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List of 12 news stories.

  • Greek Class in the Maker Space

    Recent "happenings" in the Makerspace!

    Check out some of the ways this new space supports terrific student work across our curriculum and across our divisions. Even our Greek and Chinese classes have found their way over! Read on.
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  • Alumni Connections Benefit AFER Class

    Earlier this month the Advanced Forest Ecology Research class took their annual trip to the Bronx Zoo. What made this year’s trip so exceptional is that the class was taught by Julia Dunn, Hackley Class of 2012. Read on.
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  • Despite Weather Girls Golf Comes Through in Late Charge

    The Girls Varsity Golf Team rolled conference rival Riverdale for their first win of the 2018 season. Battling both Riverdale and the conditions, the Hornets prevailed with a 4-1 victory. Read on.
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  • Willie Teacher (Ferraro Family Chair in the Arts)

    Honoring a Legacy of Outstanding Faculty

    Head of School Michael Wirtz hosted a reception at Gage House celebrating the four teachers recently named to endowed chairs and the donors who endowed each of our school’s ten chairs. Read on.
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  • Things We Love on the Hilltop

    Every Wednesday is "Words Day" in Sternberg Library in Goodhue Memorial Hall.  Use the word in a sentence and earn a treat!  This week's word: Succinct. "We do our best to make our news succinct, in hopes of holding your attention!"
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  • Never Bored with Board Games

    The HPA recently funded purchase of quality board games fitting for our beautiful wood-paneled library, which the library staff thought would be a great addition to our collaborative space.  Students can now enjoy five hand-crafted wooden board games--Scrabble, Solitaire, Chinese Checkers, Mancala and GO-- in the library. It’s been a huge hit!
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  • New on Hackley Perspectives

    We're grateful to art teacher Mark Green for this thoughtful reflection on the value of being both a teacher and a working artist.
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  • Hurray for GP and Friends Day!

    Lower School faculty and parents collaborated to pull off two wonderful, complicated events with no hitches at all. Grandparent and Special Friend’s Day, a wonderful parent-school collaboration, took place on April 13th in Lower School homerooms, followed by a K-4 concert in the new Walter C. Johnson Center for Health and Wellness. Spearheaded by our Development Office and supported by many others, the day was lovely and built upon our community spirit.
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  • Kindergarten Post Office

    Each year, the kindergarten classes run a post office for a week in the spring. All students and teachers are welcome to send letters, and the K students sell stamps and sort and deliver the mail. This year, a grand total of 882 letters were processed.
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  • LS Trip Around the World

    With the help of parents, Hackley Lower School celebrated "Trip Around The World" day, representing various countries – 13 in all. Students travelled from place to place, passports in hand. We all learned something new and enjoyed the desserts provided by parents during their lunchtime.
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  • Abbey Schiller ’21

    Athletes of the Week, 4/9

    Athletes of the Week for April 9th are Chris O’Sullivan ’18, Ijeoma Nwokorie ’18 and Abbey Schiller ’21. Read on.
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  • A moment during the Hackley vs. Horace Mann game.

    It's All About the Team!

    For Hackley Boys Varsity Lacrosse Coach Chris Arnold, every win or loss his teams achieves is part of the fabric of something larger: a commitment of players working together to bring unreserved effort to their game.  Ask Coach Arnold where he stands in career wins and losses, he couldn't tell you. He didn't keep track. Read on.
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Media

  • A Tribute to the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
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  • Shakespeare Competition
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  • MS Play Highlights: 12 Angry Pigs
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  • 4th Annual All School Sing-along
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  • Winter Coffeehouse Highlights 2018
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  • Middle School Choral Ensembles Highlight
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  • Johnson Center for Health and Wellness Opening Day
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