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Preschool Weekly Update

September 19, 2021

COMING UP THIS WEEK IN PRESCHOOL: September 20-24

Monday, September 20
Student Portraits, PK2 – PK5  (Rescheduled to September 23 due to rain forecast)

Tuesday, September 21

Wednesday, September 22
All-School Late Start
9:10 am Carpool begins
9:30 am School begins

*Childcare is not available before school begins

Thursday, September 23
Student Portraits, PK2 – PK5 (rescheduled from Monday)

Friday, September 24: Spirit Day

SAVE THESE DATES

Friday, October 15: Homecoming 
Fourteen years of Alumni, New Mustang Families, Grandparents, and our entire MV community are invited to celebrate the School’s 50th year by drawing the largest collection of Mustangs in one place, ever. We will recognize past performers and athletes, active service members, and former Homecoming Kings and Queens, while honoring this year’s court and crowning our new King and Queen. Varsity football kicks off at 4:00 pm against Providence. Be there to participate in the festivities, meet up with long-term Mustangs, and continue the celebration of our School’s 50th year. 

 

ENGAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES
MV Serves: Year of Impact

Year of Impact is a year-long integration of service. Beginning on September 11, our MV Community committed to logging 50,000 hours of selfless service through May 11, 2022. This impactful opportunity will give us the chance to collectively give back while commemorating Mount Vernon’s 50th year. We ask our community to log every hour served, to reach our goal of 50,000 hours this year. Together we give back. #MVImpact

 

A WORD FROM YOUR DIRECTOR OF PRESCHOOL

During afternoon pick-up, when you ask your children what their favorite part of the day was, do you often hear, “the Frontier!”? Our teachers know the importance of outdoor play for our healthy bodies, creative minds, and community building. Interacting with nature sparks new learning and aids in physical, sociological, psychological, and social development. Unlike the static, flat, and plastic structures on a typical playground, Mount Vernon’s Frontier was designed to be an extension of the classroom that encourages our students to take risks, make their own choices, design their own adventures, and build their muscles and coordination. Math happens as we notice patterns in the garden. Public speaking skills are primed on the stage. The water feature sparks science lessons. The uneven terrain, trees, and tree fort all promote gross motor development. Of course, children use their language and social-negotiation skills to play, play, play! Teachers, on the other hand, are watching, listening, planning, and prompting to provoke new learning. Don’t tell your children though; we love that to them… it is just play! 

All good things,

Caroline Diaz
Director of Preschool | x2329

Shelley Searcy
Head of Lower Campus | x2001

Communication Archive

September 12, 2021

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September 12, 2021

COMING UP THIS WEEK IN PRESCHOOL: SEPTEMBER 13-17

Monday, September 13

Tuesday, September 14

Wednesday, September 15
8:10 – 8:30 am PK3 – G1 Chapel

8:30 – 9:30 am MV Cares Parent Meeting via Zoom: Join the Community Development team to learn how, with your help, we can better support our MV community and make a strong impact through appreciation, prayer, and service. (ID: 95415716123 Passcode: YDOD9UoK)

Thursday, September 16

Friday, September 17: Spirit Day

COVID LANDSCAPE

The following reflects the COVID landscape as of Friday, September 10.

Preschool

COVID Positive
2 of 112

Lower Campus & Upper Campus Employees
0 of 257

SAVE THESE DATES

Monday, September 20: PK2 – PK5 Student Portraits

Wednesday, September 22: Late Start
Mount Vernon will implement a late start across all divisions five times this year to allow faculty and staff to participate in cross-divisional professional learning prior to students arriving on campus. On these select days, carpool will begin at 9:10 am and the school day will start at 9:30 am. Childcare will not be available before carpool on either campus. (Remaining four late starts: December 8, January 6, March 23, April 27)

Friday, October 15: Homecoming 
Varsity football kicks off at 4:00 pm against Providence for 2021-2022 Homecoming. Join the festivities as we welcome 14 years of alumni back to campus, crown a new Homecoming King and Queen, and continue the celebration of our School’s 50th year. 

