What Does Peace Look Like?

                      Last Friday at Mills Lawn was Rainbow Day with the goal of celebrating diversity and asking the question, “What does peace look… Continue reading

Peace Week Assembly

Echoes of “Best Assembly Ever!” are still reverberating throughout the school in regards to the fantastic Peace Week Assembly on Thursday! What an energizing and uplifting celebration of the Mills Lawn Community in… Continue reading

Bulldogs Are The Best!

Thursday at Mills Lawn was Blue Day: Show Your School Spirit! When it came time for the afternoon assembly celebrating Peace Week and the kick off of Project Peace 2.0, there was a… Continue reading

Yellow Day: How can you serve your Mills Lawn Community?

It’s mid-week and Peace Week at Mills Lawn is in full swing with all shades of yellow threaded throughout the school! Today, Bulldog News Crew Members Lucas, Kira, Sophia, and Ashlea joined in… Continue reading

Red Day: Stop and Give A Compliment!

 Tuesday at Mills Lawn was Red Day: Stop and Give A Compliment! Students looked great in red and generously shared compliments with one another. Just as I walked into the cafeteria, I was… Continue reading

Peace Week Mix It Up Day!

       Peace Week’s Mix It Up Day was a fun start to the week! Lots of students showed their Peace Week Pride by wearing green and growing new friendships. Students exchanged preferences about… Continue reading

Monday Kicks Off Peace Week With Green Day: Grow A New Friendship!

It’s time to kick off Peace Week at Mills Lawn! Peace Week is the beginning of a spring full of Project Peace 2.0 special projects throughout the school. Monday is Green Day where everyone is… Continue reading

Animating Words for Peace!

This spring students will be utilizing a Peacemaker Dictionary at Mills Lawn. The last couple of weeks sixth grade students experimented with a stop motion app during their Media and Technology period with Mr.… Continue reading

Project Peace 2.0: What Does Peace Look Like at Mills Lawn?

Project Peace at Mills Lawn continues this spring with a focus on the central question, “What does peace look like at Mills Lawn?” Across the school students and teachers will be exploring different… Continue reading

Partnership in Education and Peace

Project Peace is a collaboration between Yellow Springs Schools and Yellow Springs Arts Council. Generous support is provided by the YS Village Human Relations Commission and the Yellow Springs Community Foundation.

Project Peace Opening Reception at AUM

The Opening Reception of Project Peace at Antioch University Midwest was a success! Despite the snowy weather, the event was well attended. We were thrilled to celebrate the unveiling of the final Peacemaker… Continue reading

Project Peace on Channel 7 News!

Project Peace was featured on Channel 7 News. If you missed it, take a look! http://www.whiotv.com/videos/news/yellow-springs-schools-promote-anti-bullying/vt4cd/

Final Art Session for Project Peace: Unveiling for Students Thursday March 21st!

One last after school session with sixth grade students and the help of additional community artist volunteers resulted in a great amount of progress toward the finished hero/peacemaker portraits. Thanks everyone! Mrs. Paul… Continue reading

Finishing Session for Project Peace Includes Voicing Messages of Peace

    Students met with Ms. Paul and Ms. Housh for an after school session for Project Peace this week. Our first task together was to decide on a statement that each student… Continue reading

Inspired by Indigo, Finding Connections at Home

 Check out this beautiful example of an indigo dyed textile brought in to share by one of our sixth graders! This large cloth looks very similar to some of the Japanese Shibori examples… Continue reading