Green Innovation Day Middlebrook students participated in the seventh annual Green Innovation Day on Jan. 28. Green Innovation Day\u00a0is supported by the work of Daniel Pink\u00a0and\u00a0based on Google's 20% Project Time, which\u00a0asks Google employees to spend 20% of their time working on project not covered in their job descriptions. For Green Innovation Day,\u00a0Middlebrook students chose a personal, school-appropriate and safe project - from baking and artwork to coding and gold course design - and honed their\u00a0new crafts before sharing\u00a0them with their classmates. Shakespearean fun Two professional actors from the company Shakespeare not only shared their background on Shakespeare with Middlebrook seventh graders, but also performed scenes\u00a0and included student\u00a0volunteers.\u00a0The visit was funded by the\u00a0Middlebrook PTA. Non-fiction textbooks Six grade yellow team students are creating non-fiction textbooks in their writing workshop classes for a unit on research-based informational writing. The students have researched a variety of topics like girls' education, bullying, child labor and environmental issues, and\u00a0will share their textbooks during an\u00a0upcoming writing celebration. Career Day Career Day at Middlebrook is scheduled for Wednesday, March 16. Anyone interested in participating can contact one of the Middlebrook school counselors for more information. Click here for more information on Middlebrook School.