Our seventh-graders are planting gardens in their science class, studying soil, seeds, and air by observing the growth of their own plants first-hand. There is so much wonder in watching a seedling grow!
Congratulations to Ava Flory, Meadow View senior, who received a Commended Scholar designation from the National Merit Scholarship Corporation. Last year as a junior, Ava scored in the top 3 percent of more than 1.5 million students taking the PSAT.
The junior drama students are memorizing Shakespeare monologues and taking turns reciting them from a makeshift stage: a tree stump is as good as The Globe!
Whether they’re in seventh grade or twelfth grade, our students always welcome some time in the sunshine.
The ninth-grade girls managed to make the most of yesterday’s beautiful fall weather, rolling the whiteboard onto the basketball court so they could have their Humane Letters class outside!
To crown the seventh grade boys’ study of insects, their science teacher Mrs. Whelpley baked chocolate “chirp” cookies with cricket protein powder. Some of the boys were so delighted with the cookies that they wrote her these notes.
What have you enjoyed learning this week? Junior boy Nathaniel Carter shares his new enthusiasm for the Shakespeare he’s been studying in drama class.
We are delighted to welcome the newest member of our faculty, Mrs. Stephanie Brake! Mrs. Brake has a B.A. from the Program of Liberal Studies at the University of Notre Dame, and received her Master’s in Theological studies from Notre Dame this past year. She will be teaching seventh-grade Old… More