The art and science of imagination


Farm Program Happenings

During their Farming classes this week, the 4th/5th grade class and the 6th/7th/8th grade class dug seven holes and planted seven dwarf apple trees! Note from Tuly Faden, our Farm & Garden teacher for grades 4-8: Anyone who would like to compost your Halloween pumpkins, please br
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Fall Grades Assembly

Thank you to all the parents who attended, and especially to the students who shared some of their work at the Fall Grade School Assembly last week. Senora Julian began the program with an explanation of the offrendo created by the students for El Dio de los Muertos. What a pleasure i
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6th, 7th & 8th Grade Color Study

Our sixth, seventh and eighth graders recently undertook a color study. First they painted their trees with highly-pigmented watercolor paint. Once the trees were dry, the students began to work with chalk, exploring the way the colors blend, while observing and discussing the intrins
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Martinmas commemorates the spirit of St. Martin of France, a man who was known as the patron saint of beggars, drunkards, and outcasts. The gentle Martin was able to see the divine nature in all human beings. According to legend, St. Martin passed under an archway in the city of Amien
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