Lower and middle school boys celebrated Dot Day, which honors Peter Reynolds’ famous book “The Dot.” The Dot tells the story of a caring teacher who encourages a doubting student to trust in their abilities and “make their mark.” Several fun mark-making activities and readings were planned by our own caring teachers Pam Spremulli, Elaine Mersol, and Rob Lovell. @spremulliartlab
Sixth grade boys enjoyed a trip to Camp Nuhop in Perrysville, OH this week. The 3-day trip provided a unique opportunity for the boys to bond, build confidence, and gain independence. The boys enjoyed a high ropes course, hiking, canoeing, and team-building activities.
Boys in grades Jr.K-8 and their families celebrated the return of school at Circus on the Circle last Friday which was organized by the University School Parents Association.
Seniors and boys in grades Jr.K-2 met their buddies yesterday to get acquainted, work on some arts & crafts, and read a book together. Each boy is assigned a buddy in the fall who they will see a few times throughout the year for a variety of fun activities.
Interim Headmaster Patrick Gallagher invited the new Kindergarten classes to his office for story time yesterday! Together they read Rulers of the Playground.