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  • Thunder Graduates Told to Keep Their Individuality

    Jay Heater - Observer
    The Class of 2019 Valedictorian had inspiring words for her classmates.
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  • Surprises and Hopeful Speeches at 2019 ODA Commencement

    Guiseppe Sabella - Bradenton Herald
    Dozens of high school seniors found a surprise under their seats during Out-of-Door Academy’s graduation ceremony Saturday afternoon, hosted at the Petrik Thunderdome.
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  • Out of Door Academy student to head to Scotland after graduation.

    Andrew Atkins - YourObserver.com
    ODA graduate pursues his computer science dreams to the University of St. Andrews.
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  • Art Meets Chemistry in Ancient Ceramics Firing Technique

    ODA students were treated to a unique experience as Art Teacher Mr. Levi Biedermann and guest artist Carla O’Brien from Sarasota Clay Company led an intense, day-long, hands-on raku firing last week. AP art students participated in the activity while other classes, students with free periods or study halls, and faculty members came to observe the stunning process that incorporates chemistry and history to create one-of-a-kind fine art pieces.
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  • Fourth Grade Travel Agents

    Mrs. Bryan’s fourth grade history students concluded their study of modern Florida by presenting their Florida Travel Agency projects this week.
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  • ODA Student-Athletes Top Area Honors

    Out-of-Door is pleased to report that 2018-2019 has been the most successful year in the history of ODA Athletics! This year has seen the the largest number of student-athletes committing to compete in their sport–including several Division 1 colleges and universities, a huge amount of State Qualifiers, Regional Champions, and District Champions, and the highest number of ODA student-athletes nominated as HT Preps All-Area Athletes and Finalists.
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  • Out-of-Door Freshman Earns Finalist Spot

    Herald Tribune
    Tristan McWilliam '22 is named as a finalist on HT Preps annual All-Area list.
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  • 2019 HT Prep's Baseball Player of the Year Finalists Named

    Herald Tribume
    Thunder baseball players have a solid showing on the All-Area Finalists List.
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  • ODA Boys Lacrosse Has Solid Showing on 2019 HT Preps All-Area Player of the Year List

    Staff Reporter - Herald Tribune
    Five Out-of-Door lacrosse players named as finalists.
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  • ODA Dominates HT Preps All-Area Girls Lacrosse Player of the Year List

    Florida Times-Union
    Nine Out-of-Door student-athletes and Coach Kippie Crouch named All-Area finalists.
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  • Saraiah Walkes '21 Named to 2019 All-Area List

    Herald Tribune
    The sophomore sprinter is named as a HT Preps All-Area finalist.
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  • Fifth Graders Exhibit Art Under the Banyan

    The fifth grade showcased limitless creativity in both visual and performing arts during their annual Art Under the Banyan exhibit. The Kozel Family Amphitheater was filled with 2- and 3-dimensional art, along with smartphone-accessible videos featuring students speaking from inside their own artistic creation. Parents enjoyed a dramatic performance featuring ODA’s Core Values Unleashed, and Dr. Vasilaki's students filled the air with music.
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  • ODA Origami Cranes Delivered to Hiroshima Peace Memorial

    On Friday, May 10, origami artist Kuniko Yamamoto returned to the Historic Siesta Key Campus to share a video of her recent trip to Japan where she delivered student-created peace cranes.
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  • Thunderpalooza Showcases ODA Talent

    When was the last time you heard classic orchestral music with percussion provided by a human beatbox? Unique performances like this abounded at the 13th Annual Thunderpalooza celebration of talent.
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  • ODA Wins Thriller in 10th Inning

    Jim Brockman - Herald Tribune
    Freshman Logan Tribble ends the game with a two-out RBI single.
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  • Brinling and ODA Overpower St. Stephen's for District Title

    Dennis Maffezzoli - Herald Tribune
    The senior outfielder hits towering home run to put Thunder in control on way to 7-1 win.
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  • Director of Dining Services Wins President’s Award

