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NEWS & EVENTS
This week featured the first of a series of three instrumental and choral performances by groups across all three divisions.
Tuesday night, eighth-grade acting students performed "A Small Sketch," consisting of scenes of their choice in front of a full house at the Middle School Commons.
Lower School students celebrated Valentine's Day in a variety of ways on Thursday.
The Institute for Christian Muslim Understanding will sponsor a free, open to the public, event where Muslim immigrants share portions of their personal stories on Thursday, February 21, at 7 p.m. at Oregon Episcopal School's Lower School Commons.
Congratulations to Lower School Teacher Heather Humphrey's second grade class, who are now the proud keepers of two bearded dragons as classroom pets!
Middle School Chinese teacher Mark Ma's eighth-grade language class was treated to an outing to the Lan Su Chinese Gardens in Portland this week to celebrate the Chinese New Year.
Last Wednesday night, boarding students gathered at their weekly formal family dinner for a special menu and events honoring the Chinese Lunar New Year.
Head of Upper School Asha Appel won a free screening from the film agency behind the new Fred Rogers documentary, "Won't You Be My Neighbor?", which faculty and staff will be gathering to watch on Tuesday, February 12.
Watch our new video about the OES Boarding progam.
If you weren't able to join us earlier this week at one of our two on-campus State of the School presentations, you're still in luck! We have prepared a recap.
This Wednesday night, both wings of Fariss Hall were turned into a showcase for the literary efforts of the Upper School senior English classes
Lower School Teacher Sharon Kottler-Decker's third-grade class has been studying the people of Oregon, with a special focus on the Chinook Indians in the pre-European contact era
As you are undoubtedly aware, there has been an outbreak of measles in Clark County, Wash. While no such cases have been reported in Washington County, and though we have no reason to believe that any of our students have been infected, we nevertheless wanted to share with you information about measles, immunity, and the protocols to follow in the event of exposure.
This week Lower and Middle School students participated in the annual National Geography Bee.