Middle School Spanish Teacher and National Guard Medic David Eusse '10 got the call in early January that he would be reporting to the United States Capitol building.
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This blog post is a part of our Wellness Wednesday series and highlights the importance of incorporating physical activity into your daily routine. This blog was written by Landon’s Head Athletic Trainer, Mike McCormick.
After competing in the U.S. Nationals of the Chemistry Olympiad, Kien ’22 is one of only 20 students in the entire country to be invited to attend the Chemistry Olympiad Study Camp. The program prepares students to represent the United States in the International Chemistry Olympiad.
Bears on campus tested spaghetti bridges, focused on perspective in art, and built molecular models during a science lab!
Grade 6 Bears learned new techniques to add depth to their art projects.
12 members of the Class of 2021, including four who signed earlier this year, were honored on April 29 for their commitment to continue athletics at the collegiate level in the fall.
In Kim Coletta’s Grade 5 Language Arts class, students designed flags to honor the lives lost on 9/11. The assignment stemmed from a virtual presentation during Grade 5 author week.