A Special Message from Alex and the Guild Dance

On Monday, EW students gathered for a special assembly where I shared a dance video I created with my dance company, the Guild Dance, and several dance community members in light of the recent hate crimes targeting Asians. I’d like to share the video with all of my EW community. Thank you to the EW…

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Spotlight on 7th Grade English-Graphic Novels!

English Program Spotlight: 7th Grade English has jumped into a new project: graphic novels! Students are excited to be reading graphic novels in book clubs. As they read, students will look for a real-life person who shows up as a character in their book. Once they’ve chosen someone, students will “pitch” their idea to a…

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Back in Our Building!

After lots of planning and prepping, we moved into our Hybrid Learning Phase.  New art hung in the hallways, and new desks in newly configured classrooms! In addition to one-day-per-week outdoor classes that we’ve held all year, we were able to add an additional day on-campus for each grade. For the first time, we welcomed…

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Winter Outdoor Education Trips Recap

As a community, we were so excited to continue our tradition of snowshoeing and cross-country skiing trips this winter.  And with the help of parent and guardian volunteers, these trips were a success! In most years, 6th graders have built their own snowshoes and tested them on these trips. However, this year’s 6th graders used…

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Remembering Dr. King

Remember that the reason we have the day off on Monday is to honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and the relentless work he did to help the United States become more equitable and just. You’ve all heard of his “I Have a Dream” speech, where he describes an America where racism is a thing…

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