Our girls and boys athletes designed special team uniforms as part of a twice-annual breast cancer awareness campaign from the athletics department. Last week, Tower's lacrosse teams welcomed athletes from Brookwood or back-to back games.
COMING FEBRUARY 26, 2019!
Rachel Simmons is the author of Enough As She Is: How to Help Girls Move Beyond Impossible Standards of Success to Live Healthy, Happy and Fulfilling Lives, and the New York Times bestsellers Odd Girl Out and The Curse of the Good Girl. As an educator, Rachel teaches girls and women skills to build their resilience, amplify their voices, and own their courage so that they—and their relationships—live with integrity and health.
Musician Keith Witty spent a week at Tower working with students in every grade to compose original music as a score to children's book, Du Iz Tak? On Friday, Mr. Witty and the students performed during an afternoon assembly for all parents and students.
Join us at our May 10 Curriculum Showcase and Open Classrooms Event for grades Pre-K through Grade 8.
8:30-9:00 am: We'll meet in the library for a conversation with Tower's academic leaders, Liz Buchan and Ryan Buckley. They'll discuss Tower's engaging and balanced curriculum and the academic strengths that our students develop as a result.
9:00-10:30 am: Visitors are invited to tour the school with Tower parents, sit in on classes and meet our school administrators.
RSVPs are not required, although they do help us prepare for your visit. To let us know of your plans to attend, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
T2 High Honor Roll 2017 2018
Alex Amaral, Cate Anderson, Errol Apostolopoulos, Drew Botta, Bradley Byrne, Harrison Curtis, Avery DePiero, Paul Flacke, Reid Hamilton, Katie Kara'a, Karlyn Mazow, Madeline McCormick, Elsa McKernan, Autumn Morant, Alex Nassar, Zach Nassar, Maya Robie, Elizabeth Savage, Lilly Schaeffer, Mia Shapoval, Natalie Suhr, Allie Vasserman, Aidan Wyse
T2 Honor Roll 2017-2018
Grace Arnold, Colin Berg, Kendall Brant, Paloma Carter, Owen Doherty, Jake Doren, Francesca D'Orio, Isabelle Ferrante, Will Grinnell, Patrick Jenkins, Ben Kahn, Caden Krauter, Gigi Lombardi, Joachim Margetson, Camila Marte, Alexander McCullough, Lilly O'Meara, Chase Stafford
Our eighth graders confirmed their plans for secondary schools and local high schools. Please join us in congratulating them on their choices.
Alex Amaral, Bishop Fenwick; Cate Anderson, Milton; Drew Botta, Pingree; Kendall Brant, Tilton School; Owen Doherty, Marblehead High School; Jacob Doren, Bishop Fenwick; Francesca D'Orio, Holderness; Paul Flacke, Swampscott High School; William Grinnell, Pingree; Liam Jenkins, Newman School; Patrick Jenkins, Newman School; Ben Kahn, Marblehead High School; Katie Kara'a, Boston University Academy; Gigi Lombardi, Marblehead High School; Nick Lopez, St. John's Prep; Joachim Margetson, St. John's Prep; Camilla Marte, Academy at Penguin Hall; Karlyn Mazow, Pingree; Ashley Mehlman, Marblehead High School; Alex Nassar, St. John's Prep; Zach Nassar, St. John's Prep; Lilly O'Meara, Pingree; Mia Shapoval, Boston University Academy; Chase Stafford, Pingree; Aidan Wyse, Swampscott High School
Spring trimester tours are available for grades Pre-K–8. Call to arrange for a personal tour with our Admission Director, Reagan Kenwell.
Please join us in congratulating our eighth grade students on their wonderful choices of secondary schools.
Academy at Penguin Hall, Belmont Hill School, Bishop Fenwick, Brewster, BU Academy, Commonwealth, Holderness, Lynn Classical High, Marblehead High, Milton, Newman School, Northfield Mount Hermon, Peabody High, Pingree, St. John's Prep, St. Mary's School, Stevenson School, Swampscott High, Tabor, Tilton, Waring
First Grade teachers, Sarah Clark and Susie Schneider have been invited to present at next month's Joint Spring Conference of New Hampshire Teachers of Mathematics and Science Teachers' Association. They will present their study of penguins, which is a project-based learning unit involving several species of penguins, plus important data collection and analysis.
Susie and Sarah will demonstrate the project, beginning with the challenge for first graders: Design and collaboratively build a penguin model that mimics the group's assigned penguin species' physical characteristics and behavior, including the ability to float like a penguin.
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