If the measure of success is how much fun was had then the Olympics was an absolute hit! Michael and the Seniors deserve a big thank you for organizing the games and another goes out to all the teachers, former students, and parents who showed up to help out. Hopefully, the pictures capture the spirit […]
This sport has a history that goes back 2000 years and today, more than 240 million people play it around the world. What you call it depends where you’re from, but Middle Schooler, Russell, calls it his favorite sport. Take a look!
On Thursday, the 7th and 8th graders, along with Katrien, Jennifer and Margaret, visited Triple C Challenge Course just outside of Charlottesville. We spent the day solving problems as a team in a variety of physical elements. The counselors were fabulous and did a wonderful, entertaining job guiding the group through the course. Students spent […]
Today was the perfect weather for the Senior-class-sponsored Olympic festival. Students were divided into color teams. They participated in tasks such as hurdles, a sponge relay, the long jump, a water balloon toss, a relay race, a frisbee throw and the javelin throw.
On Friday, to celebrate the book fair, students and teachers dressed as their favorite book character. We had quite the range of costumes, from Anne of Green Gables to Star Wars to the Hunger Games. At 11:30, ten teachers lined up, drew their partners out of a hat, and ran a three-legged race. Jessie and […]