This week, Lower School girls enjoyed lunch together to celebrate International Women's Day with Mrs. Fowler and Mrs. Chiellino! The girls in Grades 1-6 discussed their future careers, dreams, aspirations, and goals along with the women who inspire them! Check out the pictures here!
Oldest Students Lead Younger Friends in Pi Day Activities
The fifth and sixth graders led the Lower School’s celebration of Pi Day yesterday. Groups of fifth and sixth graders visited the younger classrooms and, after teaching their young friends a bit about pi, each classroom completed a special activity centered on pi. Fun was had by all as you can see in the photos.
Our second-grade friend, Alex Lacroix '29, comes to work in the toddler room and teaches new skills to the youngest children in the school. Alex took home our traveling class stuffed animal, Mr. Bear, and wrote a story about Mr. Bear’s adventures in his home. Our children loved listening to their friend, Alex, read his story.
The latest drawing took place on Friday, March 1, and our winners were James Pace '30, Alex LaCroix '29, David Pfundstein '25, Gia DiPierro '29 and Lon'Cherie Billingsley-Ballard '27.
LS Important Dates
Monday, March 18 - Monday, April 1 -Spring Break
Tuesday, April 2 -Classes resume Friday, April 5 - Br. Richard Keller Memorial Fish Fry, 5-8 p.m., Upper School Commons