The JK girls took the stage in Millie's Garden on Wednesday morning with their very own "Shape Show." In front of their peers, parents, and guests, the girls educated the audience with their knowledge of 2D shapes. The show included original artwork made of various shapes, which the girls described in detail. Painted mobiles made out of paper, foam-board, toothpicks, and clay, were hung from the ceiling. Each student held a prop with photos of objects taken around the Stuart Campus.
This Month at Stuart
Stuart girls were honored to meet on Monday with Priyanka Sinha, Stuart Class of 2000, a reformer and change maker who has spent 15 years at the frontier of public innovation across Africa, South America, South Asia, the Middle East and North Africa. Priyanka has dedicated her career to a wide range of issues from food security, health, education, access to finance, fintech, unemployment, skills development, and entrepreneurship development. She has experience shaping policy, leading multi-party negotiations, and shaping strategy for heads of state to senior leaders of government, multilateral organizations, private companies, NGOs, and foundations.
Congratulations to the entire cast and crew of the eighth grade musical, Shrek, Jr. on a great performance Friday! Every character was terrific, from Shrek and Princess Fiona to Donkey and the Three Little Pigs. The was hilarious and heartfelt for audiences young and old. The reviews are in and it's unanimous, the show was spectacular!
We're pleased to announce that one of our first college acceptances is also an athletic commitment. Congratulations to senior Ali Hannah who will play field hockey at Rider University next fall! At a signing ceremony on November 7, Director of Athletics Justin Leith said, "Ali has been an outstanding player in both field hockey and lacrosse for Stuart and we're excited to see her take her skills to the Division 1 level. Way to go Ali!"