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SGS Hosts Cross Country Meet

October 18, 2021

SGS hosted a cross country meet on Oct. 12 that started with the middle school runners (boys and girls together) warming up and then racing across campus, through the woods and down the sandhill to the finish line.  See photo galleries of the Middle School Boys & Girls race, the Upper School Girls race, and the Upper School Boys race on a crisp fall afternoon.


The last day of Spirit Week featured the Upper School classes facing off in Human Foosball in the courtyard.  The balls were flying and the action was nonstop!  See a Photo Gallery of the action.

The 6th graders rode their bikes along the Centennial Trail in the Spokane Valley, stopping to test the water quality of the Spokane River and enjoy lunch together outside.  See a Photo Gallery of their activities on a beautiful fall day.

The Dragons have home matches for boys soccer (Tue., Oct. 19 and Sat., Oct. 23), girls soccer (Thu., Oct. 21), MS volleyball and varsity volleyball (Thu., Oct. 21).  And this week features the final competitions for MS volleyball, MS cross country, and LS cross country.  See the week's full Athletic Schedule, which also includes COVID Protocols for fans at indoor and outdoor competitions.  Go Dragons!

The 2nd graders finished their unit on geology by building sand volcanoes and then using vinegar and baking soda to make them erupt!  See a Photo Gallery of their creations on the Lower School playground.

7th Graders Draw Name Art

October 18, 2021

The seventh graders created artwork of their names in the style of Peter Max.  See a Photo Gallery of their colorful creations.

The seniors spent time in the library doing college prep work while the rest of the Upper School was taking the PSAT test on Oct. 13.  See a Photo Gallery of them working on college applications and essays.

Saint George's annual "Scare Away Hunger Campaign" continues through November 2.  Please help your student bring in non-perishable food items for donations.  There are collection bins in the MS and US courtyards and by every LS classroom -- see how the K through 4th graders have decorated their bins in the photos above!  Local families really need foods that are meals, easy to cook, and proteins.  Cereal is also a favorite, but any packaged or canned food is welcome.  Saint George's is 2nd Harvest’s biggest food drive this time of year, and they always look forward to working with us.