After spending Tuesday morning chopping and preparing ingredients, students from the Voyager School and their parents dined on Stone Soup.
Voyager School families participated in the annual Stone Soup feast on Tuesday.
“Would you like some eyeballs?” Voyager School parents asked students on Tuesday as part of the Grand Haven school’s longstanding “freaky fruit” Halloween party tradition.
Voyager School students celebrated Halloween by singing at Christian Haven and having a “freak fruit” party.
Voyager School students, church volunteers load up Care Kits together.
Voyager School students and volunteers at First Christian Reformed Church packed Care Kits and Wee Care Kits on Thursday.
Twenty-seven Grand Haven High School seniors paid a visit to their old stomping grounds at Ferry Elementary and Voyager schools this morning, walking through the halls of the school as current students and staff congratulated members of the senior
Voyager School students create leprechaun traps.
Voyager School students made leprechaun traps on Thursday.
It is based on the book by the same name.
Voyager School students and their families participated in the annual feast tradition called Stone Soup.
Wearing blue and gray hats to represent Union and Confederate soldiers, Voyager School students on Wednesday participated in military drills and an obstacle course, and re-enacted the American Civil War and Underground Railroad.
On Wednesday, students recited speeches, participated in military drills, and reenacted the Civil War and Underground Railroad.