ENGAGEMENT OPPORTUNITIES

MV Serves: Year of Impact
Year of Impact is a year-long integration of service. Beginning on September 11, our MV Community committed to logging 50,000 hours of selfless service through May 11, 2022. This impactful opportunity will give us the chance to collectively give back while commemorating Mount Vernon’s 50th year. We ask our community to log every hour served, to reach our goal of 50,000 hours this year. Together we give back. #MVImpact

Mustang Athletic Club and MV Arts Alliance
Joining the Mustang Athletic Club and/or the MV Arts Alliance is a great way to support Mount Vernon students outside of the classroom – on the court, track, and field, or on the stage, in the recording and art studios. 

  • The Mustang Athletic Club is your guide to all things athletics. Whether you have a student-athlete participating or you’re just a Mustang fan, learn more about supporting MV athletes and joining the Mustang Athletic Club.
  • The MV Arts Alliance provides an opportunity for families to support artists – students, faculty, and staff – while building a community of parents and grandparents at the School. Your membership to the MV Arts Alliance helps celebrate all of the School’s artists from Preschool through Upper School. 

A WORD FROM YOUR DIRECTOR OF PRESCHOOL

Do you ever wonder what math instruction looks like in Preschool? Early math skills are seen in daily routines as young children are learning about attributes and patterns, counting with Rekenreks, and positional words like next to, under, above, top, middle, and below. All of the foundational skills are integrated into language development, fine and gross motor skills, social skills, and developing solution seekers. It is amazing to see how much progress your children are making in building a strong sense of numbering, based on the mathematical-inspired provocations, play, and explicit instruction that is happening in Preschool. We encourage you to look for opportunities to discover patterns in your home, count favorite objects, and talk about relative locations. 

All good things,

Caroline Diaz
Director of Preschool | x2329

Shelley Searcy
Head of Lower Campus | x2001

September 5, 2021

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September 5, 2021

Dear Preschool Mustangs,

We loved hosting our families on campus for Curriculum Morning last week. It was fun to have you back on campus, seated in the Kirk Center, building relationships with other parents, sharing your wonders and engaging in a Visible Thinking Routine, just like your children do. The Preschool leadership team talked about Mount Vernon’s mission, The Project Approach, adventures on the Frontier, and the intentional schedule to help your children master foundational skills, build independence, and cultivate an innovative mindset. Please continue to celebrate your child’s learning by observing the documentation displayed outside of the classroom and by logging into Seesaw. 

The fun is just beginning, so please pay careful attention to all that is happening at Mount Vernon in September. Our PlayMaker classes are back for kids, and our Rock the Block Social for adults will have an 80’s theme this year! We would also love to see your whole family cheering on the Mustangs at any softball, volleyball, football, or cross country events.

WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 6-10

Monday, September 6: NO SCHOOL

Tuesday, September 7
Fall PlayMaker classes begin

Wednesday, September 8
PK3 – G1 Chapel

Thursday, September 9 
8:30 – 9:30 am Parent University: Essential Partners Virtual Zoom
Equipping Mount Vernon to Dialogue Across Difference: Why do conversations get stuck? Why do discussions sometimes leave participants feeling misunderstood and attacked for their perspective? Essential Partners will lead families through an experiential session designed to equip participants with an understanding of how to shift the dynamics of a stuck conversation to support effective communication. At Mount Vernon, dialogue across difference directly advances the work of IDEA by supporting an environment of listening and inquiry to further understanding—where students are partners in cultivating a community that acknowledges and communicates across differences. Thus, they are prepared to effectively engage with complex issues in their future beyond Mount Vernon, whether at a university campus, in the workplace or boardroom, or on the international stage.

Friday, September 10: Spirit Day
6:30 – 9:30 pm Rock the Block Adult Social (80’s Theme)
Our MV community is ready to socialize! Connect with parents, faculty, staff, grandparents, and alumni (21 and older) to celebrate the School’s 50th year. Join us on campus, dress up in full-on 80’s attire, and relive the neon decade with The Breakfast Club band playing on the Upper Campus lawn from 6:30 – 9:30 pm. Purchase tickets prior to September 7.

