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Fourth Graders Share Pourquoi Stories

Fourth Graders Share Pourquoi Stories

Yesterday morning, fourth grade students read and presented the Pourquoi books they had created for their Kindergarten buddies. Similar to a legend or folk tale, Pourquoi stories are typically  fictional origin narratives. The fourth graders wrote the stories, edited and... (Continue reading)

Senior Projects Explore a Variety of Interests

Senior Projects Explore a Variety of Interests

This morning, twelfth grade students presented their Senior Projects. Spread throughout Randolph Hall, the Center for Arts & Sciences, and the Student Activity Center, seniors shared their original research work with fellow Upper School students and faculty. Topics of interest included... (Continue reading)

Third Graders Celebrate Ancient Rome Day

Third Graders Celebrate Ancient Rome Day

Today, third grade students celebrated Ancient Rome Day. Students were dressed in togas and other Roman garb, and they rotated throughout various Roman stations.  The stations included Storytelling of Roman myths, the Roman market place  where students shopped for trinkets, mosaic... (Continue reading)

Pre-School Students Give Teddy Bear Performance

Pre-School Students Give Teddy Bear Performance

Today, Pre-School students gave the annual Teddy Bear Performance for family and friends. The performance allows students to bring their favorite teddy bear or stuffed animal from home, and wear pajamas to school. Students sang a series of bear songs... (Continue reading)

Middle School Students Participate in Moving Up Chapel

Middle School Students Participate in Moving Up Chapel

During today’s Middle School Moving Up Chapel, fourth grade students joined the fifth through eighth graders to ceremonially mark the move from the Lower School to the Middle School. Fifth, sixth, and seventh grade students also participated in moving up... (Continue reading)

First Graders Beat the Heat with Water Party

First Graders Beat the Heat with Water Party

Today, first grade students beat the heat by donning their swimwear and taking to the athletic field in front of the Learning Village. The turf field temporarily turned into a water park this afternoon for students to celebrate the end... (Continue reading)

Middle School Orchestra Concert Features Student Soloists

Middle School Orchestra Concert Features Student Soloists

Last night’s Middle School Spring Orchestra Concert included performances by the Fifth Grade, Haydn, and Mozart Orchestras. Each group featured soloists and performed a number of tunes the orchestras have worked on in class throughout the spring, including Bile ’em... (Continue reading)

Kindergarten Students Share Poems and Tea

Kindergarten Students Share Poems and Tea

St. Anne’s-Belfield Kindergarten students hosted family and friends in their homerooms this afternoon for the annual Kindergarten Poet’s Tea. Students began by serving their guests with refreshments and snacks before transitioning into the poetry reading part of the event. Each... (Continue reading)

Join Students and Faculty in Giving the Gift of Life

Join Students and Faculty in Giving the Gift of Life

Students and faculty at the Greenway Rise Campus are participating in the annual Upper School Blood Drive today. In partnership with Virginia Blood Services, the School has the Blood Mobile van located in front of the Center for Arts &... (Continue reading)

Pre-School Students Spin Wheels in Trike-A-Thon

Pre-School Students Spin Wheels in Trike-A-Thon

This morning, Pre-School and Junior Kindergarten students participated in the annual Trike-A-Thon.  In three shifts over more than two hours, these young students rode tricycles as a community service project for St. Jude’s Hospital.  Junior Kindergarten students also had the... (Continue reading)

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