    Out-of-Door is proud to announce that Director of Dining Services Lindsey Kraus is the recipient of the 2018-2019 Flik Independent School Dining President’s Award. The prestigious award is given to a Flik associate who “consistently exceeds expectations, makes a positive difference in the lives of their guests and peers, exhibits humility, and strives for excellence every day.”
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  • Impressive Talent on Display at Middle and Upper School Arts Day

    The Uihlein Campus was filled with the sights and sounds of music, song, and artistic expression this weekend for Middle and Upper School Arts Day. Interactive arts elements joined the exhibited artwork and performances by several groups this year. Attendees could create an active photo, watch a ceramics creation come to life on a wheel or splatter paint on an oversized canvas for a community-created collaborative piece.
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  • Students Learn Life Cycle Hatching Baby Chicks

    Mrs. Young and Mrs. Williams’ first graders began their Life Cycle unit by putting 24 chicken eggs–12 Cream Legbars and 12 Black Copper Marans–into the incubator in their classroom.
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  • ODA Announces Four Athletes Signing with Colleges

    Ryan Kohn - Observer
    The Thunder's football, volleyball, and baseball programs were represented.
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  • Four More Seniors Commit to NCAA Schools

    Upper School students, faculty, and staff, celebrated four seniors who have committed to pursue athletic careers at the collegiate level. The student-athletes were surrounded by proud parents, siblings, and coaches as they took the next step toward furthering their education. This fall, these four standouts join the six who signed in the fall for a total of 10 senior student-athletes who are taking their game to the next level at institutions across the U.S.
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  • Lower School Students Get Creative on Arts Day

    On Friday, April 26, the Historic Lower School Campus was a sea of music, artwork, and theater performances during the annual Lower School Arts Day.
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  • ODA’s Library Pays it Forward

    Reevaluating the collection in ODA's Savidge-Bowers Library created an opportunity for some appreciative institutions. To make the print collection more relevant to our current needs and to make room for new titles, Director of Library Services Miss Alyssa Mandel spent most of the fall and winter evaluating the books and deciding what to keep and what to purge.
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  • Exploring History through Artistic Expression

    Students in Dr. Zitani’s Social and Cultural History of the American 20th Century course presented touching artistic reflections of spoken word, drawings, and songs based on their research of race, class, and gender during events throughout American history. Their impressive original works showcased the depth of their understanding of difficult times, offering a glimpse at the impact of these events on people and culture.
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  • ODA Girls Lacrosse Moves to Regional Semifinals

    Alexander Martin - Fort Myers News-Press
    Canterbury eliminated by Out-of-Door in regional quarterfinals.
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  • ODA Students Excel in State Latin Forum

    Sixteen studious Out-of-Door Upper and Middle School Latin students traveled to Orlando for the three-day 2019 Florida Junior Classical League (FJCL) State Latin Forum competition Sixteen studious Out-of-Door Upper and Middle School Latin students traveled to Orlando for the three-day 2019 Florida Junior Classical League (FJCL) State Latin Forum competition. ODA had several “firsts,” including the first sibling team in Olympika, Kelsey Lugannani ‘20 and Cameron Lugannani ‘23; first-time competition attendees Josh Cohen 20, Kelsey Lugannani ‘20, and Susan Pacer ‘20; and the first time ODA has had voting delegates –  Arya Bulusu ‘20, Nina Dinh ‘20, Mira Khazanchi ‘20, Catie Pacer ’23, Johnny Robinson ‘23, and Ian Strang ‘23.
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  • Seventh Graders Explore STEM

    Out-of-Door seventh graders spent a full day immersed in hands-on STEM experiments just days before heading off for Spring Break. The students participated in a variety of experiments designed by both ODA faculty and visiting experts to simulate real-life science and medical scenarios.
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  • A Message from Laura Murphy, the Director of Admissions & Alumni Relations

    The highlight of my year has been reconnecting with so many of you and getting to know other SK Alums who were here before my tenure at Out-of-Door. Whether it has been through networking events, playdates, social media, or email, it has been wonderful to hear about all the deep connections you have to our school. I have worked in, and visited many schools during my years in education, and I have yet to find a community like ours. Aren’t we fortunate?
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  • STEM Day in Lakewood Ranch focuses on animal sciences.

