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First MS Service Learning Day

The Middle School was abuzz on Wednesday for the first Service Learning Day of the school year. Students, faculty, staff, and volunteers were all around campus and beyond, helping better the community by working at more than a dozen charities and organizations. 

Upper Schoolers Lead the way on Empty Bowls Project

Last Friday wasn’t a school day, but there were stuents hard at work in the ceramics room creating pottery for the Empty Bowls Project—a fundraiser organized by a group of Upper Schoolers. 

‘Walk for Fun’ Gets Lower Schoolers Excited for Exercise

The Lower School held its annual Walk for Fun to build excitement for students' P.E. Mile Marker program. More than 350 students and dozens of parent-volunteers participated in the all-day event and were lucky enough to get some sunshine.

Second Graders Venture into Wetlands

Second graders spent the week canoeing the OES wetlands to learn about the habitats of birds, insects, and plants. Through exploration, they spotted the different kinds of animals that live in the area and the biodiversity found right in OES’s backyard.

Visual Math Project in Pre-Calc

What do cartoon characters and pre-calculus have in common? Usually not much, but this week in the Upper School Math Department, pre-calculus students finished their visual math projects by combining math equations and art.


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