Grades 5-8

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Check Out Our Community Page

Check Out Our Community Page

Thank you to all of our blog readers over the years. We are delighted that our CommunityConnect website page now features all of our social media content and invite you to follow our accounts or check in regularly. This will be... (Continue reading)

Learning Village Holds Sixth Grade Science Fair

Learning Village Holds Sixth Grade Science Fair

On Wednesday, Nov. 30, a visitor to the Learning Village may have seen students with parachutes, solar ovens, homemade remote control airplanes, and a large wooden catapult. There was even a racing guinea pig and a hissing cockroach! These and... (Continue reading)

Students Lead Hour of Code Makerspace

Students Lead Hour of Code Makerspace

Each year the Hour of Code takes place during Computer Science Education Week, which fell Dec. 5 – 11 in 2016. To join in the fun, Ms. FitzHenry hosted a student-led Hour of Code pop-up Makerspace in the Legner Learning... (Continue reading)

Grades 5 – 8 Enjoy Chapel on Mindfulness

Grades 5 – 8 Enjoy Chapel on Mindfulness

In October the Learning Village Grades 5 – 8 enjoyed a Chapel on mindfulness led by fifth grade teacher Mr. David Jones and special guest Ms. Robin Albertson-Wren, a teacher in the Pre-School. Mr. Jones spoke poignantly about an exercise his... (Continue reading)

Quest Works With Blue Ridge Area Food Bank

Quest Works With Blue Ridge Area Food Bank

Mama’s Kitchen Quest visited the Blue Ridge Area Food Bank (BRAFB) in October. The students, Ms. Lyle, and Ms. Wilkens learned about a variety of challenges that are facing the food bank and those who are food insecure in our... (Continue reading)

LV Library Hosts Pop-Up Maker Space

LV Library Hosts Pop-Up Maker Space

In honor of Dr. Mae Jemison’s September 20 visit to the University of Virginia, Ms. Wilkens and Ms. FitzHenry hosted a Pop-Up Maker Space in the Legner Learning Village Library with a number of space-themed options. Dr. Jemison, the first... (Continue reading)

Welcome Back 2016

Welcome Back 2016

The 2016 – 2017 school year began on August 24 with almost 900 students enrolled across all four divisions. We are excited to welcome just over 170 new students and their families to our community. Students in grades K –... (Continue reading)

Summer Programs Offer Activity, Exploration

Summer Programs Offer Activity, Exploration

St. Anne’s-Belfield School Summer Programs kicked off in June with a flurry of sports camps, as well as a literature Explorers Camp for Pre-School students and an expanded schedule of Tech Camps for most ages. “Our Summer Programs, both new... (Continue reading)

Girls on the Run Volunteer at Race for Refugees 5K

Girls on the Run Volunteer at Race for Refugees 5K

On April 23 members of the School’s Girls on the Run teams gathered at Madison Bowl at the University of Virginia to assist the Middle Eastern Leadership Council (MELC) host the inaugural MELC 5K: Race for Refugees. The third through... (Continue reading)

Grades 5 – 8 Raise Funds for Food Allergy Research

Grades 5 - 8 Raise Funds for Food Allergy Research

During the February 29 Learning Village Grades 5 – 8 Morning Meeting, the Oakey family was on hand to present a “giant check” to Kate Rullman, a representative of the University of Virginia Children’s Hospital. Students Victoria and Hunter Oakey live... (Continue reading)

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