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Cardinal Court Dedication

On Wednesday, November 8 we gathered together as a School to celebrate the dedication of Cardinal Court, our new outdoor basketball and volleyball court.

Father Jim Morrison opened the ceremony with a blessing, and Head of School Melville Brown thanked all of our donors, faculty, staff and friends who made the Court a possibility. We heard about the importance of this new play space from Athletic Director Anne Seiler, and Student Council President Ella shared her thoughts on how this new space would be used for years to come. The ceremony wrapped up with beautiful vocals from a student ensemble, led by Music Director Lana Lonadier, who sang their rendition of the Star Spangled Banner. A reception followed for parents and donors in the Multipurpose Room in Grace Hall.

If you have not had a chance to see Cardinal Court, we invite you to visit campus to view it in action! Thank you again to everyone who made this wonderful new space a reality for St. Andrew’s.

4th Grade Play

Lights! Camera! Action! The 4th graders entertained their families and friends with a production of The Case of the Bewitched Books. The students had so much fun bringing to life many of their favorite fairy tale characters. It was truly a magical performance!

Native American Museum at SAES

St. Andrew’s students visited the Native American Museum created and hosted by the 5th grade class on Friday October 27th. Students learned about various tribes and their customs, visited a Native American habitat, explored man-made tools, and even sampled cuisine. A creative and fun hands-on lesson for the curators and visitors alike!

Third Grade Play

Our third graders performed “Hansel and Gretel and the Creepy Woods” to kickoff the first play of the school year. “The third graders embraced this opportunity to perform on the stage. They rehearsed, memorized their lines, and coordinated their costumes with an impressive degree of independence. They made their own notes and ad-libs. It really was their play. Their enthusiasm and hard work really made this experience special for the St. Andrew’s community” said teachers Erin Bienvenu and Jen Bilbe. Congratulations third graders!