PEGASUS SUMMER PROGRAM

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Testimonials

Singing Our Praises-Testimonials from Parents and Children

 

Matthew was from Sudbury, a  neighboring town. He came to Pegasus after hearing about it from friends. Here’s what his mother Maria had to say about Matthew’s time at Pegasus:

Maria B., Parent of Matthew, Entering Grade Six, WPKN TV Production Specialty Area

“Our son Matthew very much enjoyed his time at Pegasus. We regret not having sent him years ago!  What a terrific program and so varied. It was a very quick three weeks for him. Thank you all so much for what you do. We very much appreciated knowing he was off somewhere happy each day.”

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Aiden was interviewed at the close of his session at Pegasus, where he engaged in games, games, games.  He spoke with great enthusiasm and excitement about his “tradition” of attending Pegasus.

Aiden C., Entering Grade 5, Fun & Fitness Specialty Area

Aiden and his siblings

 

 

“I like being active at Pegasus. It burns up a lot of energy. It keeps me going.  I love games. It’s just who I am. It’s just like…fun. I also like the Wednesday field trips.  I love Breezy Waterslides. You slide right into a lake. That’s fun, and Patriot Hall was good, too. You could try on the Super Bowl rings, and I put on Tom Brady’s cleats. They’re enormous! The Snow Day we had was really different because we went sledding, and I got interviewed by a TV station. For me, coming to Pegasus is kind of like a tradition because I’ve done it every year, probably since 2004 or 2005. This year my whole family came!”

 

 

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Caitriona N. and her younger brother are Pegasus regulars. Caitriona has been coming to Pegasus for many years and this summer she transitioned into the middle school program. 

Caitriona N., Entering Grade 6, Studio Art Specialty Area, currently middle school programcatrionatestimonialpage

“I’ve been coming to Pegasus since I was entering Kindergarten. Studio Art was different from what I usually do at Pegasus. In other years, I did Sizzlin’ Science and Performing Arts.  For an elective, I always pick Culinary Arts or Games.

The time went by really fast in Studio Art.  When we made tie-dye shirts and pillows, I helped with the set up. I went outside with a teacher and helped put out some buckets filled with water. This was to soak the shirts.  I also got to help make our displays in the lobby. We used the display cases and put out tables for bigger projects like the cakes we made out of boxes. I put my clay bunny in the case but when one ear fell off, I just moved it to the back of the case so that didn’t show.

We had a field trip to the Wayside Inn. We had clipboards, paper, and sketching pencils. It’s easy to sketch the buildings there because they are small and there’s not a lot of detail.We could draw the outline of the buildings like the Martha Mary Chapel, the Old Schoolhouse, the Grist Mill, and the Wayside Inn.

For Independence Day, Pegasus had a cookout and games outside on a Friday. So that week in Studio Art we helped make things for it.  My two friends and I designed a Fourth of July mural and we painted it, too. We were a team.”

 

 


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