Marblehead Conservancy and Tower Celebrate 10 years of work

– from the Marblehead Conservancy Newsletter –

May of 2018 will mark a ten-year milestone for the Conservancy's work with the Tower School. We extend thanks to the school for the opportunity to give guidance to students on working with our natural resources and to the teachers, administrators, volunteers and parents for all their support.

The first student work project involved the entire sixth grade in May 2008. Equipped with cameras and...

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Welcome Wednesdays  | December 6

December 6, 2017 at 8:00am

Welcome Wednesdays are monthly opportunities for visitors to stop in and experience the excitement of a Lower School Assembly, step into classrooms, and speak with parents and students about their experiences at Tower.

Welcome Wednesdays are casual events; appointments are not necessary, but they do help us prepare. To RSVP, please email reagan.kenwell@towerschool.org.

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Tower School at Marblehead's Christmas Walk

We had a busy weekend in Marblehead. Tower helped to sponsor Saturday's entertainment at Santa's Landing—an exciting event for families in and around Marblehead! Later, Tower student spread joy by caroling along Washington Street. Tower parents, students and administrators joined the parade—and our entire Board of Trustees came to cheer for the students, and finally, our lower school students' entry in the Gingerbread Festival created smiles across town all weekend long.

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Tower Tots: Parent & Toddler Workshop  |  December 7

| 9:00-10:00 am

Join P.E. teacher, Chris Field, and grade 2 teacher, Sara Field for "The Winter Season," a discovery of winter from the animals' perspective. We'll get ready for hibernation by gathering, building, jumping and running!

The hour-long workshop is the third in our 2017-18 series. If you would like to join us on December 7, or to inquire about upcoming events, please email Reagan Kenwell to reserve your spot.

Younger siblings are welcome to attend; kindly let us know with your RSVP.

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Grandparents & Special Friends Day

December 15, 2017, 8:30-11:00 am

We invite grandparents and special friends to join us for a morning reception in the Performing Arts Center, followed by a special opportunity to visit children in their classrooms. The day concludes with our festive Winter Concert—featuring the choral and instrumental talents of the students. Grandparents and special friends will join family members in the Lynch Gymnasium for the concert at 11:00 am.

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Student vs Faculty Soccer Game

Tower's fall athletic season culminated in the traditional student vs faculty soccer game. Each side approached the field, anticipating victory in this high-stakes game, while Tower fans did their best to influence the outcome from the sidelines. "Victory," whether counted in goals or laughs, it seems, was achieved.

See our Facebook post for photos of the fun.

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Annual Fund Week

Annual Fund Week begins November 13, 2017

Tower relies on several sources of income, not just tuition, to cover the annual operating budget. Money raised through the Annual Fund is used for the school's current operating budget and covers the difference between total tuition revenue and what it costs to completely run the school. Your tax deductible gift to the Annual Fund strengthens the entire Tower experience for all students.

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Curriculum Showcase & Open Classrooms Event

November 15, 2017, 8:30-10:30 am

Join us at 8:30 am, for a 25-minute presentation by students in grade 8, detailing a hands-on science and math project conducted in Salem Harbor. From 9:00-10:30 am, prospective families are invited to visit classrooms in-session, engage in conversation with students, parents and administrators to learn more about Tower's curriculum.

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My four years at Tower started my love for learning and being a student. Tower gave me the foundation I needed for high school and later for college. The teachers at Tower pushed me to be responsible and hardworking, but also offered as much help as I needed when I was struggling. However, the best part of Tower for me is the tight-knit Tower community. I will forever be thankful to Tower for introducing me to some of my closest and best friends. Ali McEachern,’10, Boston University Class of ’18 and Student Manager of Men’s Ice Hockey
Ali McEachern '10
Tower was, and remains, a special place for us and so many others. Our time spent there has left an indelible mark in our hearts. We see many fine qualities in our children that were honored, nurtured, encouraged and set free at Tower. I'll always remember having a conversation with a teacher about how she would help "harness the energy, without crushing the spirit" of our then young kindergarten son, providing him with a special tool to add to his lifelong toolkit. We have a keen understanding of the role Tower School played in lending guidance to our children during their first ten years of school. It certainly has made a difference. Deb and Scott Beatty, Parents of Grace ’13 and Tucker ’12
Scott Beatty, Parent of Alums
'Love of Learning' was expressed in Tower's literature, but it wasn’t until we observed several classes that we understood how Tower's teachers make this happen! The enthusiasm, excitement and interest on the students' faces; the creative teaching methods; the connection between students and their teachers – all combined to make the Tower decision, for our daughter, an easy one. Andrea and Don Souter, parents of Anna ’17
Our son came to Tower in 7th grade. It was a smooth transition–not only was it welcoming as a parent, it was welcoming as a student. We found the academics engaging and challenging. The time Tower spends on study skills, self-advocacy skills and confidence has been remarkable for our son! Justin and Andrea Dean, parents of Justin ’17 and Matthew ’19
Tower played a significant role in my early education. My teachers were extremely dedicated to the pursuit of learning, and instilled in me an insatiable appetite for knowledge, the ability to reason, and the responsibility to apply my education to good citizenship. The friendships I formed with classmates are among my closest friendships today. Tower fosters individual growth, by encouraging each student to share and celebrate their strengths, and to learn from others on how to improve on certain weaknesses. I wanted my daughter to receive the same foundation for her education, in Tower's warm, supportive community that will instill in her a lifelong love for learning. Daphne Ramos,’88 and current parent ’24
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