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Boys' Varsity Lacrosse Upsets Lake Oswego
Friday, March 17, 2017
All of our teams charged into the breach of spring sports competition with enthusiasm this week. Of particular note was the boys' varsity lacrosse team's 7–6 win over 6A giant Lake Oswego on Tuesday!

Pi Day Serves Up Mathematics Mayhem
Friday, March 17, 2017
What do mathematicians and baked goods aficionados have in common? Why, it's the celebration of Pi Day!

Middle School Explores Diversity and Service
Friday, March 10, 2017
On Wednesday, the entire Middle School engaged in a full day exploration of diversity and service. In the morning, 206 students, 33 employees, and 35 parent volunteers connected with 18 organizations in the greater Portland community for various service learning projects.

A Concert for All Ages
Friday, March 03, 2017
Brian Balmages. O'Reilly & Williams. Mussorgsky. Dettori. These names may not be familiar to most of us, but for OES musicians they've become like old friends.

Ash Wednesday and the Importance of Reflection
Friday, March 03, 2017
This week, each of the three OES Divisions gathered in the sacred space of the chapel to celebrate Ash Wednesday.

Patricia Polacco Gives LS Community the Gift of Stories
Friday, February 24, 2017
"We all have gifts," insisted author and illustrator Patricia Polacco to Lower School students on Thursday. "We just unwrap them at different times."

Fifth Graders Bring "Woven Tales" to Life
Friday, February 17, 2017
It's easy to think that you have to spend a lot of money on good theater in Portland. But as Ms. Akehurst's fifth grade class proved this week, you don't always need a night out on the town to see a great show.

Spanish Students Do "Super" Service Learning
Friday, February 10, 2017
How many people did YOU feed at your Super Bowl party last weekend? Chances are your answer can't compare with that of Maria McIvor's Upper School Spanish students.

Midwinter Madness Has a Sweet Kick-Off
Friday, February 03, 2017
Midwinter Madness (MWM), the Upper School's annual fundraising effort, kicked off yesterday! The theme of this year's festival of funds and fun is "Candyland" and the MWM Committee went all out to create a. . .well. . .sweet experience for the US community.

Guest Speaker Chats Compression With Math Students
Friday, January 27, 2017
Facebook. Online gaming. Surveillance. What do all of these things have in common? The answer is the use of video compression.

Immigration Day Honors Our Ancestors' Journeys
Friday, January 27, 2017
It's 1902, and you've just arrived at Ellis Island after a long voyage by boat. Your English is limited, and everything you own is either on your back or in a suitcase. What happens next? Fifth grade Immigration Day is an annual event that explores this very question.

Middle School Rings in the Year of the Rooster
Friday, January 27, 2017
Using a combination of slides, trivia, and beautifully performed dances, middle school Mandarin students taught their peers about Lunar New Year this morning.

US Classes Combine for Community Connections
Friday, January 27, 2017
Last week two Upper School classes banded together in order to visit service organization (and longtime OES community partner) Clay Street Table.

Building Bridges in Pre-Kindergarten
Friday, January 20, 2017
Why do people build bridges? Where do they start? Where do they go? Why are they important? This series of questions served as the jumping-off point for Ms. Tharp and Ms. Endicott's Pre-Kindergarten classe as they launched into a study of structures that abound in the Rose City: bridges!

Eighth Graders Embark on Painting Project
Friday, January 20, 2017
What emotions does your favorite piece of art evoke within you? Delight? Desperation? Discord? Recently Andrea Rosselle, OES Middle School Art teacher, had her eighth grade students explore the concept of how art stirs up emotions within us.

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