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    Fostering children's development of concentration, coordination, independence, and order, Children's House provides students with a prepared environment in which to engage deeply with developmentally appropriate materials.

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    Lower Elementary curriculum engages the student's imagination, creativity, and exploratory nature while focusing on broad cultural concepts and academic skills.

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    With a focus on enhancing research and study skills, the Upper Elementary environment stimulates the students to interact, synthesize information, think critically and analytically, and problem solve.

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    Middle School students benefit from a rigorous academic curriculum, and develop strong interpersonal bonds while enhancing their intellectual and social consciousness.

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    Annual Oak Meadow Art Show

    Oak Meadow students displayed their artistic creations at the opening of the school’s annual Art Exhibit Week, hosted by Art Teacher Catherine Karp. Friends and families viewed pieces on display that included a variety of art techniques, including collage painting, 3-D construction, sewing and photography. Every student's talent and efforts were appreciated and admired by all.

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    6th Graders Perform Mummer Shows

    The 6th grade students performed their annual Mummer Shows for parents and the Middle School. Mumming is an ancient Northern European village theatrical tradition that celebrates the change of the seasons from Winter to Spring. With song and dance, comedy and rhyme, costumes and stage combat, the students created two raucous and highly entertaining shows that were greatly enjoyed by the audience. Bravo!

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    Students' Talent Shine at the Otter Lodge

    Our Middle School students produced another successful Otter Lodge on Friday, presenting a show that was jam-packed with a variety of performers from our own student body. Alongside the performances, that included magic, dancing and singing, were many student vendors, selling an assortment of home-made wares, such as comic books, knitted hats and friendship bracelets. The evening, which is entirely managed and run by the Middle School students, was an impressive display of life skills - and so much fun for the entire family!

25 May

Early Dismissal

Conferences - CH/LE/UE

2:40pm - 6:00pm
26 May

NO SCHOOL - CH/LE/UE Conferences