The students are involved in a myriad assortment of games everyday here at Fairhaven School. Some are established board games with printed rules, others are inventive games much like Calvinball (a game played by Calvin and Hobbes the Tiger) the rules of which are constantly evolving and changing as the game plays out.
On days that I am able to join them, I count myself lucky. There is much more involved in game-play than meets the eye. Gamers practice life skills at the game table, and timeless wisdom commingles with game-play banter. The way I see it, time spent in communion with others around the game table is time well spent.
Becka Miller, Staff