By Keira Jameson ’22 Visual Arts 7 students created and presented their own Halloween costumes at All School Assembly on Oct. 30. The students worked almost half of the quarter to make their costumes out of cardboard, feathers, and other crafting materials. Visual Arts teacher Claire Cochran ‘06, was proud of the results. “The kids
Month: December 2017
By Paisley Kandler ’22 Student Council members hosted a night of Halloween events on Oct. 27. Some of the activities included pumpkin carving, cookie decorating, taco eating (provided by Tacos Mi Rincón Tapatio), a haunted house and a Halloween-themed movie, “Clue”. At the start of the activities, students could decorate sugar cookies with various icings
By Mia Feizbakhsh ’22 Book Bistro discussed the All Community Read, “Brown Girl Dreaming” by Jacqueline Woodson during break on Oct. 18. Woodson spoke as the keynote speaker at the school’s second annual poetry festival in 2015. Her book is about her experiences growing up in the 60’s and 70’s, and it addresses the racism,
By Caroline Jacoby ’22 Natalie Cosgrove ’23, Charlie Pan ’23, Claire Paul ’23 and Will Sherwood ’23, the new seventh grade senators, were elected by the class of 2023 to represent their grade on Nov. 1. The 27 candidates went through an election process that included giving speeches to their grade on Oct. 30.