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              October 14, 2016

When Math and Government Collide  

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Seventh grade math students have been studying percentages and voting. Thus it was the perfect opportunity for OES History Department Chair Mike Gwaltney to talk with them about the United States' electoral system.

 

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Students Educate Peers and Teachers Alike Through Issues Forum

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Fracking. Voter ID cards. Free tuition for higher education. These were just a few of the topics that Upper School Government, Politics, and Citizenship (GPC) students presented to their peers during last week's Issues Forum.

 

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Salmon Field Trips Spawn Big Questions

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OES Fourth grade students visited two radically different sections of the Columbia River watershed in back to back field trips this week: Oxbow Park and Bonneville Dam & Hatchery.

 

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Antigone Project Inspires Upper School Creativity 

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The Antigone Project, presented to the entire Upper School on Wednesday morning, is the result of five contemporary playwrights reimagining the myth of Antigone.

 

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Mac Barnett Shares Magic Words 

On Tuesday morning, author Mr. Mac Barnett came to our beautiful new Lower School library to share some of his work and impart thoughts on being a writer.

 

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Open Houses are just around the corner! Find more information here


From Facebook:

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#tbt to the morning of Homecoming, when the Lower School Walk 4 Fun saw students and teachers alike walking, running, skipping, and even wheeling around the track!

Our girls' Varsity soccer team took on Catlin Gabel at Catlin last Friday and, with great performances from players like Annika L. '18 (pictured above), won 4-0! #govarks

 

Read the Athletic Director's blog here.

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