The Song of Spring

Listen carefully when you are near a pond or wet area; you might hear the song of the spring peepers. Each year we look forward to hearing the chorus of these frogs heralding the start of spring. They are more often heard than seen, but if you are lucky you might catch a glimpse of one of these tiny brown amphibians. The scientific name, Hyla crucifer, refers to the X mark on the back of each little frog.

Collier School Open House - 4/21

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CHS Students Shine at Model UN Conference

Collier High School students joined over 1,500 others from across the region to participate in the Model UN Conference in Hershey, Pennsylvania this January. As the first delegation from Collier to participate, our ten student representatives excelled individually and collectively as they actively participated in discussions and activities. "The kids who went were the best group we could have taken," said junior Jonathan Brown, who was selected as Collier’s Youth Secretariat at the conference. "Having a group do something like this and do it so well is good for the school and for all of us individually!"

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