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This week, the Upper School history students analyzed Hammurabi's Code of Laws to decide if they believe if the law code was just or injust.
The fifth graders recently participated in a team-building experience like no other at the second annual fifth grade trip to the Circle F Dude Ranch in Lake Wales, FL. This trip provided growth, bonding, and life-long memories like no other experience.
In the Middle School science classes, the students are working on a series of engineering design projects that will carry throughout the school year. Recently, the seventh grade science students designed ovens that would potentially work on the moon.
Out-of-Door faculty and staff members are always learning and striving to expand their knowledge in many different areas. The school supports 100% funding for graduate work for faculty and staff.
There will be a presentation by William Margaretta on distracted driving for Upper School students on the morning of September 17 and for all parents on the evening of September 17.
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