SAVE THESE DATES

Wednesday, September 22: Late Start
Mount Vernon will implement a late start across all divisions five times this year to allow faculty and staff to participate in cross-divisional professional learning prior to students arriving on campus. On these select days, carpool will begin at 9:10 am and the school day will start at 9:30 am. Childcare will not be available before carpool on either campus. (Remaining four late starts: December 8, January 6, March 23, April 27)

Friday, October 15: Homecoming 
Varsity football kicks off at 4:00 pm against Providence for 2021-2022 Homecoming. Join the festivities as we welcome 14 years of alumni back to campus, crown a new homecoming King and Queen, and continue the celebration of our School’s 50th year. 

Mustang Athletic Club and MV Arts Alliance
Joining the Mustang Athletic Club and/or the MV Arts Alliance is a great way to support Mount Vernon students outside of the classroom – on the court, track, and field, or on the stage, in the recording and art studios. 

  • The Mustang Athletic Club is your guide to all things athletics. Whether you have a student-athlete participating or you’re just a Mustang fan, learn more about supporting MV athletes and joining the Mustang Athletic Club.
  • The MV Arts Alliance provides an opportunity for families to support artists – students, faculty, and staff – while building a community of parents and grandparents at the School. Your membership to the MV Arts Alliance helps celebrate all of the School’s artists from Preschool through Upper School. 

Parent Engagement Opportunities
As a member of the Mount Vernon community – parents and grandparents are automatically a part of the Mount Vernon Parent Network (MVPN), which works to promote a strong sense of community by encouraging MV families to Learn, Serve, and Give. We provide our families the opportunity to support each other, as well as faculty and staff in an informed, welcoming environment. Our success is grounded in a shared mission, supportive community and strong parent participation. If you haven’t already determined how you would like to share your time and talent with the School, please complete this engagement interest form and you will hear back from Hunter Pierce, Director of Community Impact.

Parent University: Wellness Jumpstart Recap
Recently, our parent community joined together on Zoom to learn more about Wellness at Mount Vernon – how students and families are holistically supported throughout the School. The work and the progress being made in every department is focused on the betterment of our community, developing character, empathy, confidence, and safety, in addition to expanding on the foundation of academic growth.Hear from representatives of Community Development, IDEA, Athletics, Arts, Counseling, and Technology Safety.

We hope you are all enjoying your Labor Day Weekend. Did you know the first Labor Day was celebrated in 1882 and continues to be a day dedicated to celebrating the contributions and achievements of American workers? We are certainly celebrating our teachers and encouraging them to rest from their work tomorrow. As a matter of fact, Mrs. Lee led our Preschool chapel last week and reminded us that even God rested on the seventh day. Ask your child if they can remember what Mrs. Lee said about REST and try her four tips as a family:

Relax
Exercise
Silence
Thankfulness

We look forward to seeing everyone back on campus on Tuesday and hearing about the ways you all rested.

All good things,

Caroline Diaz
Director of Preschool | x2329

Shelley Searcy
Head of Lower Campus | x2001

August 29, 2021

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August 29, 2021

Dear Preschool Mustangs,

After the first two weeks back, our Preschoolers have made big adjustments to a different pace of life, new teachers, and new routines. Building on the skills from the previous year and the adventures of the summer, our students’ curiosities are sparked and they are ready for rich learning experiences. Our teachers of the youngest Mustangs are setting the conditions for learning with print and numeracy-rich classrooms, multisensory experiences, intentional play, and lots and lots of love. We have had the opportunity to see your children at morning carpool, be in their classrooms, and observe them on the Frontier, so we want to highlight some of the rich learning going on.

Morning Meetings have been established in all classrooms as an essential part of our students’ day. This routine helps students experience belonging and significance as they see themselves as part of a bigger community. We are all focused on Getting to Know You. As our MV Littles are becoming strong communicators, some will be practicing introducing themselves while others will learn to read and write their full names. 

Morning Meeting supports these skills as a time to welcome each other, share our stories, and learn what we will be doing for the day. Morning Meetings are when we build relationships and take care of our social and emotional needs as learners. 

COVID Landscape
The following reflects the COVID landscape as of Friday, August 27.

Preschool

COVID Positive
0 of 112

Lower Campus & Upper Campus Employees
0 of 257

WEEK OF AUGUST 30 – SEPTEMBER 3

Wednesday, September 1
8:15 – 8:45 am Preschool Curriculum Morning: PK2, in the Kirk Center

Thursday, September 2
8:15 – 8:45 am Preschool Curriculum Morning: PK3, in the Kirk Center

Friday, September 3
8:15 – 8:45 am Preschool Curriculum Morning: PK4/PK5, in the Kirk Center

11:15 am Early Release: Please note that PS-G1 carpool begins at 11:15, and older siblings will also be released at this time to join younger siblings. Extended Play will not be available. 

