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More than 150 students from 15 schools throughout Southern California spent the day at St. Margaret’s last Saturday participating in the High School Public Debate Program. Junior Tyler Genevay was named the top speaker of the tournament, for the second consecutive time.
The Preschool celebrated another successful Family Thanksgiving Breakfast on Monday. The annual tradition springs from our belief that the Preschool is the bridge between home and school. Moms, dads, grandparents and siblings come together to celebrate Thanksgiving and family in their child’s Preschool classroom.
More than 60 Middle School students and a student technical crew presented three performances of Guys & Dolls, Jr. on November 19 and 21. According to Director Nathan Wheeler, “Although Guys & Dolls had its Broadway premiere in 1950, it remains a timeless piece of American musical theater.”
Sillers Hall was transformed into a literary fall harvest for students, parents and teachers alike during the annual Parent Teacher Fellowship Book Fair last week. The event, which raises money for the St. Margaret’s Library and the literary gems within, was themed “Give Thanks for Books” this year.
St. Margaret's equestrian team member Rachel Torok and her horse, Warrick, recently completed the "A" circuit of the North American League finishing seventh in the West Coast standings. Rachel and Warrick competed in the Children's Jumper event and accumulated 180 points at the Las Vegas National Horse Show November 19.
In a long-standing tradition, the St. Margaret’s Episcopal School community celebrated St. Margaret’s Day yesterday morning to honor Scotland’s patron saint of education, St. Margaret, Queen of Scotland and to celebrate the founding of St. Margaret’s Episcopal School.
Lower School students recognized International Day of Tolerance on Monday. Students shared about the holiday in a video in Lower School Chapel, highlighting that tolerance is about celebrating and embracing what makes everyone special or unique. During lunch, and in the Kindergarten classes, students had the opportunity to complete a paper doll and share what was special and unique about themselves.
Upper School students travelled to the Langson Library at UCI as part of their ongoing studies into history, historiography and research. Students toured the library and received a private presentation in the special collections wing, an area reserved for graduate students and university professors.
Brent Cahill, St. Margaret's Class of 2015, is featured in this week's edition of Sports Illustrated in a story about the Caltech Mens Basketball Program. Cahill, #23 for the Beavers, is featured in the cover photography and throughout the article.
The Parent Up Distinguished Speaker Series continued last week with world-renowned speaker and preeminent researcher Dr. Sherry Turkle. Dr. Turkle spoke to more than 300 parents and community members, including almost 30 parents of alumni, on the effects of technology on relationships.