    Pam Eubanks - YourObserver.com
    As part of ODA's annual seventh-grade STEM Day, students spent the day conducting experiments meant to simulate real-life surgeries.
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  • ODA Girls Claim Title

    Dennis Maffezzoli - Herald Tribune
    Senior Lexi Myers has 4 goals and 3 assists for Thunder to lead the way; Charlie Budreau led the Cougars’ attack with a goal and 3 assists.
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  • Sophomore sprinter wins 400-meter run and finishes second in 100 and 200

    Dennis Maffezzoli - Herald Tribune
    Saraiah Walkes has served notice.
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  • Spirit Day Recap: A Tradition of Fun and Service

    Wearing special commemorative T-shirts emblazoned with a superhero-style shield and the letters “SD” on the front, and “Young” and the number 37 on the back, students, faculty, and staff gathered at the Uihlein Campus in Lakewood Ranch for Spirit Day today. One of Out-of-Door's oldest school traditions, the day was chock-full of games, camaraderie, and friendly competition for every student from pre-K to our soon-to-graduate seniors.
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  • Nevan Hernandez Named 2019-20 Taylor Emmons Scholarship Recipient

    The Out-of-Door Academy and the Emmons Family are honored to announce Nevan Hernandez as the ninth recipient of the Taylor Emmons Scholarship. Nevan epitomizes Out-of-Door’s five Core Values: respect, integrity, service, excellence, and responsibility. 
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  • A Novel Way to Approach Empathy

    “Snail mail” has been traveling between the Siesta Key Campus and the Uihlein Campus as Out-of-Door Lower School and Middle School students collaborated in the Pen Pal Letters Project. The annual assignment pairs up 5th and 6th graders who write letters to their partners to share their thoughts and ideas about assigned novels they read in class with a common theme.
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  • Powerful Performances by Upper School Vocalists in Spring Musical

    This year’s Upper School Musical “Songs for a New World” showcased impressive talent from a small cast who embraced this unique opportunity and performed with passion. The piece is an abstract musical in which each song shares the theme of how the choices we make impact our lives and the world around us.
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  • Six ODA Seniors Earn National Merit Recognition

    The Out-of-Door Academy College Counseling Office is pleased to announce that seniors John Floersheimer and Ben Johnson have been named as National Merit Scholarship Finalists, and Nicklaus Auen, Adelaide Mahler, Kelland Timothy, and Clayton Watson have been recognized as Commended Scholars. Overall, the Class of 2019 has achieved the highest average SAT score in school history, eclipsing the previous record by 25 points!
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  • Curtain call: seniors and director finish their time at Out-of-Door Academy

    Andrew Atkins
    Both seniors and Associate Head of School L'Tanya Evans will depart the academy at the end of the year.
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  • ODA Girls Lacrosse and Boys Tennis Record Wins

    Alan Bellittera - Bradenton Herald
    Girls lacrosse celebrates senior night with big win, boys tennis evens record to 4-4.
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  • For ODA’s Brinling, hard work pays off

    Dennis Maffezzoli - Herald Tribune
    Senior leads the Thunder with a .378 batting average and has a baseball scholarship to play at Florida
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  • Lower School Students Showcase STEM Skills at Science Olympiad

    Last week our young scientists at the Lower School had an exciting morning filled with fun, hands-on learning and experiments during the annual Science Olympiad. Many of these scientific activities occurred in outdoor spaces, keeping with the Out-of-Door tradition of students learning beyond the walls of a traditional classroom.
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  • ODA Junior Awarded Creative Writing Gold Key

    Ashley Sciame ‘20 was honored by the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers with a Gold Key award for her creative writing submission in the 2018 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. She earned a Silver Key in last year’s competition. Ashley’s piece, entered in the Science Fiction & Fantasy category, “The Serpent’s Song,” follows the challenges faced by a young woman with magical abilities who leaves home to travel the world.
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  • ODA Shines at State Spanish Language Competition

