about Tower Tots: Free Parent & Toddler Workshop | March 1
March 1, 2018, 9:00-10:00am
Our small-group, parent and toddler workshops are teacher-led, interactive and fun! Spanish teachers, Jaclyne Ainlay and Anna Walcutt will invite attendees to join in a celebration of Spanish language and culture. Children at all levels of familiarity with Spanish language will enjoy this event.
We hope that you and your 2-3 year old will join us. Be sure to register, as space is limited. Contact Reagan Kenwell at firstname.lastname@example.org
about Register Today for Summer Camp!
Artists, athletes, foodies, techies, teachers and camp-loving college students form our dynamic team of camp counselors. Together, we've created six memorable weeks of summer fun, unique experiences and opportunities for campers ages 3-16 to create lasting memories.
To view a detailed description of each of our camp offerings for the summer, visit https://www.towerschool.org/summer
about Carbon Offsetting through a Costa Rican Rainforest.
The Hintlian family generously donated 7 hectares of newly-planted Costa Rican rainforest to Tower through the organization Reforest The Tropics. The forest is planted on the site of a former sugar cane field and is now home to native hardwoods and various shade-tolerant species. As the trees mature, they will help to offset Tower School's carbon production.
To read about the unique educational opportunities that this forward-thinking gift may provide for our students, please visit our Sustainability page at towerschool.org/sustainability.
about Tower School | an Honoree at My Brother's Table Founders' Celebration
Tower School will be recognized as a 2018 Honoree at the 6th annual My Brother's Table Founders' Celebration on Wednesday, March 7. The reception, held at Shirat Hayam, honors the Table's founders, their legacy, as well as some of the special supporters who have helped the Table to thrive over the years. It is an honor to be recognized by an institution that offers such unconditional service to the greater North Shore Community.
about High Honor Roll & Honor Roll, Trimester 1
We are delighted to celebrate the academic achievements of our 7th and 8th grade students.
HIGH HONOR ROLL Alex Amaral, Cate Anderson, Errol Apostolopoulos, Drew Botta, Bradley Byrne, Harrison Curtis, Avery DePiero, Owen Doherty, Paul Flacke, Reid Hamilton, Patrick Jenkins, Katie Kara'a, Caden Krauter, Karlyn Mazow, Madeline McCormick, Elsa McKernan, Autumn Morant, Alex Nassar, Zach Nassar...
about Tower Tots: Parent & Toddler Workshop | February 1
February 1, 2018 | 9:00-10:00 am
Join Director of the Arts, Fred Shepard, and 7th grade students for "A Musical Medley." Toddlers will enjoy lively stories, finger plays, music and movement.
The hour-long workshop is the fourth in our 2017-18 series. If you would like to join us on February 1, please email Reagan Kenwell to reserve your spot.
Younger siblings are welcome to attend; kindly let us know with your RSVP.
about Tuition Assistance Conversation | Call to Arrange for a Personal Conversation
Tower awards approximately $1.8 million annually in tuition assistance, helping to make a Tower education a reality for families across a wide economic range. For information on average grants per family, the application process, and our tuition payment options, visit us at towerschool.org/admission/financial-facts.
To set up a personal conversation, please contact Dean Sidell, Associate Head of School, CFO at email@example.com
about Sixth Grade Shoe Drive for Soles4Souls
Tower's sixth grade service class is hosting a gently-used shoe drive for an organization called Soles4Souls. Soles4Souls collects shoes for people in need around the world. Our sixth graders would be grateful for donations of shoes of any size or style that you or your children no longer need. Collection boxes are located inside Tower's Main entrance on West Shore Drive.
All donated shoes will be cleaned, sorted by size and shipped to Soles4Souls on February 28.
about Tower's Campus Expansion Project
"When Tim Delehaunty walked into Tower School as the new Head of School last summer, he walked into the middle of a campus expansion project that was several years in the making and now fully underway."
Read the full Marblehead Reporter article, posted on their website.