One reason to watch this video: Jack, of Jack and the Beanstalk, goes on trial.
All right, so that's only a brief part of this video highlighting the classroom activities of the . The school serves students in kindergarten through fifth grade, and recently .
The video includes recollections by RMMS alumni as well as numerous scenes from a day in the life of the interactive activities of the school. The "Nature's Classroom Experience" gets a special section as the kids head to the beach for a bit of environmental education. When one student happily notes that they're away from television and other technology, another describes it as "like a little break from reality."
As for that legal case? That would be docket number 00001, "The Ogre vs. Jack and the Beanstalk." The jury finds Jack guilty, as might be expected in a pretty clear-cut case of burglary and murder. Should have gone for the plea bargain, Jack.
The video concludes with a summary of the activities of the RMMS Foundation, an alumni group providing an independent source of funding for educational initiatives at the school. The foundation has been around since 1998, and hopes to increase its endowment funds to $500,000 by the 25th anniversary.