It's 2:30 and a group of 8th graders have begun preparation of the dinner they are serving to their parents tonight to raise funds for Haitian relief. (Photo: Dr. Lowry)
A group of first-grade children, working with Ms. Kristi Evans, read biographies and researched little known facts about George Washington and Abraham Lincoln which they presented during today's Little School Patriotic Assembly.
Mrs Rosoff, the Little School Librarian, read two of her favorite stories about our famous presidents in commemoration of Presidents' Day which occurs on the third Monday of February. A second-grade student played the role of Lincoln's young son, Tad in a skit.
MARCH 22 – MARCH 26, 2010 • 8:30a to 5:00p
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"Yesterday, the Nature Photography Club got the chance to see and photograph our beautiful campus covered in a lacy snow. Here's a photo of our members; the other three photos were taken by Al, a seventh grader. Every week, we'll feature one of the budding nature photographers." ~Dr. Day
Last Saturday’s International Festival was such a tremendous success! Our sincerest thanks to the three chairs and to all who prepared the outstanding foods from around the world, organized the children’s activities and manned the photo station. This event is such an extension of the warmth and culture of The Elisabeth Morrow School. No matter our heritage, we all know that the education of the next generation is our highest shared priority. We were all moved beyond the classrooms and into the world for a few hours! Thank you.
~Dr. David Lowry