Yesterday, current 6th-grade students took their annual tour of the Upper School, in order to feel more comfortable in their surroundings when they go “up the hill” next year to become junior high students. They attended Upper School chapel, and then were shown the administration offices, computer labs, library, the junior high hall and classes, and the band hall. However, the highlight of the trip every year is eating break in the cafeteria, where they are allowed to purchase any food they want, including the “famous” cheese sticks.
Last Friday, the K-3 class presented “Mother Goose on the Loose,” featuring songs such as “Mary Had a Little Lamb” and “Jesus Is My Best Friend.”
April is Youth Art Month, and the Lower School is having its annual “Strut Your Stuff” campaign. Each Thursday, students who ordered a t-shirt featuring their art work (from their Artsonia accounts), are allowed to wear those shirts. Hillcrest’s Lower School is proud of its outstanding art program, and we want people to see that everyone can be a great artist. Featured below are some of the students from each grade who recently decided to “strut” their stuff:
It’s possible that the right words do not yet exist to describe the action on the basketball court today when 2 teams of non-basketball-playing senior girls faced off against one another in a brief but brutal game, followed by another game in which a team of (again) non-basketball-playing senior boys and male faculty members took each other on for bragging rights. Today, we’ll just let the pictures do the talking.
Yesterday, Hillcrest’s Envirothon teams traveled to Chatauqua Park in Crystal Springs for the Area Envirothon competition. The A team took 1st place overall, along with top honors in each category of the contest; the B team also performed well, winning 5th place overall.
As a result of their wins, both teams will move on to the State competition to be held at the FFA Center in Raymond on April 28th. Congratulations!!