It’s a big day for Mountain Jam fans, as the beloved Hunter Mountain festival has shared yet another major announcement. From June 2-5, Hunter, NY will host the 12th annual Mountain Jam, and now fans can know what to expect for each day of the music. The festival has not only shared their daily schedule, but they’ve also revealed one additional performance.At this year’s Mountain Jam, the band Train will perform the album Led Zeppelin II. The “Drops of Jupiter” band will dig into the Led Zeppelin catalog, pulling out hits like “Whole Lotta Love,” “What Is And What Should Never Be,” “Ramble On,” and more. Nice.Check out the full daily schedule below, and head here for more information.Mountain Jam Daily LineupsTHURSDAY, JUNE 2 Umphrey’s McGee Train plays Led Zeppelin II Marco Benevento & Superhuman Happiness: A Tribute to David Bowie Donna The Buffalo Cabinet Wild Adriatic Jane Lee HookerFRIDAY, JUNE 3 Wilco Gov’t Mule Jason Isbell Courtney Barnett Chris Robinson Brotherhood The New Mastersounds (late night) Nahko And Medicine For The People Turkuaz And The Kids Love Canon Marcus King Band Copious Jones Madaila Suitcase Junket The Movement Upstate RubdownSATURDAY, JUNE 4 Beck Thievery Corporation (late night) Gary Clark Jr. Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats Lettuce Houndmouth Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds The Record Company Son Little Con Brio Darlingside The Paul Green Rock Academy Ratboy Jr.SUNDAY, JUNE 5 The Avett Brothers Brandi Carlile Michael Franti & Spearhead Third World The London Souls The Ballroom Thieves with Maine Youth Rock Orchestra Quilt Elijah Wolf Scott Sharrard The Paul Green Rock Academy Bari Koral’s Yogarama
BATESVILLE, Ind. — At its December meeting, the Batesville Community Education Foundation awarded nearly $7,500 in grants.The Foundation says this cycle was the most competitive cycle since its inception.The foundation awarded grants in all 3 area of focus, academics, arts, and athletics.Outdoor Basketball Goals at BMS: With $1300 in grant money from BCEF, a group of BMS teachers is working toward bringing outdoor basketball goals back for their students. While the students currently have outside time if the weather permits, the previous basketball goals had to be removed as part of the BIS expansion. As part of the Healthy Schools Initiative, the teachers hope to get enough money to install basketball goals for the students to use to stay active during outdoor break times.Scientific Calculators for Middle Schoolers: Twenty-five scientific calculators will become a permanent part of the BMS Math department, thanks to a $1100 grant from BCEF. With fewer students at this age owning their own scientific calculators, providing them at school will allow the teachers to provide instruction for general math use and testing now instead of having to delay this until high school.Partnership with Music Boosters Brings New BMS Marching Drums: BCEF provided $1,000 to BMS toward the purchase of new marching drums. The previous drums were hand-me-downs from BHS and were too heavy for the smaller drummers. The Batesville Music Boosters have offered to pay the remaining cost so BMS drummers can concentrate on performing the music instead of wrestling with the weight of bulky oversized drums.Expansion of Movement Lab and Calming Rooms at BPS: Three rooms at BPS will be modified to meet the multi-faceted needs of young learners. With a $1500 grant from BCEF, these rooms will receive more supplies so that an expanding number of students can be reached. The Minds in Motion Lab uses physical movement to improve mental organization skills. For some students struggling with emotional needs, time spent in the more fully equipped calming rooms will provide a safe environment to allow them to have a mental and emotional break so they can return to the classrooms ready to learn.Innovative Stand-Up Desks Coming to BMS: In order to provide a flexible learning environment for students who prefer to stand during learning, BCEF has awarded a grant of just over $2500 to the Batesville Middle School to purchase 12 stand-up desks. One reading/language arts classroom and one math classroom per grade level will each get two stand-up desks. Studies show that providing a standing option can increase student engagement, memory capability, health, and overall functioning during academic periods.
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