First graders this week learned about sound waves, the science of sound, and how to make sprinkles "dance."
NEWS & EVENTS
When challenged to get inventive during continuous learning, is it any surprise that an OES art teacher found multiple creative ways to keep students engaged while at home?
Juniors and seniors were virtually visited by recent OES alums this week to hear about their college experience, the admissions process, and how to navigate the journey to college remotely during a worldwide pandemic.
Virtual kayaking, snowball-throwing, human bop-its, Star Wars Jedi workouts, and even Minions exercises. These are just a few of the ways Lower School P.E. teachers have kept our youngest Aardvarks engaged and in shape this winter.
Virtual and augmented reality, stop-motion animation, puzzles, games, Merge Cubes, and much more have taken Middle School technology classes beyond just learning about computers.
Looking for a way to help ninth-graders acclimate to the OES experience, each Wednesday, ninth-graders are invited briefly to campus to safely gather, work on group projects, ask questions, study together, and more.
Fifth-graders presented their new museums to an online audience of parents, teachers, and staff on Thursday. The virtual museums focused on the study of civilizations from Africa, and Native American and European populations before the colonization of what is now the Americas.
The OES Middle School community stepped up this week to prepare 100 sack lunches for Blanchet House, a longtime community partner and nonprofit providing meals and life-saving housing programs to people in need.
With just 48 hours to conceptualize, create, and produce a three-minute video to be presented to city officials, OES seniors stepped up and made it happen.
Keep Your Eyes on the Stars for OES's annual auction on March 13, 2021! The Auction Chairs are hard at work planning our virtual auction and this year’s event. OES relies on the Auction to help fulfill the school's mission so if you'd like to donate an item or service, you can!
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