Grades K-4

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Students Participate in All-School Community Service Week

Students Participate in All-School Community Service Week

On April 8-11, students from all divisions are participating in the second annual All-School Community Service Week by working at Bellair Farm in southern Albemarle County. With a  mission to run a sustainable business and create a dynamic community around the farm and... (Continue reading)

10th Annual Mozart’s Birthday Celebration Features Student Performers

10th Annual Mozart's Birthday Celebration Features Student Performers

Last Friday, Lower School students participated in Wolfgang Mozart’s birthday celebration. An annual event now in its tenth year, the celebration commemorates Mozart’s contributions to music and encourages students to carefully consider different types of musical expression. During the assembly,... (Continue reading)

Winter Music Performance Features Kindergarten Students’ Talent

Winter Music Performance Features Kindergarten Students' Talent

Yesterday, Kindergarteners put on their Winter Music Performance for families, and first and fourth graders. In keeping with tradition, the performance told the story of the myth of evergreen trees and why they are forever green. The Kindergarten students sang,... (Continue reading)

STAB Students Participate in Hour of Code

STAB Students Participate in Hour of Code

This week, St. Anne’s-Belfield School students are participating in the national Hour of Code. The initiative is an opportunity for every student to try computer science for one hour during Computer Science Education Week (December 9-15). Sponsored by code.org, the Hour of... (Continue reading)

Winter Concert Pays Tribute to American Folk Roots

Winter Concert Pays Tribute to American Folk Roots

This afternoon, first through third grade students presented their Winter Music Concert. The production, titled “American Folk Roots,” paid tribute to the beginnings of American music featuring Spanish-American carols, African-American spirituals, and British-Appalachian songs. As part of the performance, students... (Continue reading)

Fall Poetry Festival Celebrates Fathers and Daughters

Fall Poetry Festival Celebrates Fathers and Daughters

Last Friday, the Lower School Fall Poetry Festival entertained a packed house. The Festival’s theme, “Celebrating Fathers and Daughters,” featured readings from six father and daughter pairs. In addition, first through fourth grade Reading and Language Arts classes also recited... (Continue reading)

First Graders Dig for Artifacts

First Graders Dig for Artifacts

This week, first grade students learned how to be archaeologists as they took to the sandboxes and uncovered many artifacts. During their digs, the students discovered animal bones and skulls, pieces of pottery and woven baskets, turquoise, feathers, and arrowheads.... (Continue reading)

Variety Show Spotlights Talent

Variety Show Spotlights Talent

This afternoon, several third and fourth grade students performed in the annual Third and Fourth Grade Variety Show. With 19 acts, the performances ranged from vocal and piano solos, choreographed dances and gymnastics routines, a comedy bit, poetry recitation, a... (Continue reading)

Kindergarten Class Visits Carter Mountain Orchard

Kindergarten Class Visits Carter Mountain Orchard

Yesterday, the Kindergarten class journeyed to Carter Mountain Orchard. While there, the students attended Apple School, where they learned about the growing seasons of apples; enjoyed a snack of apple cider and apple cider donuts; and took a hayride around... (Continue reading)

Visiting Doctor Teaches First Graders About Blood

Visiting Doctor Teaches First Graders About Blood

This afternoon, Lower School parent Dr. Alix Paget-Brown visited and spoke to first grade students. As the first grade class is preparing to study the circulatory system, Dr. Paget-Brown’s presentation centered on blood and its properties. Students learned about red... (Continue reading)

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