Another Winner

Lauren Park, grade 7, won a Gold Key in the Scholastic Art and Writing competition for digital photography with her work, The Coffee Drinkers. Congratulations!



Second grade science students experiment to find out how long it takes to pop one kernel of popcorn in a test tube. (Post: Mrs. Milne)

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3rd Graders Working With Google Earth

As part of their Colonial studies unit, third graders are using Google Earth to create a tour which tracks the Pilgrims' voyage from England to the New World. (Post: Ms. Wein)

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When we say "14-acre, Wooded Campus" ....

We are not kidding!

Here's a photo, from yesterday afternoon, of deer chillin' in the woods beside the Next Day Hill Court. Thanks for the cool picture Dr. Day.


Congratulations to the Scholastic Art and Writing Winners

Does Your Child Love Nature and the Outdoors?

Here is a program you may find of interest:

The family of Craig Tufts, Family Summits, Inc. and National Wildlife Federation announce the 2nd Annual Craig Tufts Educational Scholarship Award, which is given to a young person between the ages of 8 and 18 to attend a week-long, summer outdoor educational adventure camp with a parent or guardian.

Award Details:

The Craig Tufts Educational Scholarship Fund was established in memory of Craig Tufts, chief naturalist of National Wildlife Federation. Each year the Fund grants an award to one youth to attend a Family Nature Summit. The Fund provides travel, room and board and program fees for the award winner and an accompanying parent or guardian.

This year's Family Nature Summit will take place in the Ozark Mountain Region of Missouri, August 1–7, 2011.

Applications and now being accepted for the 2011 Summit scholarship.

Click here for more information and an application.


Dr. Lowry's article in the March issue of Parents

HEADlines: March issue of Parents Magazine: "Check out pages 128-129 for a manners list. The piece is a version of the list I send out to parents every so often, edited for a popular m..."

Article Online

It's All Greek To Me

Annitsa Philliou, EMS parent of two, was the guest chef at the Cooking Club today, working with the sous chefs to prepare Spanakopita, Tzatziki, Hummus and Skordalia. Garlic played a big part. It is always a treat when parents share their special talents!

8th Grade Folk Art

These pieces were made with papier mache and painted with acrylic.