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All-School Community Service Week Kicks Off

All-School Community Service Week Kicks Off

Today is the first day of St. Anne’s-Belfield School’s All-School Community Service Week. The school-wide event involves students in Kindergarten through twelfth grade, and is being held in conjunction with the School’s fifth-annual “Doug’s Trip” for the ninth grade class.... (Continue reading)

Third Grade Play Evokes Fairy Tale Story

Third Grade Play Evokes Fairy Tale Story

Today, third grade performing arts students entertained Lower School students and families with their production of Psyche & Cupid. Adapted from Metamorphoses, the play was written and directed by STAB performing arts teacher Janet Kingsley. The story followed the trials... (Continue reading)

Students Participate in Annual Easter Egg Hunt

Students Participate in Annual Easter Egg Hunt

    Today, first graders visited the Greenway Rise Campus to participate in the annual Easter Egg Hunt with Seniors. In cross-divisional partner groups, students rushed to find as many Easter eggs as they could before enjoying a picnic lunch... (Continue reading)

Fourth Graders Celebrate Ancient China Day

Fourth Graders Celebrate Ancient China Day

Today, fourth grade students celebrated Ancient China Day. The students dressed in Chinese garb, enjoyed a full buffet feast, and presented their own “museums” to their families and Kindergarteners. Each student’s Chinese museum featured projects the fourth graders had completed... (Continue reading)

Middle School Celebrates Festival of the Book

Middle School Celebrates Festival of the Book

Today, Middle School students celebrated the Virginia Festival of the Book with a special presentation by author, Wendy Wan-Long Shang. Shang spoke to students about the importance of idea collecting as aspiring writers. She discussed how to find inspiration for... (Continue reading)

Arts Festival Continues with Fiddle Fest and More

Arts Festival Continues with Fiddle Fest and More

The Middle School Arts Festival continued today with performances from the fifth-grade choir and orchestra, as well as the Haydn and Mozart Orchestras. The fifth grade-choir performed Contra Dancing to Fiddle Tunes such as “Down the River,” and “Haste to... (Continue reading)

King and I Preview Promises Spectacular Musical

King and I Preview Promises Spectacular Musical

This afternoon cast members of the  The King and I, put on a preview of this coming weekend’s performance. The audience received a sneak peek at a selection of scenes and songs including “My Lord and Master,” “Hello, Young Lovers,”... (Continue reading)

Scene Share Kicks Off Arts Festival

Scene Share Kicks Off Arts Festival

Seventh and eighth grade drama students kicked off the Middle School Arts Festival this afternoon with a Scene Share. The group produced an adaptation of The Odyssey by Homer after exploring the tale in depth through different versions by Carl... (Continue reading)

Senior Seminar Class Creates White House Petition

Senior Seminar Class Creates White House Petition

The 21st Century Citizenship Senior Seminar class has created a petition to reform regulations related to labor and immigration. The petition has been uploaded to the White House’s website and requires 100,000 signatures in order to be reviewed by the... (Continue reading)

Students Jump Rope for Heart

Students Jump Rope for Heart

Today, students at the Learning Village participated in the national Jump Rope for Heart event. Sponsored by the American Heart Association, Jump Rope for Heart is a fundraiser geared at raising awareness and support for lifesaving research. The fun-filled event... (Continue reading)

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