward to meeting the students at the library, but first, he wanted to read two books about elementary school principals. 

The first book was entitled “A Fine, Fine School,” which tells about a principal who loves his school so much that he made his students attend school every day, even on weekends, over the summer and holidays. The students in the story missed doing fun stuff like teaching tricks to dogs and climbing trees. Finally, one of the students explained to the principal that as great as the school was, life was more than just attending school. The principal gave her point some thought, and agreed, so he revised the school schedule back to what it was before he took away weekends, summer vacations and holidays. 

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March 13, 2015

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New PRES principal Randal Lichtenwalner reads to kids at the Pound Ridge Library on Wednesday. Each book he selected tells a story about a school principal.

 

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August 21, 2015

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