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Sayre fourth graders work hard planning and developing their Interactive Underground Railroad Museum after a two month long study.
"Alana's piece encompasses the uniqueness of different countries, and the importance of establishing connections between cities all over the world. We are proud to have her piece represent Lexington at the International Competition in Virginia Beach," said Lexington Sister Cities Assistant Director Sarah Martin.
Hanae's essay is a sobering, heartfelt personal narrative by a biracial immigrant student who sees America divided and angry. While the essay examines the effects of the volatile election environment, it also offers hope in perseverance and steadfastness.
Memorial Service is at the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd on Friday, January 13 at 3:00 p.m. with reception to follow in Sayre's Buttery. Overflow parking for the reception at Carrick House on 3rd Street, Sts. Peter and Paul parking lot on Pleasant Stone Street, and behind Central Christian Church - parking entrance on Martin Luther King or Corral Street.
Continuing their tradition of excellence, the Sayre delegation received many individual awards and recognition!
Gaining knowledge about photography gives Kate Christensen insight on capturing the perfect shot.
Your gifts have made such a positive difference for our students.
Students learn the importance of mussels in the ecosystem in addition to recording mussel information and tagging them.
Kennedy Sabharwal's Project Redlight offers books to children during their hospital stay.
On October 6, 2016, the Upper School officially dedicated its building to Lucy Bryans VanMeter '79. Laurance B. VanMeter, his sons John Thomas and Browning participated in the ceremony.
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