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10/28/19 B week

Student Affairs



Seniors: costumes

Juniors: black and orange

Sophomores: black

Freshpeople: orange

Morning meeting→ Senior Fashion Show

Conference→ Tug o’ war


Seniors: Middle Ages

Juniors: Victorian

Sophomores: Future

Freshpeople: Stone Age

Teachers: Modern (teenagers)

Class Meeting→ “Minute to Win It”

“Donuts on a String”

“Jellybeans in Whipped Cream”

Tissue Box and Ping-pong Balls”


Seniors: Science

Juniors: Arts

Sophomores: Language

Be mindful of cultural appropriation

Freshpeople: English

Teachers: Math

PLC→ “Cosmic Bowl”


Seniors: Hawaii

Juniors: California

Sophomores: Texas

Freshpeople: New York

Teachers: Wisconsin

Pub/break→ “Lip Sync Battle”

Class meeting during Conference (8:15 - 9:30 am)


Seniors: Spotify

Juniors: Tik Tok

Sophomores: VSCO

Freshpeople: Door Dash

Teachers: Quizlet

Last 15 minutes of Committees→ “Dance Battle”


Hi! This is just a reminder to fill out the survey that we sent out on Friday. For new members of our community, Star is the winter concert that the entire high school participates in, whether you are part of the music program or not. Thank you so much!

Track Throwers

Winter and Spring Track would just like to put it out there that there is a group called Throwers. This encompasses shot put, javelin, and discus. Winter track holds shot put practice and spring track holds all three. To join, enter in track and on the first day find either Eileen Cohn or Julie Soldat and we guide you to throwing! It is a super niche group and it's tons of fun. If you want to get jacked, throwing is for you. See you soon!


Hello! Kent Place Chorale is having the cabaret again this year! For those of you who don't know what it is, it is a fundraising event that raises money for the choral global trip scholarship fund. During the Cabaret, parents and students are served little pastries and tea while members of Chorale perform songs that they prepared! We will have great music for example, Somewhere Over the Rainbow. It will be on Friday, November 8th at 7-8 pm in the Field House. For RSVP, admission for students is $10, the admission for parents and adults is $50, and Faculty and Staff give 50% off, so the admission for you is $25! Please RSVP by November 1st, so by this Friday, since we need to know how many tables and food we need. Later, we will send the RSVP form though email. Thank you!

Ms. Murphy

Maurice is coming for the 9th graders on Friday, November 15 from 5:30 - 7:30. Dinner and dessert will be served. An RSVP will be sent out this week.

DEI Alliance

The DEI Alliance will be having an introductory meeting today in the Great Room at 10:30 (Conference). This meeting is really for freshmen and new students! We are going to be explaining what this alliance is and each of our individual clubs! We hope to see you there!

Elizabeth Laurence

Hi JCS is going to have a meeting on Thursday and we will be discussing anti-vax culture.

India Fest

A big thanks to everyone who came to India Fest! We really appreciate your support! Also, shout out to everyone who helped us set up and clean up!


Thank you so much for your participation in last week's LGBT+ History Month assembly! We really appreciate your thoughtful comments and questions, and we hope you learned something new and enjoyed the assembly. If you would like to further discuss questions and takeaways from the assembly, please join us on Tuesday 10/29 in Dr. Schwartz's room from 1:00-1:30 (bring your lunch).

Caroline Johnson

Every day throughout the month of November I will be posting a different challenge which promotes sustainability on my instagram @the.sustainability.challenge . I will be sending out a google sheet to the Upper School so that you can check off every day that you participate. If you have every day checked, you can come to a breakfast that I'll provide. Please participate, the challenges are insanely easy, they provide a learning experience and you'll be helping me get my Girl Scout Gold Award! Thanks!


Last LGBTQ+ History Month Announcement and Thank you for Assembly:"Since LGBT history is ever-evolving, we thought it was important to present some recent history for the community today. Many of you might remember the day in June, 2015, when the Supreme Court passed marriage equality in all 50 states.The case that prompted this landmark decision was Obergefell v. Hodges. Obergefell-- or the petioners-- were 14 same-sex couples, who were suing their repective Federal District Courts for discrimination. In a 5-4 decision, the court ruled in favor of Obergefell and asserted that the fundamental liberties under the Fourteenth Amendment applied to the right to marry. This decision made marriage equality possible throughout America. While LGBTQ+ history consists of a lot more than marriage equality, it was a very important step in the LGBTQ+ rights movement that can’t be overlooked."

Engineering Club

Hi Everyone, Engineering Club will be having a meeting on Thursday October 31st, Halloween! In the theme of Halloween, we will be having a challenge for who can build the tallest structure that can balance a pumpkin! We will be in the Innovation Lab (Room 118) and we will have food!!!!

Nina and Margot

The Class of 2021 asks the Upper School to wear purple or blue (blue jeans are allowed!) in support of suicide prevention this Wednesday (10/30).

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