Each year in January, students at Trinity School at Meadow View spend one week pursuing a topic or area outside the normal curriculum. Students in 7th grade create a diorama of an endangered or extinct animal. Eighth graders work to build a model of a Medieval castle or cathedral. Ninth through eleventh graders produce a research paper. Twelfth grade students assemble a bridge out of balsa wood and glue and compete to see whose bridge will bear the most weight. Typically, we hold a Project Fair so the seventh and eighth graders may display their work and explain what they learned. This year, we offer you the Project Fair here, online.