For 31 years, the entire Princeton Friends School community — from administration to faculty and 8th grade to pre-kindergarten — has focused each year’s curriculum theme on global and human issues. This year’s “Central Study” theme is H20, and Princeton Friends School students are learning about the importance of water — the planet’s most fragile and precious resource, essential to sustain life on Earth.
The Watershed is collaborating with the Princeton Friends School on the water theme, providing resources and learning opportunities. And the Watershed has certified PFS as a River-Friendly school.
The Spring Fling is a gala and benefit auction. Open to the wider Princeton-area community, the Spring Fling on April 28 from 7 – 11 p.m. will be an informal fun-filled event in the Updike Barn and under the stars, with music, dancing, food and drinks.
Participants are encouraged to make a donation on behalf of the Watershed and our shared commitment to safeguarding our H20.
For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit pfsspringfling.org.