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June 18th, 2021
Class of 2021 Reflections!
On Friday, June 11, 2021, twenty-four students graduated from St. Anne’s Episcopal School. Families, faculty, and staff gathered in front of the red doors to celebrate the Class of 2021.
Shared below are the reflections written by each graduate about their fondest memories and life lessons learned during their time at St. Anne’s. We wish the Class of 2021 much success in the years to come! #HeronProud
Field Day 2021 Highlights
The word we would use to summarize Field Day 2021 would be ... WET! The herons had a blast playing all the events including the dunk tank, water balloon pop, sack races, and more! See the highlights below.
To view all the 2,000 plus pictures taken that day use the link below to access the field day and hymn sing gallery!
Spotlight: The Week in Mrs. Bennett's Class
5th grade Boat Building Challenge math fun!
6th grade math coordinate grid battle ship!
Thank you for your outpouring of support for student learning on Giving Day, and throughout the 2020-21 school year. We received 107 Giving Day gifts, and raised over $18,500. Wow!
Congratulations to Ms. Swift’s Class (PK), Ms. Kalloo’s Class (K), Mrs. Kaminski’s Class (Gr.3), Mrs. Ovadje’s Class (Gr4), Ms. Shpak’s Class (Gr.6), and both Mr. Ferretti and Mr. Widener’s Classes (Gr.7). We are #Heronproud of your high participation rate in The Heron Fund! We will be in touch with you as we schedule your class or grade pizza party with Mr. Davis.
There is still time for you to make a gift in support of your student’s class!
text: saesgiving to 76278
By Mail: postmarked by June 30th
Thank you for your support, and enjoy your summer!
Summer Family Literacy
Throughout June and July there will be various resources posted on the summer page of our website, including suggested activities, family discussion questions, and journal response questions to go with the chapters and themes of the book. Students should have completed activities for chapters 1-10.
Activities for chapters 11-20 are available now!
3rd Graders Explore Liquid Nitrogen
Mr. Masi, the father of Dominic, shared his chemistry knowledge with third graders with some fun experiments. He used liquid nitrogen to freeze roses and the children were able to crush the brittle petals and let them thaw in their hands. He also used liquid nitrogen to shrink helium balloons and make ice cream!
The Peace Garden Project Needs Your Help!
Watch the video below for a special ask from our 2nd grade class.
Help Wanted: Bus/ Van Drivers!
St. Anne’s Episcopal School, Middletown, DE is looking for part time School Bus and Van Drivers! If you are looking for a part time position, 15-24 hours per week, no nights, weekends or holidays, late mornings and early afternoons free, and Summers off, this is the perfect position!
Job Title: School Bus/School Van Driver
Reports to : Business Office
FLSA Status :Non-Exempt-Seasonal Hourly
Purpose: The School Bus Driver performs driving duties for the school in accordance with the laws and regulations of the state and the policies and procedures of the school.
Schedule: Approximately 15-24 hours per week while school is in session. Must be available 6am-8am and 2:45pm-5:30 pm.
For more details and information on how to apply visit our employment page using the link below!
Have a Great Summer!
For information regarding masks, testing centers, thanksgiving week Extension,
St. Anne's Mom Group, Bill Brownlee Tribute, etc. check out PAst weeks heron in The Heron Archive.
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