Christmas at the Lower School

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We had Christmas parties galore at the lower school this week! Students went on scavenger hunts, had pajama and pancake parties, learned about how different countries celebrate Christmas around the world, and celebrated… Continue reading

The Night Before Christmas

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Two Versions of The Night Before Christmas were read during chapel this week at the Lower School. The 1823 familiar poem written by Clement C. Moore, was read by librarian, Ila England. The other… Continue reading

Seussical Jr.

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This past weekend our middle school choir put in a fantastic and whimsical musical that paid due diligence to the stories of Dr. Seuss, Seussical Jr. The central storyline followed an elephant named… Continue reading

Live Long and Prosper, Brook Hill

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From the desk of Dr. Stan Ward: At the end of our last MS and US chapel for the semester, I made a confession. I’m a Star Trek fan. I’m not exactly sure… Continue reading

RIDING ON THE POLAR EXPRESS

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From the desk of Wally Dawkins, Athletic Director: I have always believed in Santa Claus. Still do! In fact, I know for sure Santa exists now because he came to The Kyle Lake… Continue reading

Shakespeare Boys – Middle School Play

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This past weekend, middle school students performed a comedy that explored whether or not Shakespeare wrote some of the world’s most famous literature alone or as a team. It was the first of… Continue reading

Shakespeare Unbound

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This past weekend our middle school drama department put on two plays about Shakespeare. The second, Shakespeare Unbound, was a quirky comedy where Shakespeare characters like Juliet came to life after a modern-day… Continue reading

Interviewing Veterans in 5th Grade

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5th grade students recently interviewed war veterans and presented their reports in class as part of their study of history. Grayson Murray interviewed his 96-year-old great grandfather who was in WWII for the… Continue reading

Middle School Choir Gives the Gift of Music

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Middle School Choir sang at Providence Park Assisted Living Center this week to use their talented voices as a gift to the residents this Christmas season! We’re so proud of our students using… Continue reading

Gingerbread Science

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Why didn’t the gingerbread man want to get wet?? Well we had our theories. He would sink, get soggy, his icing would wash off or he might even break apart.  So we put him… Continue reading