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Have you heard the news? The fourth grade girls' presentation entitled "Remember the Ladies" gave Hamilton a run for its money. The presentation consisted of songs and "salons" in which the girls presented their research of the American Revolution from the perspective of African, European and Native Americans. The girls shared the complexity of the times and many of the events key to the time. We challenge you to "Remember the Ladies" during March, which is Women's History Month and come back from Spring Break ready for Women We Admire Day!

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The Lower School girls in grades JK-4 were taken by surprise on Thursday morning during assembly when Mrs. Dowling had them spell out C-O-N-G-E! Everyone boarded busses and headed out for their annual surprise field trip—a Sacred Heart tradition. The girls spent the day in Philadelphia at the Franklin Institute where they enjoyed hands on activities at Robot Revolution, Jurassic World, and the rest of the amazing museum! Photos from the Congé announcement and the day at the museum are in the gallery.

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Over spring break, the Tartantones competed in Festival Disney, a national competition at Walt Disney World in Florida. The Tartantones earned a Superior rating and "Best in Class" among all women's choirs in the festival. The Tartantones continued their winning streak, taking the silver trophy for 2nd place overall in the choir category. The students celebrated by enjoying time in all four Disney parks. Congratulations to the Tartantones for their incredible performance!

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Have you heard the news? The fourth grade girls' presentation entitled "Remember the Ladies" gave Hamilton a run for its money. The presentation consisted of songs and "salons" in which the girls presented their research of the American Revolution from the perspective of African, European and Native Americans. The girls shared the complexity of the times and many of the events key to the time. We challenge you to "Remember the Ladies" during March, which is Women's History Month and come back from Spring Break ready for Women We Admire Day!

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The eighth grade students have been engaged in passionate and thoughtful debates this past week on challenging and relevant topics such as WikiLeaks, gun control and whether employers and colleges have the right to access an applicant's social media accounts. Working collaboratively in teams, they scoured multiple sources, took copious notes, wrote summaries, formulated compelling arguments, and rehearsed their speeches to prepare for this annual event. The girls performed with confidence, poise and thoughtful analysis. Congratulations to all of them!

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