Save These Dates

Friday, September 10: Rock the Block Adult Social (80’s Theme)
The School’s 5th Rock the Block evening social will be hosted on campus for the first time as we celebrate our parents, grandparents, special guests, faculty, staff, and alumni (21 and older) for our 50th year. The Breakfast Club – an 80’s tribute band – will be playing on the Upper Campus lawn from 6:30 – 9:30 pm. Wear your totally tubular 80’s attire. Purchase your tickets today!

Friday, October 15: Homecoming 
Varsity football kicks off at 4:00pm against Providence for 2021-2022 Homecoming. Join the festivities as we welcome 14 years of alumni back to campus, crown a new homecoming King and Queen and King, and continue the celebration of our School’s 50th year. 

As a reminder, Curriculum Morning is an opportunity for parents to come to campus to talk about the big picture ideas for the year from our Preschool Leadership team as well as the knowledge, skills, and dispositions on which each grade level will focus. Please make plans to attend.

We are excited to host our parents on campus. See you in the Kirk Center! 

All good things,

Caroline Diaz
Director of Preschool | x2329

Shelley Searcy
Head of Lower Campus | x2001

August 22, 2021

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August 22, 2021

Dear Preschool Mustangs,

What a great second week of school for our Preschoolers! Two big highlights were chapel on Wednesday in the Sanctuary and Convocation on Friday in the Upper Campus gym. Our PK4 and PK5 students walked over to the Upper Campus to hear Dr. Jacobsen’s message at Convocation. It was exciting to make the walk and sit among our Lower Campus friends. We will continue to explore Dr. Jacobsen’s charge for us all year. Considering questions and ideas like:

  • How might we build bridges between different classes within the Preschool and with other grades in Lower to Upper School?
  • How might we connect to our local community in moments of service, to share our talents and to learn in real and relevant ways?
  • How might we build connections to students around the world that lead to real collaboration around designing solutions to problems?

We appreciate those of you who were able to join us to hear the message, feel the energy, and be inspired to be a part of a community that is making an impact. 

Carpool Tip
Have you noticed afternoon carpool getting quicker? Thanks for working with your child(ren) to learn your family’s carpool number. Additionally, when exiting onto Mt. Vernon Highway in the afternoons, please use your turn signal. This will help our officer direct you and keep carpool moving. 

WEEK OF AUGUST 23-27

Monday, August 23
8:30 – 9:30 am Parent University: Wellness Jumpstart (via Zoom)
Parents are invited to join a Zoom meetup to learn how Mount Vernon is developing relationships and furthering the School’s mission by getting to know each child and family through work related to Academics [Bo Adams], IDEA [Stacey Lee], Athletics [Brad Dehem], Arts [Matt Neylon], Counseling [Kelli Bynum], Technology Safety and Integration [Katie Cain], and Community Engagement [Anne Katz]. 

Join Zoom Meeting

ID: 84259200873 / Passcode: 6n82D9QF

Wednesday, August 25
8:10-8:30 am PK3-G1 Chapel in the Church Sanctuary
We are excited to be back in the Sanctuary for weekly worship. Please note that we are not able to accommodate parents for chapel at this time. 

Friday, August 27: Spirit Day
4:30 pm All-School BBQ at the 1st Varsity Football Home Game
Join our entire community to kick off the football season with a complimentary BBQ tailgate and special gathering spots for new families, grandparents, and alumni. Admission is free for all Mustangs for this first game. Future home game admission is $7.

Save The Date

Friday, September 10: Rock the Block Adult Social (80’s Theme)
The School’s 5th Rock the Block evening social will be hosted on campus for the first time as we celebrate our parents, grandparents, special guests, faculty, staff, and alumni (21 and older) for our 50th year. The Breakfast Club – an 80’s tribute band – will be playing on the Upper Campus lawn from 6:30 – 9:30 pm. Wear your totally tubular 80’s attire – more details to come.

