Last week, students on Lower Campus participated in the annual Cardboard Challenge! While students in Kindergarten - Grade 5 designed on the Courtyard, Preschool students explored their curiosity and creativity on the Frontier. For the first time, a group of Grade 5 leaders, the Cardboard Crew, helped plan, implement and facilitate the challenge. Read more here - http://bit.ly/32ndr1U
This semester in Grade 8 Humanities with David Leflar, students are studying World War I by reading the book Kipling's Choice.
Following reading this story, students worked independently to create an original infographic that detailed and described information from the book. In addition to the infographic, each student included a written description of the topic and information that they covered in their infographic. Read more about their project here - http://bit.ly/2Bfwu2f#mvpschool#bettertogether
Meet Elizabeth Werdesheim, our Director of Community Giving.
Prior to coming to Mount Vernon, Elizabeth spent 15+ years in business development at KPMG and Deloitte, where she established two non-profits.
Her son Charlie just started at Mount Vernon and is in Grade 2 in Ms. Edward's class. A former collegiate runner, you can also find Elizabeth coaching Middle School Cross Country. Welcome to Mount Vernon, Elizabeth! #mvpschool#bettertogether#FacultyFriday
Meet your Junior Prefects! These students submitted a written application and a teacher recommendation, then interviewed in front of a panel to be chosen to represent Grades 6, 7, and 8. Congratulations, Mustangs! #mvpschool#bettertogether