Winterim is officially launched! Students are making cheese, exploring international and domestic destinations, slicing virtual fruit in virtual reality, mastering their axe throwing skills, strategizing in escape rooms, supporting Lower School students, preparing to go backcountry skiing, and so much more. Winterim is such a welcome change of pace - no matter what course a student is in, it allows them to take a deep dive and really experience something fully for a week, often in a completely immersive environment. We look forward to sharing more stories and photos from Winterim next week.
A MESSAGE FROM CAREERS EXPLORERS CLUB LEADERS GRANT ‘24 AND EDWARD ‘24
We are writing to inform you about our club called Career Explorers which is designed to give students the opportunity to learn about various parents' professions. Every two months or so we have a Zoom meeting which includes 1-3 OES parent speakers detailing their job and how they ended up there. This gives students the opportunity to explore various professions that might interest them as well as an understanding of what their path ahead might look like. If you are interested in being a parent speaker at a future meeting, we invite you to fill out this Interest Form.
- Upper School Semi has been rescheduled for April 15! Please note: There will not be a parent social for the rescheduled semi.
- March 16-23: Winterim
- March 24: Spring Break
- April 3: Professional Growth & Development Day - NO CLASSES
- April 14: Teacher Work Day - NO CLASSES
- May 25 & 26: A two-day experiential education opportunity for our 10th graders, this special programming is the first step in our thorough preparation for the backpack experience that serves as the fall opening class trip for our 11th graders. The programming will take place between 8:25-3:10 each day. Students will be on campus on Thursday and off campus on local hiking trails on Friday. A letter went out on Wednesday with more details.
Questions? Contact Brooke DeLeon or Stephen Pyle in the Upper School Office.