Coming Up

Preschool Curriculum Mornings

September 1: PK2, 8:15 – 8:45 am in the Kirk Center
September 2: PK3, 8:15 – 8:45 am in the Kirk Center
September 3: PK4/PK5, 8:15 – 8:45 am in the Kirk Center

We know that your Preschoolers tell you a lot about their brilliant teachers, interactive classrooms, and innovative school, but they may not tell you everything! Curriculum Morning is an opportunity for parents to come learn the rest of the story. You will hear about the big picture ideas for the year from our Preschool Leadership team as well as the knowledge, skills, and dispositions on which each grade level will focus. Please make plans to attend and stick around afterward for a cup of coffee.

We are dedicated to reconnecting and staying connected this year. If available, we encourage you to virtually join the Parent University on August 23. We also hope to see you in person at the varsity football opening game and the Rock the Block Social. We are Mustangs! 

All good things,

Caroline Diaz
Director of Preschool | x2329

Shelley Searcy
Head of Lower Campus | x2001

August 15, 2021

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August 15, 2021

Dear Preschool Mustangs,

Going back to school evokes so many emotions – excitement, jitters, cheers, and even a few parent tears. However, the start of this school year has been truly magical in the Preschool. Our little Mustangs jumped right back into asking bold questions, making big observations, and connecting with old and new friends. Our Infants-PK2 students have all enjoyed music with Mrs. Kim. Our PK3-PK5 students visited the new early childhood visual arts studio with Mrs. Cheryl in the Activities Building STEAM wing. Ms. Shay has a new early childhood performing arts studio in the Activities Building as well, and all of our students maintained their dancing skills over the summer.

Within each homeroom, we focused on building a united community, setting norms, and establishing routines for a successful year. Of course, all children have enjoyed time on the Frontier, the School’s natural playground that promotes fine and gross motor development, social skills, and imaginative play.

COVID Landscape
As communicated in the July 30 COVID announcement, the School has designed a set of thorough and thoughtful COVID protocols and mitigation strategies influenced by, among other things, the interdependence of the following factors: recommendations from public health officials; consulting with experts within the Mount Vernon community; proven effectiveness of multiple layers of mitigation strategies; analysis of COVID positive cases and transmission data at the School; real-time COVID data in counties surrounding the School; strong vaccination rates for age-eligible adults and students (12+); maintaining as many students on campus as possible and preventing extended periods of being sent home; affect on social-emotional health of students and faculty/staff members; and impact on the quality of teaching and learning between teachers and students.

After the first week of school, the following reflects the COVID landscape as of Friday, August 13.

Preschool

COVID Positive

0 of 113

Direct Exposure

0 of 113

Upper Campus Lower Campus Faculty/Staff

0 of 257
0 of 257

Carpool reminders

  • The first week of school has the longest carpools. Thank you for being patient with us as everyone learns the system.
  • Students will be released once their respective car is in the carpool line. For everyone’s safety, please do not park and walk up to retrieve your student. If you walk to school, please let us know.
  • Carpool numbers are important. For families who participate in afternoon carpool, please work with your child to learn your carpool number. Additionally, please clearly display your carpool number in your car. The best way to expedite afternoon carpool is for students to know and parents to show their carpool numbers.

WEEK OF AUGUST 16-20

Monday, August 16
10:00 am – 1:00 pm Vaccine Clinic in the Black Box Theatre in the Upper School Building
Mount Vernon is offering a COVID-19 Pfizer vaccine clinic, free of charge, administered by Briarcliff Health Mart Pharmacy on Monday August 16, 2021 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm in the Upper School Building for all age-eligible students (12 or older), employees, and parents that would like to participate. In order to receive a COVID-19 vaccine please complete both forms below and bring them to the vaccine clinic. 1) Briarcliff Health Mart Vaccine Immunization Form, and 2) Mount Vernon School Consent, Waiver & Release Form

Wednesday, August 18
8:10-8:30 PK3-G1 Chapel in the Church Sanctuary
We are excited to be back in the Sanctuary for weekly worship. Please note that we are not able to accommodate parents for chapel at this time.

Friday, August 20
Spirit Day: MV spirit shirt with uniform bottom or jeans

8:45 am Convocation for PK4-Grade 5: Students, parents and faculty/staff are invited to the Upper Campus gym to hear Dr. Jacobsen and Head Prefect Jaden Ward set the tone for the 2021-2022 school year, the School’s 50th.

