Grades K-4

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Collage Artist Venerus Visits Third Grade Classes

Collage Artist Venerus Visits Third Grade Classes

  Noted collage artist and St. Anne’s-Belfield School parent Barbara Venerus visited third grade classes this week to discuss the art form with students. “For me, collage is like painting with paper,” said Venerus, mother of fourth grade student Ben... (Continue reading)

Kindergarten Class Celebrates Diwali

Kindergarten Class Celebrates Diwali

With the help of St. Anne’s-Belfield School parent Dr. Neeral Shah, Miss Kelly’s Kindergarten class celebrated the Hindu festival of Diwali. Dr. Shah explained to the students that Diwali, the “festival of lights,” is determined by a lunar calendar and he... (Continue reading)

Fall Family Picnic 2015

Fall Family Picnic 2015

  The St. Anne’s-Belfield School Athletics Boosters hosted this year’s Fall Family Picnic on September 18. Fun for the whole family was available on the Belfield Campus, where from 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. there was a bbq dinner provided by... (Continue reading)

Dr. Sugata Mitra to Visit in October

Dr. Sugata Mitra to Visit in October

TED Prize winner Dr. Sugata Mitra will give the inaugural talk in the Schools’ Inspiration Speaks series on October 16 at 11:00 a.m. in the Conway Convocation Center on the Belfield Campus (799 Faulconer Road). Dr. Mitra’s work is at... (Continue reading)

President Roosevelt Visits the Learning Village

President Roosevelt Visits the Learning Village

President Theodore Roosevelt visited the Learning Village while he was in town for a visit to Pine Knot, the presidential retreat in Albemarle County purchased by his wife Edith in 1905. The president visited with students in grades three through... (Continue reading)

Grades K – 12 Enjoy Field Day 2015

Grades K - 12 Enjoy Field Day 2015

Kindergarten through twelfth grade students took to the turf fields of the Belfield Campus on May 1 to participate in the School’s annual Field Day. Students from all divisions competed as part of Maroon and White teams, engaging in a... (Continue reading)

Girls on the Run Help Hoos Heal

Girls on the Run Help Hoos Heal

Both the Grades 3 & 4 and Grades 5 & 6 Girls on the Run teams were up bright and early on April 12 to participate in the Hoos Heal 5K in support of the University of Virginia Children’s Hospital.... (Continue reading)

Spring SKOLA Registration Now Open

Spring classes in the School’s after school enrichment program, SKOLA, will start the week of March 23, 2015. This session’s courses include: Computers with Mrs. Mathieson, Kindergarten and grade one Destination Imagination Instant Challenges with Ms. Carter, grades three and... (Continue reading)

Learning Village Fundraises for Kids for Kids

Learning Village Fundraises for Kids for Kids

The Learning Village K-8 joined its first Kids for Kids Fundraiser with Camp Holiday Trails (CHT), a local organization that provides a summer camp experience for children with special health needs. As in years past, the culmination of fundraising was... (Continue reading)

Russell Talks Creativity, Imagination

Russell Talks Creativity, Imagination

John Russell, grades K-3 art teacher and grades 7-8 visual arts teacher, recently spoke to a group of parents, faculty, and staff on the importance of encouraging creativity and imagination in everyday life. Beginning the session with a chance for... (Continue reading)

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