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  • Dress Down Days: Charities Announced!
    On behalf of the EDS Student Council, I am pleased to announce that after a very deliberate, thoughtful, and democratic process, the Student Council members selected the following charities to receive donations from the four Student Council dress down days for the 2016-17 school year. Camp Lakeside,...
  • EDS Garden After-School Initiative
    The new After School Garden Initiative is off to a great start, as students planted seeds last Friday at the Walton Way Campus. On Friday 9/30 we will make our first trip out to FWC to get these seedlings in the ground! This is an additional after school offering where students must be signed up in ...
  • 1st Grade Apple Day
    Every year at the end of September the first grade classes celebrate Johnny Appleseed’s birthday. We spent last Friday morning reading apple books and poems, doing apple crafts, measuring the weight and height of apples, and tasting different types of apples. We even decorated pot hats so that...
  • Administrative Team and Department Coordinators Attend an Accreditation Workshop
    The Administrative Team and the Department Coordinators spent three hours in an accreditation workshop with SAIS Vice President Damian Kavanagh, preparing to begin a  reaccreditation process that will culminate in a peer visit in March of 2017.  ...
  • Out With The Old And In With the New
    Fourth graders removed the remnants of summer crops from the Flowing Wells campus gardens and replanted lettuce, kale, collards, and petunias. They enjoyed watching the heavy equipment rumble in the background as old structures were removed for construction of the Jackson Cross Country Track. Click ...
  • 3rd Grade Planting Seeds For The Flowing Wells Campus
    The 3rd graders have been busy creating pots to be used for planting seeds.  The students put their metrics measuring skills to work by cutting 10cm X 30cm strips of newspaper.  These strips were then rolled onto wooden forms to create a cylinder.  Then the bottom edge was folded and pressed  to cre...
  • Demolition and Site Work Begins On The Flowing Wells Campus
    In conjunction with the preparation of the Jackson Cross Country Course and Trails themselves, demolition and site work has been underway on the Flowing Wells Campus over the last two weeks to prepare the campus for a greater number of public events. A number of existing structures including an in-g...
  • Could You Park an Ark at EDS?
    Every year in religion class the fourth graders, as part of their study of the Old Testament, undertake to measure the EDS campus to discover whether Noah’s Ark, built to biblical proportions, would fit. The book of Genesis tells us that the ark was 300 cubits in length, 50 cubits in width, and 30 c...
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