I love Butler because it's my home. Working in the Park House, I feel that a part of me will always live here in the Intermediate community. I grew up riding with the Butler Equestrian Program, working as a counselor at Butler Camp, and finally as a guide in the Intermediate program. Butler shaped some of my most formative years and now I have the privilege to give back to the community through my work with the Intermediates. It is a joy to be here every day; I can't imagine working anywhere else! Ms. Emma Rodwin, Intermediate Guide
Water Water Anywhere: As part of their Occupations (Science) unit on Water, Intermediate students participated in an activity called Water Water Anywhere. This activity provides a simulation of water scarcity around the world, as students are forced to confront situations in which there is water abundance, physical scarcity of water, and economic scarcity of water. They must balance agricultural, industrial, and human needs with the sometimes limited or “contaminated” water they have available. In their reflection following the activity, the students commented that they felt lucky to live in a place of water abundance, and it made them think more carefully about the amount of water they consume every day.