    This year, ODA’s Modern Languages Department sent a team of 16 students to compete in the annual Florida State Spanish Conference in Orlando, Florida. ODA’s largest team ever finished the competition in second place, missing the top prize in their division by just a few points. Many students received top honors to contribute to this strong finish including Nina Giraldo 21’, Arya Bulusu 20', Kate Crump 20’, and Adelaide Mahler 19’ who each earned perfect scores!
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  • Out-of-Door Students' Project for Students with Physical and Intellectual Impairments Earns Top Honors

    SRQ Magazine
    Sophomores Kaylen Rivers and Reece Whatmore's assistive technology storybook advances them to the National TSA Competition in Washington, D.C.
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  • Thunder rally to reach Taylor Emmons Classic final

    Dennis Maffezzoli - Herald Tribune
    ODA scores all seven runs in the late innings to beat Tampa Berkeley Prep 7-2
     
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  • ODA Defeats Southview in TEMC First Round

    Dennis Maffezzoli - Herald Tribune
    Austin Brinling went 2-for-4 with a double and run batted in to lead the Thunder (9-1) in the first round of the tournament.
     
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  • Coach Tim Orlosky picks up 100th career coaching victory

    Dennis Maffezzoli - Herald Tribune
    Out-of-Door coach reaches milestone after Thunder’s win over Seffner Christian.
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  • Eighth Graders Finish Unit on 1950s Culture and History with Dance

    Eighth graders in pastel poodle skirts and bobby socks, rolled up 501s and black leather jackets took the dance floor Monday to show off moves they’ve been learning at the culminating event of their cross-curricular 1950s unit.
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  • Fifth Graders Learn Negotiation, Diplomacy, and Strategy via World Peace Game

    Each year, fifth grade students participate in the World Peace Game. This hands-on political simulation gives young students the opportunity to explore the global landscape by considering the impact of economic, social, and environmental crises and the threat of war.
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  • Music Fills the Night at Jazz Under the Stars

    As the sun set behind ODA’s Uihlein Campus, soothing melodies filled the air for a picturesque Jazz Under the Stars. This annual tradition features a variety of genres performed by our talented musicians in a unique and memorable showcase.
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  • ODA center fielder reflects on Taylor Emmons Scholarship

    Ryan Kohn - YourObserver.com
    A Scholarship Can Change a Life.
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  • Sophomore Wins Scholarship for Third Year Running

    Tyler Lesh '21 has been named a 2019 Recognized Carson Scholar.
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  • Thunder roll past Mustangs

    Herald Tribune Staff
    Lexi Myers was one of five Thunder players with a hat trick as Out-of-Door Academy rolled past Lakewood Ranch 21-5 on Monday in a girls’ lacrosse game at the Mustang Ranch.
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  • ODA Blanks Southwest Florida Christian

    Herald Tribune Staff
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  • BASEBALL: ODA edges Bradenton Christian; Lakewood Ranch remains undefeated

    Herald Tribune
    Out-of-Door Academy bests Bradenton Christian in single run game.
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  • Guests Enjoy an Unforgettable Evening at Banyan Ball 2019

    The Out-of-Door community came out in its finest to the Ritz Carlton on Saturday, March 9, 2019 for its annual Banyan Ball—an elegant evening of festivity and fundraising. The unforgettable evening themed “World Traveler” began with an exclusive VIP event.
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  • STEM Students Advance to National Competition

    In ODA’s first Technology Student Association (TSA) State Competition, sophomores Kaylen Rivers ‘21 and Reece Whatmore ‘21 created an interactive, tactile, assistive technology storybook for students with physical and intellectual impairment. Their second place finish in the category advances them to the National Competition in June.
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  • Talented ODA Musicians Perform with the Pros

    The Out-of-Door Academy has had a strong representation on the Sarasota Youth Orchestra (SYO), Symphonic Winds, and Youth Opera Programs for many years. The SYO’s program has been hailed as one of the most exemplary youth programs in the Southeast. Each year, ODA students are encouraged to take advantage of amazing opportunities with these programs -located in the heart of our city.
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  • Supporters of The Out-of-Door Academy gathered March 9 at The Ritz-Carlton, Sarasota for the annual fundraiser.

