Congratulations to four Stuart Varsity Lacrosse Team members who were recognized by the Trentonian for their outstanding performance this season. Ali Hannah '18 was named to the All Prep 1st Team and led all prep players with an impressive 80 goals this season! On the All Prep 2nd Team were midfielder Caitlyn Delaney '17, defender Izy Engel '17 and midfielder Grace Sheppard '19. Additionally, Ali Hannah was named to the Trenton Times All Prep Team. Congratulations to our amazing athletes!
The entire Lower School completed their second annual Jump Rope For Heart event during the last full week of school. The students raised money for the American Heart Association and then went to work to make their own hearts stronger and healthier. Every student participated in jumping rope, rope traveling, group jumps, hula hooping, and an obstacle course. As an entire school, the girls worked together to jump for 30 minutes straight! What a great start to a healthy and active summer! Click through for photos and videos from Jump Rope for Heart.
The sixth grade girls were treated to a special lesson on the final P.E. class of the year as classmate Sydney Amato took the lead. Sydney has been working hard on her hula hoop routine at Circus Place and shared her latest dance with the class. She then asked every girl (and teacher) to grab a hula hoop and give it a try! She taught the class knee hooping, elbow hooping, the weave, and the elevator trick. Everyone was in awe of how difficult these stunts were. Thank you to Sydney for a great end of the year PE class! Click through for photos from the class.
Princeton Packet, June 9, 2017
Stuart Country Day School's Track and Field team had a record-breaking performance at the state Prep B Track and Field Championship Meet, which was held on at Newark Academy. Junior Michelle Kwafo from Ewing led the team with 36 points, setting a school record for the most points scored by one athlete at a track and field competition. Read the full story from the Princeton Packet >>