It was an outstanding day for Stuart runners on Saturday at the Carnegie Center 5K supporting The Parkinson Alliance. Starting with eighth grader Charlotte Bednar who, as a 13-year-old, was the first woman to cross the finish line and came in 6th place overall with an incredible time of 19:14! Click through for more and to watch Charlotte cross the finish line.
This Month at Stuart
On Friday more than 20 students from Lower School through twelfth grade presented personal stories about their experiences with the Sacred Heart Goals and why the Goals are so important to our school. The students shared about service trips around the country, interpersonal experiences in the classroom and beyond and reminded the rest of the students and faculty why we treasure our Sacred Heart roots. The assembly ended with the fourth grade students singing "This School is Your School," a meaningful Stuart adaptation of Woodie Guthrie's "This Land is Your Land." Click through to watch the video.
On Friday, the fourth grade class learned that they will be performing The Lion King KIDS as the Fourth Grade Musical this year! As you can see, they're very excited! We can't wait to start on this adventure with your girls. Mark your calendars for the Fourth Grade Musical, Saturday, May 5 at 2:00 PM in Cor Unum. Click through to see a video of the announcement.
In seventh grade science, students are testing their ability to use the scientific method and experimentation by attempting to answer the following question: What food do Madagascar hissing cockroaches prefer? The students presented roaches with three different foods in a "roach arena" while students log how much time each insect spends with each type of food: dog food, orange and chocolate. Click through for more.
by Tanya Grover '18
The Social Committee planned the recent dance, themed the "Glow Dance". This dance took place in the Dining Room; this area filled with tables and chairs on the daily was transformed to a glow in the dark party floor with lights coming from the DJ.