    Niki Kottmann - Sarasota Observer
    Purses doubled as metaphorical suitcases March 9 at the annual Banyan Ball.
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  • Third and Fourth Grade Artists Shine Under the Banyan

    During their annual Art Under the Banyan exhibition this morning, third and fourth graders presented the beautiful artwork they have created in Ms. Gabrici’s art classes in the Kozel Amphitheater.
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  • ACLU Panelists Lead Town Hall Meeting

    ODA’s ACLU Club organized a “Know Your Rights” school assembly during last week’s Ovation. The assembly was conducted in a Town Hall style, allowing the Upper School students to stand up and ask panelists questions on the spot.
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  • Students Proudly Share Their Heritage

    The covered pavilion behind the Petrik Family Commons was filled with laughing, smiling students and faculty during the annual SPECTRUM Heritage Festival last week. Participants set up their tables with regional treats and delicacies, sweet and savory, from Israel, Ireland, Jamaica, Mexico, and more, prepared to share not only their foods, but information about their background with the festival’s attendees.
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  • Girls Lacrosse

    Alan Bellittera - Brandenton Herald
    Out-of-Door Academy 23, Sarasota Military Academy 4: Hannah Greenblott had five goals and four assists to lead the Thunder past SMA on Friday.
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  • ODA Senior Earns Semi-Finalist Standing

    Mairead Studdiford ’19 has been named a semi-finalist Coca Cola Scholar.
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  • Magical Performances Grace the Stage at Broadway Matinee

    Last weekend’s Middle and Upper School Broadway Matinee featured a selection of well-loved songs from the classic Broadway musicals "The Hunchback of Notre Dame," "The Phantom of the Opera," and "Jekyll and Hyde."
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  • Seventh Graders Learn Empathy through Self-Reflection

    Over the last several months, the seventh grade boys and girls have had opportunities to meet in groups as part of the Out-of-Door Middle School’s mission to emphasize the importance of social-emotional well-being and learning to maintain a more balanced life.
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  • Arthur Wang ‘21 Plays Carnegie Hall

    During the 2019 Forte International Music Competition finals in New York City on February 2, The Out-of-Door Academy’s Arthur Wang ‘21, competed as one of two finalists in the 16 to 18 year old “Seniors” age group. Standing on the legendary stage in world-renowned Carnegie Hall, Arthur played “Violin Concerto No. 1 in A minor,” Jean-Baptiste Accolay.
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  • Lower School Students Earn STEM Fair Awards

    At the start of the 2018-2019 school year, students in 3rd-5th grade applied and were selected to be part of the ODA STEM Fair team. From this group, students decided whether they wanted to complete an engineering project or an experimental project, and were grouped according to interest. Students worked through the engineering design process or scientific method, defining the problem, asking questions, researching, experimenting and prototyping, analyzing the results, and finally presenting their findings.
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  • ODA Students Excel at Latin Forum

    ODA students had a spectacular showing at the Florida Junior Classical League Regional Forum this year. The 40 students, along with faculty chaperones Ms. Nicole Fafalios, Ms. Anya Grady, Ms. Alyssa Mandel, and Mr. Paul LeBras, traveled to Plant City for the day-long competition in multiple categories. ODA students took home a total of 44 awards/trophies.
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  • Core Values on Stage for Grandfriends Day 2019

    Out-of-Door’s traditional Grandfriends Day was held on the Historic Siesta Key Campus on February 8, 2019. The annual event is an opportunity for students to invite their grandparents or special friends to visit ODA to experience the musical and theatrical talents of our students, participate in campus activities, and spend time together sharing what they are learning in classrooms.
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  • Powerful Performance Offers Message of Unity

    The Out-of-Door Middle and Upper School community attended a special presentation of the inspiring play “Letters From Anne & Martin,” in the Petrik Thunderdome this week.
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  • Kindergarten Reading Workshop Empowers Parents

