Category Archives: Cacique Update

Cacique update – March 8, 2010

Yesterday was the second day of SCUBA week. We got to sleep in a little bit and everyone was on time to morning circle at 7:30 which means we are one pebble closer to a party! Yesterday all the SCUBA groups went out for two dives. In the morning, two groups saw a hammerhead shark at the Saddle, and in the afternoon another group got to also see the hammerhead. Most groups made it down to 35 feet at Tunnel Rock. From what we’ve heard everyone had a great experience diving and can’t wait to get back out today. Props to G-Rap!

-Maddie H. and Luke S.

Cacique Update- March 4, 2010

Island School's wind generator produces energy for our campus on a blustery day

By 7:30 a.m. all 47 students had successfully lapped Triangle Cut for our first time. We woke up to a cold and windy morning but by the time we were in the water at Triangle Cut, we remembered that we were in The Bahamas. In order to refuel, we got a little creative with our oatmeal: Nick put peanut butter and jelly on his! We had a long day establishing our senses of place and community by first learning Continue reading