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Archangel Airborne Mission XXV arrived safely in Cap-Haïtien, Haiti

Archangel Airborne Mission XXV arrived safely in Cap-Haïtien, Haiti, (October 23) met with local contacts, prepared the medical clinics, assessed and treated those most in need. The team also made progress with clean water initiatives, receiving high scores on the audit. They are hitting or exceeding all their mission goals! . The team has one more clinic then will begin their journey home. Please pray for their safe return to family and friends. Thank you for supporting Archangel Airborne and its team members!
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PreK field trip to Shlagel's farm

The PreK children went on their first field trip to Shlagel’s Farm. They learned about farm life and saw the crops during a hay ride. The children saw a baby chick and had a chance to hold or touch it. They really enjoyed playing in the corn box and hay maze. The children had a picnic lunch and selected a pumpkin to take home.
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Fourth graders investigating a “crime scene”

Fourth graders investigating a “crime scene” in the middle of the 3rd floor hallway. In this, “Mystery on Third Street” activity, the students were required to investigate the crime scene and use inferencing to come to a conclusion about what really happened using evidence from the scene.
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Second Annual SPS Cotillion

Our Second Annual SPS Cotillion was a lovely evening filled with social graces and smiling faces. This popular event with The Manners Lab provided our students in Grades 6, 7 and 8 the opportunity to learn and practice proper etiquette - while dining, dancing or texting.
Thank you to Mrs. Chen and The Manners Lab team; DC Taste for a delightful dinner, and our parent wait-staff for your exemplary service and the gift of your children.
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Handmade Clay Pots by 5th Graders

Fifth graders worked with Mrs. Pruitt to create their own clay pots. They painted the pots according to the designs and styles of traditional Native American pottery. Many students used a Native American "Picture Dictionary" to bring meaning to their art by incorporating various symbols. Thank you to Mrs. Pruitt and Ms. Mullins for this fantastic opportunity!
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Second Grade Builders

Second grade went to the National Building Museum. They completed the City by Design program, where students were responsible for planning and building a city. The second graders learned all about residential, commercial, institutional, and industrial buildings!
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Cultural Heritage Day

Cultural Heritage Day presentations in 4th grade with family trees dating back to the early 1800s, a jebena from Eritrea, rupee from India, tea from England, and so much more!
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