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  • Lower School Students Share the Importance of Memorial Day and Thank Veterans

    Posted May 21, 2015

    Lower School Core Council, grade 1 students and local Girl Scout troops worked together to share the importance of Memorial Day and give families a chance to thank veterans in a truly meaningful way. More than 50 letters were sent to veterans thanking them for their service with a star from a decommissioned American flag.

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  • UCI Bestows Top Honor to Dr. Jeneen Graham

    Posted May 21, 2015

    St. Margaret’s Episcopal School Academic Dean Dr. Jeneen Graham was honored by the University of California, Irvine Alumni Association and its board of directors with one of the university’s highest honors, 2015 Lauds & Laurels Distinguished Alumni Award. Presented to Dr. Graham at the 45th annual gala along with 18 other honorees, Lauds & Laurels is bestowed annually to outstanding members of the UC Irvine community who demonstrate heartfelt dedication and commitment to the university community.

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  • Hot Lunch – A Rewarding Volunteer Experience

    By Lisa Payne, PTF President
    Posted May 21, 2015

    More than 120 parent volunteers serve Hot Lunch each week to some 600 students, faculty and staff in a span of 90 minutes. The volunteers report once a week, twice a week or occasionally as a last minute substitute with a smile on their face and a willingness to work. While each volunteer gets to catch a little glimpse of their students as they retrieve their lunch, they also get to spend quality time getting to know other parents from the school community.

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  • Tartan Equestrian Team Finishes Season Fifth Among More Than 60 Schools

    Posted May 21, 2015

    St. Margaret's equestrian team finished the season fifth in overall points in the Orange County League, which includes more than 60 schools. The team was also crowned Champion School for points in the freshman division. Hana Thomas finished third, and Lauren Haller finished fourth overall for the Freshman Hunter/Equitation classes.

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  • Back-to-Back Championships for Middle School Sports Teams

    By Lori Fava, Middle School Athletic Coordinator
    Posted May 20, 2015

    The Middle School sports spring season culminated last week with the Mountain “A” boys’ volleyball and Large School “A” co-ed soccer teams both capturing back-to-back championship banners. The success of not only these two teams, but two other league titles, made for a very exciting and fun-filled spring sports season.

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  • St. Margaret's Captures 14 CAPPIES Nominations, Including Best Play

    Posted May 19, 2015

    The Orange County CAPPIES have announced the 2015 nominees and commendees for the 2014-2015 theater season. St. Margaret's students received 14 nominations for their work on Argonautika – The Voyage of Jason and the Argonauts and Les Miserables in performing, design and technical categories.

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  • Senior Fernando Delgado Named OC Register Lacrosse Athlete of the Week

    Posted May 19, 2015

    Senior long stick midfielder Fernando Delgado has been named the OC Varsity boys lacrosse player of the week. The Villanova-bound senior has been a four-year starter for the Tartans. This past week he helped the Tartan lacrosse team win the Orange County U.S. Lacrosse Championship over JSerra Catholic High School.

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  • Tartan Lacrosse Wins Southern Section Championship

    Posted May 16, 2015

    The Tartans needed a team effort to overcome the Palos Verde Sea Kings 14-8 to capture their second U.S. Lacrosse Southern Section Championship in three years. After entering the fourth quarter knotted at 8-8, the Tartans added six unanswered goals to cap a dominant playoff run. Congratulations Tartans!

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  • A Sea of Memories – Lower School Welcomes Grandparents and Special Friends to Campus

    Posted May 14, 2015

    The Lower School welcomed grandparents and special friends to campus for breakfast, student performances and classroom visits last Friday. Guests arrived at the Fountain Courtyard and followed a path of student artwork inspired by the day’s theme “Under the Sea – A Sea of Memories to be Made with Family and Friends Along the Way."

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  • Lower School Students Present The Jungle Book to Sold Out Audiences

    Posted May 14, 2015

    More than 150 students in grades 1-3 delighted audiences last week with their performances of the familiar Disney production The Jungle Book. The McGregor Family Theater transformed into a jungle setting in faraway India to help the cast members present the story of Mowgli.

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