Who's in the Burrow?

667 Inches...and Counting

The snow statistics for Sugar Bowl this season are staggering: 667 inches of accumulation ... and counting (with 217 of those inches falling in March alone).

Advisory groups were asked by Head of School Tracy Keller at Tuesday's All School Meeting to reflect on a remarkable skiing winter... in haiku.

What emerged were some strong feelings about snow shoveling details on campus, mixed with a good dose of humor. 

Below the embedded YouTube video you will find each advisory group's haiku contribution. Please take a moment to vote for the best haiku (quality over quantity!) in the sidebar poll. Bragging rights are at stake!

10th Grade Winter Term:
There is so much snow.
Snow falling by the tons.
I hate shoveling.
11th and 12th Boys
Record breaking snow
Many epic powder days
I love shoveling.
9th Grade Full Year:
Classrooms underground.
The winter will never end.
Fluff under our skis. 
8th and 9th Grade Winter Term:
Shoveling snow stinks.
Lots of successful racing
On Donner Summit.
10th Grade Full Year:
We are stuck on the summit,
But there is powder.
11th and 12th Girls:

Snow, snow, snow, snow, snow.
Oh, how this life sure is crazy!
We do love the snow.
Snowmen everywhere.
They sure are cute in their scarves.
Oh no, there he goes!