Many Lower School teachers spent the morning in Founders Hall this Saturday prepping for Global Week. Get ready to experience New Zealand!
EC students performed their play, “Herbert: The True Story of a Brave Sea Dog,” this morning in Franklin Theater for their 2-3 buddies. Even without dress rehearsals earlier in the week, students did a wonderful job and lived up to the saying, “the show must go on.”
K-1 students dove back into their work this morning during work time.
4-5 students listened closely to Señor Dan’s story about taking care of a cat named Bucket. They watched clips in Spanish detailing first hand accounts of this experience.
Lower School students relished the opportunity to play outside at recess this morning. The sun was out, the temperature was ideal, and the snow was light and fluffy – a perfect winter day!
Today is a messy one. Hope that everyone is warm and safe out there!
As K-1 students launch their study of New Zealand, one focus is the native aquatic life. To enrich this experience, Diane shared her scuba expertise with students this morning and explained how and why scuba gear is used to explore underwater life.