Portland is known as a food cart mecca with hundreds of diverse carts throughout the city. So it's no wonder that Lower School Extension students were inspired to build and open their own food cart, unveiling this week a cardboard "pizza cart" named after the three Evan's in extended care.
Middle School Science Teacher Ethan Vedder’s students had a special visitor this week: a well-renowned primatologist with almost 40 years experience working to preserve critically endangered Rwandan mountain gorillas. Yep, it was Ethan's mom, Amy Vedder, Ph.D.!
Led by Upper School Religion Teacher The Rev. Vijendran Sathyaraj, two seniors embarked on a historic journey this fall by taking the school's 150 Years: Inquiry in OES History class.
OES fifth graders spent the week teamed with their second-grade buddies for a "design-thinking challenge," creating a stuffed animal from start to finish.