Senior Parent Night, this Wednesday, September 29 from 6:00 to 7:30pm in the US Library, is where parents of seniors can learn where their student should be in their admissions and financial aid process, as well as have time for Q&A. While this meeting is mainly for parents of seniors, all parents are welcome to come and learn what to expect for their younger students by the fall of their senior year. See you there!
All of the 6th graders gathered on Sept. 21 to learn about the Chinese Mid-Autumn Moon Festival. They used Playdoh to make the character for "moon" and then stamped it into a mini-Moon Cake. They also watched a short video and cut out one of the characters using blue paper. See a Photo Gallery of all the activity that day.
The Lower School Library became a cafe for a day, as the 5th graders enjoyed a "Book Tasting", where they got to sample books from a variety of different genres, writing a few notes about each. See a Photo Gallery of them in the library preparing for a big reading challenge coming up soon.
Thursday, Sept. 16 is Parent Night at SGS for Middle and Upper School families. Parents are invited to meet their children’s teachers and learn about their classes. The evening begins at 6:00pm in Founder Theater for introductions and each family's schedule for the evening, which will run until after 8pm depending on the grade of your student. (An informational meeting will be held before Parent Night from 5:30-5:55pm in the Dragon Room for the optional Washington D.C. trip in June. This is open to students currently in grades 7-9.) See a Parent Night Schedule on the website and plan to meet other parents and teachers for this informative evening!
We hope SGS parents will join the Lower School staff for this highly informational evening on Thursday, Sept. 9 beginning at 6:30pm. Back to School Night is designed for teachers to speak to a broad audience about classroom policies, philosophy, and curriculum. See Rick Petrini's Letter for more details about the evening.
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