Physics Students Engrossed in the Magic of Puzzles
with World-class Puzzle-Master Rick Irby
Mr Rick Irby is a puzzles master. He is called Metagrobologist. This name was coined for himself in 1970. For nearly half a century, Rick Irby has worked with ingenious rings and other type of puzzles. He started his career as a street artist enjoying immensely popularity in places such as beaches and ports in San Francisco.
UKIAH, CA -- Due to their emphasis on citizenship and kindness, Developing Virtue students are involved in many service projects, including sponsoring the education and living expenses of several students in Uganda, raising funds through Walk-a-thons for medical care through Every Beat Matters/Save the Children, fundraising for disaster victims, endangered animals, and local charities.
Enroll Now for the 2013-14 School Year
Instilling Goodness Elementary and Developing Virtue Secondary Schools (IGDVS) are now accepting applications for enrollment for the 2013-14 school year. Financial aid scholarships are available to qualified new students. Prospective students are encouraged to visit the school and enroll in summer camp June 17-28 to experience the learning environment.
Girls School Mexico Trip
Fifteen Developing Virtue School girls spent their spring break helping a family in Valle de las Palmas, Mexico build an additional room for their one-room house. They hammered walls together, installed windows, painted, laid roof shingles. They also taught arts and crafts, played sports, and shared Chinese cooking and calligraphy with the children. They learned to make tortillas, practiced their Spanish, and visited a farm and dairy ranch. They enjoyed living simply, with few amenities, unplugged from the internet, and found it profoundly worthwhile to bond with each other and the children of Valle.