It has been a busy few weeks at the Clarkson School.  Kicking off with a ski trip to Smuggler’s Notch at the end of January, and concluding with the week’s ice carnival festivities, Clarkson School students have had many events keeping them busy.

Early Saturday morning January 28th the Clarkson School students loaded the bus bound for Smuggler’s Notch Ski Resort in Cambridge Vermont.  The weekend was full of skiing, snowboarding, tubing, and even swimming and soaking in the hot tub.  Student’s stayed in Smuggler’s Notch condos and enjoyed the reprieve from the everyday trials of class and tests.

Following the Smuggler’s notch trip the Clarkson School was graced with the visit of a very special alumna, Miss New York, and Second Runner Up Miss America, Kaitlin Monte (TCS ’06).  Kaitlin was impressed with the changes made on campus, and the new Clarkson School offices.  She had the privilege of having her own personal tour guide, current Clarkson University student, and brother, Russel Monte, also is a Clarkson School alumnus.  He completed the program in 2010.

Our winter festivities conclude with the Ice Carnival, which concluded this past Saturday.  The Carnival was welcomed in with the Miss Ice Princess pageant, who was crowned at the Ice Ball that night.  The Ice Ball provided an excuse to get dressed up and dance the night away in the middle of the winter.  Other Ice Carnival festivities included maple candy making, a super bowl party, karaoke night, wacky winter wear contest, and Summer Skate night.

(Clarkson School Ladies all dressed up for Ice Ball)

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