Ten Upper School ceramics students have created a multitude of clay birds with inspiring or hopeful words on them. See a Photo Gallery of them in the Art Gallery exhibit space through December, and then in January anyone is welcome to pick a bird that speaks to them and take it home to decorate your new year!
The 2018 Holiday Concert for grades 6-12 on Dec. 5th featured a variety of musical numbers. See videos of:
> The 6th Choir play bells to "Up on the House Top"
> The 7th-8th Choir sing a "Charlie Brown Christmas"
> A piano duet of Christmas Songs
> A "Carol of the Bells" piano solo
> The Chamber Quartet sings "The Last Rose of Summer"
> The Instrumental Group plays "Wizards in Winterland"
> The Symphonic Choir sings "Jingle Bells in 5/4!"
> The Symphonic girls sing "A La Nanita Nana"
> and the Symphonic Choir sings "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas"
Happy Holidays from the Saint George's Music Department!
Saint George’s FIRST Lego League Robotics team #40706 competed at the Eastern Washington Regional Competition held at Salk Middle School on Sunday, Dec. 9. Their self-running Lego robots attempted several "missions" in the space-themed competition. "As a rookie team, the Golden Dragons displayed gracious professionalism as they navigated through their first competition," says coach Michelle Bledsoe. "Their perseverance and their willingness to learn demonstrated true Dragon Spirit." Congratulations to 6th grader Brady Nosbaum and to 5th graders Matthew Longstreth, Sophia Naccarato, and Per Sande for a job well done!
Seven recent SGS graduates will return to the school on Thursday, Jan. 3 to speak about their college experience and how best to prepare for success after Saint George's. They will speak to parents and friends of SGS from 2:15pm to 3:10pm in the Dragon Room. They will spend time earlier in the day with current 8th-12th graders, discussing the IB, college admissions, and the best courses to take to prepare for college. For more information, contact Elizabeth Tender.
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