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Featuring Strong Veterans, Talented Newcomers, Stuart Cross Country Maintains Winning Ways

Town Topics: October 11, 2017

With talented frontrunner Casey Nelson graduating this past spring, the Stuart Country Day School cross country team figured to take a step back. But featuring a mix of battle-tested veterans and talented newcomers, Stuart has continued to make strides. "I am very pleased with the group," said Stuart head coach Len Klepack, whose squad has won 22 straight dual meets with its last defeat coming against Lawrenceville in 2014. "Casey was terrific last year but she didn't have all the support. I think we are a little deeper this year. Our team has been jelling."
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With Defender Hannah Seeing the Big Picture, Stuart Field Hockey Gets on Winning Track

Town Topics, September 27, 2017

CENTER STAGE: Stuart Country Day School field hockey player Ali Hannah sends the ball up the field in a game earlier this season. Last Thursday senior center back Hannah scored a goal to help Stuart defeat Mount St. Mary 2-0. The Tartans, who improved to 3-2-1 with the victory, are slated to host Lawrence on September 29 and WW/P-North on October 2. (Photo by Frank Wojciechowski).

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Town Topics: More and More Girls Head Toward Science Projects as STEM Educational Opportunities Increase in Area

Town Topics, September 27, 2017

As a young girl, Katherine Johnson loved to count. "I counted everything," recalls the 99-year-old former NASA mathematician, whose remarkable story was prominently featured in the 2016 movie Hidden Figures. "I counted steps to the road, the steps up the church, the number of dishes and silverware I washed — anything that could be counted, I did."

Along with Dorothy Vaughan and Mary Jackson, Johnson made exceptional contributions to the NASA space program, starting in the 1950s. The fact that all three women were African American made the challenges they faced in a male-dominated profession even more daunting.

Telling a story through science: Stuart Country Day School makes STEM camp special for students

Princeton Packet, July 20, 2017

At a point in the morning one day last week when she could have been anywhere, Rosheeta Shah was one hour into a full day of learning at Stuart Country Day School. Being there from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. did not feel like attending school, said a self-described lover of science during a break from trying to design a roller coaster with tape, ice pop sticks, tooth picks and insulation foam.

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