Save These Dates

Friday, August 27: All-School BBQ at the 1st Varsity Football Home Game
Join our entire community to kick off the football season with a BBQ tailgate and special gathering spots for new families, grandparents, and alumni.

Friday, September 10: Rock the Block Parent Social
The School’s 5th Rock the Block evening social will be hosted on campus for the first time as we celebrate our parents, grandparents, special guests, and alumni during our 50th year. More details coming soon.

Important Preschool Contacts
Terence (TJ) Sanders, Preschool Executive Assistant | x2303
Angie Bush, Lower Campus Head of Learning and Innovation l x2012
Elisse Hayes, Lower Campus Head of Community and Culture | x2022
Samantha Flowers, Director of Academic Resources l x2007
Anna Stoller, Lower Campus School Nurse | x2010
Stephanie Corbett, Lower Campus Counselor | x2021

Ask your child to share some of their favorite moments from their first week of school with you. We encourage you to ask open-ended questions and use prompts such as, “tell me more…”

All good things,

Caroline Diaz
Director of Preschool | x2329

Shelley Searcy
Head of Lower Campus | x2001

August 8, 2021

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August 8, 2021

Dear Preschool Mustangs,

Welcome to the 2021-22 school year! We are back and excited to begin this school year looking and feeling like the Mount Vernon that we all know and love.

At Mount Vernon, we start with questions, and we know you have many as a new year is upon us. We hope you all took advantage of the opportunity to share a little bit about your child and your family with your new teachers through our Preschool Parent-Share Conferences last Friday. Also, please make sure to attend Orientation on Monday, August 9. As a reminder, please review the School’s COVID Protocols & Mitigation Strategies released last week. We look forward to welcoming you and your little ones back on campus to meet your teachers, explore new rooms, and reunite with friends.

WEEK OF AUGUST 9-13

Monday, August 9
PK2 and PK3 Orientation 9:00-10:00 am in the Sanctuary Building
PK4 Orientation 10:30-11:30 am in the Education Building
PK5 Orientation 10:30-11:30 am in the Sanctuary Building

Tuesday, August 10
First Day of School
Preschool Tears and Cheers Coffee 8:00-10:00 am

Friday, August 13
Spirit Day

Carpool
Preschool morning carpool begins at 7:30 am and the school day starts at 8:00 am. Students will be released at 3:00 for afternoon carpool. While there will be assistance during both morning and afternoon carpools, please take a moment to review and become familiar with carpool details for PK2-PK5.

Save the Date
Monday, August 16: Vaccine Clinic for 12+
Providing an additional layer of protection within the MV community, the School will offer a vaccine clinic free of charge for students who are 12 years old, faculty, parents, and grandparents. More details will be shared later this week regarding times, process, and required forms.

Coming Up
Did you know that Mount Vernon is turning 50 this year? From a Preschooler’s perspective, that is really old! We will be doing a lot to celebrate the School’s birthday, so be on the lookout for fun celebrations coming your way.

Our teachers have been working hard this summer to plan an engaging first week of school for your little ones. We will focus on relationship and community building to build your student’s confidence and excitement about returning to the School. The Preschool leadership team facilitated robust training this past week to further equip our teachers with the latest research about student development, neuroscience, competency-based learning, and creating a culture of belonging. Meet our newest Preschool faculty.

Important Preschool Contacts
Terence (TJ) Sanders, Preschool Executive Assistant | x2303
Angie Bush, Lower Campus Head of Learning and Innovation l x2012
Elisse Hayes, Lower Campus Head of Community and Culture | x2022
Samantha Flowers, Director of Academic Resources l x2007
Anna Stoller, Lower Campus School Nurse | x2010
Stephanie Corbett, Lower Campus Counselor | x2021

We can’t wait to see familiar faces and welcome new ones.

All good things,

Caroline Diaz
Director of Preschool | x2329

Shelley Searcy
Head of Lower Campus | x2001

Divisional Updates

Preschool Updates
Lower School Updates
Middle School Updates
Upper School Updates

 

COVID Contact Information

COVID Information Line: 678.515.4891
COVID Information Email:
[email protected]
COVID eFax Line: 404.591.1441

 

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