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The Office of Inclusion and Community Engagement staff at OES gathered faculty and staff together last week for an "Unconference" on cultural competence with several professional development workshop options before the workday began last Thursday. For those not familiar, an "Unconference" is an opportunity for people to gather in a less formal capacity and
Last Friday, young adult author Kiersten White visited Upper School English Teacher Gabriel Stein-Bodenheimer's A block English class to talk about writing, and how she came to write her latest book, Slayer.
Check out these photos of beautiful, unique art created during first semester, by all three divisions!
It's been a busy week in our two upper divisions . . . returning from Winter Break and going full steam ahead is the Aardvark way!
Be sure to let us know if you can join us at our next Parent U event on Jan. 23 in the Middle School Commons where the topic is: Your Brain on Technology: Understanding and Managing Technology Use Among Children and Adolescents. Event at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Read the newest entry on our OES Insights blog from OES Director of Inquiry and Innovation Anna Rozzi.
You are cordially invited to this year's State of the School address offered by Head of School Mo Copeland.
The students of fifth-grade teacher Tina Akehurst just went through the amazing journey of creating their own play from scratch.
Join us for our next Parent U on Wednesday, January 23 from 7-8:15 p.m. in the Middle School Commons where the topic is: Your Brain on Technology: Understanding and Managing Technology Use among Children and Adolescents.
Last week the fourth-grade classes took an educational overnight trip to Mazama Lodge in Government Camp.