    At ODA, we know that equipping our parents with the knowledge and tools to help their children learn is an important part of the early childhood education process. Towards that end, kindergarten teachers recently held an in-class, hands-on literacy workshop with both students and parents.
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  • Second Grade Marine Biologists Study Manatees

    Students in second grade have thoroughly explored various aspects of manatees through in-depth and interactive lessons.
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  • Twelve ODA Student-Athletes Earn Top All-Area Honors

    Twelve Out-of-Door student-athletes were recently named as HT Preps All-Area High School Athletes for the Fall 2018 season. This is one of the largest groups of ODA student-athletes to be named to the list for a single season, reflecting the continued growth of all of our Thunder athletic programs.
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  • Suns and Mentors Shine at Visible Men Academy Impact Awards

    By Gayle Guynup - Herald Tribune
    Three ODA students were honored at the VMA IMPACT Awards.

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  • Silver Key Award:

    ODA Juniors Earn National Art Awards

    Mira Khazanchi '20 and Paige Crittenden '20 have been selected as award recipients from a pool of 350,000 student submissions received by the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers for the 2018 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. Mira received two Silver Keys and one Gold Key for her photography submission “Festivities,” and Paige received a Gold Key for her mixed media drawing “Through Someone Else’s Eyes.”
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  • Students Create Online Spanish Publication

    Students in Mrs. Daniela Rozanes’ AP Spanish Literature and AP Spanish Language & Culture classes, and Mr. Marc Robert’s Spanish V class collaborated on an intensive project to produce a Spanish-language digital magazine, El rincón del trueno (Thunder Corner).
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  • East County Athlete of the Week: Ciniya Moore

    Ryan Kohn - YourObserver.com
    The ODA guard talks work ethic and her basketball origins
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  • Middle School Thespians Shine in “The Jungle Book KIDS”

    Tigers, bears, and monkeys have filled the Black Box Theater for this week’s Middle School production of “The Jungle Book KIDS.” The ensemble cast showcases a range of characters as they lead us through the familiar story of a young boy raised by wild animals.
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  • ODA's New Multi-Sport Facility Offers Athletic and Academic Benefits

    Ryan Kohn - YourObserver.com
    Fox Field House gives Thunder teams more space to operate
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  • Fifth Graders Learn the Value of Teamwork

    Shortly after returning from ODA’s Winter Break, our fifth graders departed campus for a leadership retreat to Circle F Dude Ranch in Lake Wales.
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  • ODA Students Selected for All-State Orchestra

    Orchestra Director Nicole Young, Dr. Linda Vasilaki, eighth grade violinist Natalie Carrión, and senior violist Christian Ramos attended the 75th anniversary of the Florida Music Educators Association Conference “Artistry, Teaching and Performing” in Tampa, Florida January 9-12. These two talented students were selected to represent Out-of-Door in the Middle School and High School All-State Orchestra Programs.
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  • ODA Ties Cardinal Mooney

    Dennis Maffezzoli - Herald Tribune
    Cougars end up in a tie for fourth straight match; Thunder now 7-1-1
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  • Class of 2018 Alumni Share Advice with College-Bound Seniors

    Learn how to do you laundry. Develop good relationships with your professors. Appreciate what you have here at Out-of-Door! These are just some of the nuggets of advice members of the Class of 2018 had for the senior class when they returned to campus in December to meet with seniors in their Issues in Contemporary Society classes.
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  • ODA Unveils Fox Field House

    The entire Uihlein Campus student body, faculty, parents, and trustees assembled on the first day of classes in 2019 to cut the ribbon on the new Fox Field House. Everyone in attendance was wowed by the expansive 12,300 square foot addition to our Thunder Athletic Complex. Click here for photo gallery. Click here for an article from The Observer. Click here for Video.
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  • Sixth Grade Symposium Brings Ancient Egypt to Life

    Sixth graders embarked on an exploration of Ancient Egyptian mummification during a creative cross-curricular project last quarter.
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