THE ESD EXPERIENCE: Hear from Students
This blog is written by our students. We think they are top notch! Here they share the ESD Experience in their own words.
ADDITIONAL EAGLE BLOGS:
Faculty Author: Mr. Eason, Director of Outdoor Education
I came across this gem while preparing slides for our third Hallmark session 'Strong Sense of Community'. This image is from Page 1 in Carillon, our first senior yearbook in 1980. This picture is a testament to our school being founded on the hallmark of being an inclusive and welcoming community.
Teacher Author: Mrs. Ward, Kindergarten
A flip through some Kindergarten gratitude journals. These just make my heart so happy. #enchiladas
Mrs. Cornwell, First Grade
Today, first graders released our butterfly friend and sang our farewell song. Safe travels, butterfly!
Teacher Author: Ms. Bier, Fourth Grade
What a beautiful day to view outdoor art! Earlier today, fourth graders explored the Nasher Sculpture Center and learned about modern sculpture.
Teacher Author: Mrs. Campbell, Primer
Our sweet Primer friends made birthday cards and collected donations of gift-wrapping supplies and goods to donate to The Birthday Party Project. Pictured here are students taking inventory of all of the donations! We are so blown away by the giving hearts of our community.
Faculty Author: Office of Admission
This morning, Mr. Baad was at the Lower School reading books to a Beginner classroom. Beginner friends were smiling and giggling along as Mr. Baad read them a few of his favorite books.
Teacher Author: Mrs. Bingham, First Grade
UPDATE! The caterpillar is now a chrysalis! In case you missed the first post, our first graders have been learning about butterfly metamorphosis and journaling the stages daily.
Teacher Author: Mrs. Cornwell, First Grade
Today, we applied the skills and tools we have learned in readers' workshop during our partner reading time!
Student Author: Ashley Carter '19
Even though we lost the game, 2018 Homecoming was such a blast. On Friday, the seniors on varsity cheer and football had a fantastic time at the Lower School pep rally. The kids really enjoyed the dance party at the end! It was a great way to boost the spirit before the big game! The Upper and Middle School pep rally was also a huge hit! The drum line led the students from the classrooms to the football field. This brought excitement to everyone! #GoEagles #SchoolSpirit
Student Author: Claire Groves '20
Some ESD varsity cheerleaders are pictured here painting a sign for the “spooky” themed Homecoming. The cheerleaders get to design, paint, and hang up their sign for the whole school to see. The sign reminds the community of when and where the Homecoming game is taking place. Go Eagles!
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