Hard to believe we are fast approaching the end of the school year and the start of summer - and of course the amazing Hackley Summer Programs. In addition to all the course options for younger students, there are many options for older students wishing to get a leg up before the start of school in the fall. Read on.
Mrs. Louros’ 5th grade English students were inspired by George Ella Lyon’s well-known poem, “Where I’m From,” and wrote their own versions of the poem to represent the story of who they are and where they are from. Read on.
On May 12th, the MS Aquabots club competed in the Marine Advanced Technology and Engineering regional competition (MATE), held at Villanova University. This is Hackley’s fourth year competing, and once again the MS represented Hackley well. Read on.
Fifth grade Spanish students are studying items of clothing, as well as colors, prices and places where people can buy clothing. Whether at a local market, a shop, in the mall or on the web, peoples of all traditions buy items of clothing. Read on.
3S and 1D joined forces for Lower School's recent Read-A-Thon. Each 3S student (with the help of Mrs. McKay) chose a specific book from the library to read to a 1D student. Afterwards, they played games together.