“You’ve lived up to your theme! You made it through the morass of a global pandemic. You've gotten comfortable with the uncomfortable, and you’ve created opportunities where there appeared to be none," Head of Upper School Asha Appel said.
"You have made it through an impossible year. You have persevered, you have learned, and you are here, present for each other with compassion, empathy, and joy. You have learned more than you know, and I hope you remember that you are capable, and that you can do hard things,” Head of Middle School Ann Sulzer said.
“Many challenges await these fifth graders when they step into Middle School and beyond, but I believe with their renewed sense of hope, creative problem-solving, and perseverance they are ready to rise to the challenge,” Head of Lower School David Lowell said.
Seen the red signs dotting campus lately? They are part of a walking tour-style exhibit third-graders recently put together to shine light on the Indigenous people who previously inhabited the area.