The Baden Academy Fun Guys want to invite you to begin composting. While plans to begin composting our cafeteria waste at school have temporarily been put on hold, the concepts they review hold true for home composting too! Enjoy the film and remember to play in the dirt. Find out […]

The Nerd Battalion had the wonderful opportunity to interview of Helen Daage of the Air Force Association. Helen works with the Air Force Association has a National Youth Cyber Education Program in an age where cybercrime diverts 1% of the global economy. Check out the three parts of the interview. […]

Our Plastic Pollution Police were inspired by leading environmental experts to stop the spread of plastic pollution. The Plastic Pollution Police are here and they are on a mission to stop the spread of plastic pollution. Learn about the global plastic problem, and how recycling may not be the best […]

Jonah Felder and Lillia Gouldsbarry take you on a journey spanning 4.9 Billion miles to explore a moon of Saturn. Enjoy them reading aloud their new book Huygens: Earth’s Farthest Robotic Outpost. This book was two years in the making (more than 20 when you count all the work the […]

Baden Academy Origami Cranes were mailed to Japan and now hang in the Hiroshima Peace Garden. Enjoy the Take Action film about this great donation. Go to bacstakeaction.weebly.com to find out more about this incredible club.

Authors Sophie Panella and Kylee Chamberlain were thrilled to present their new book about George Washington at Logstown to the Logstown Associates Historical Society. The group was so impressed, they asked if the girls could make a recording the Society could use in their conversations with local and state leaders.

The Pollinators fellowship worked closely with 1st-grade teachers and Sr. Lyn to bring together the first part of a Unit involving the bees on the Sr. of St. Joseph campus. Sr Lyn is helping Mrs. Biggins first grade understand bees. The Pollinators are partnering with first graders to grow pollinator […]