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Tom's Blog – "Thank You North Shore"
5/29/2015
Earlier this week, faculty, staff, trustees and friends gathered to salute Pam Whalley and Emily Denesha on their retirements from North Shore after 23 years and 29 years, respectively.

2nd Grade Barnswallow Bake Sale
5/20/2015
The 2nd grade class hosted its annual bake sale on Friday, May 15, for Barnswallow, an owl rehabilitation and conservation education center run by alum Linda Breuer ’69.

Tom's Blog – "Inspiration"
5/20/2015
Among the many advantages of working at a school as a teacher or administrator is that one finds oneself being inspired by others on a regular basis. This week alone, I have been inspired numerous times.

Susan Marshall '76 Memorial Concert Featuring Pianist Andrew Guo – May 14
5/11/2015
Pianist Andrew Guo will be on campus Thursday, May 14 to perform the 2015 Susan Marshall '76 Memorial Concert at Morning Ex and to visit with students.

Student Accomplishments
5/11/2015
Science Olympiad State Final
Worldwide Youth in Science and Engineering State Final
Student Perspectives 2015 Fourth Annual Juried Exhibition
 


The Benefit Board Auction and Party “The Purple Wave”
5/4/2015
The Benefit Board held its annual auction and party “The Purple Wave” on Saturday, April 18.

Tom's Blog – A JK-12 Community
5/4/2015
When I talk to prospective teaching candidates, particularly those who are not from this area, I try to explain what sets North Shore apart from other independent schools, what we do or believe in that makes us distinctly North Shore.

Don't Forget to Order Your Yearbook – May 5
4/30/2015
The deadline to place an order for the Mirror yearbook is May 5. Books will be shipped to North Shore and distributed to students. 

Field Hockey Camp – June 8-11
4/24/2015
NSCDS' Field Hockey Camp is an opportunity for beginning field hockey players entering grades 3-8 to learn basic fundamentals, apply learned skills and gain a deeper understanding of the game.

Grant Project
4/23/2015
Eighth grade students in Middle School humanities teacher Dana Specht's social studies class recently completed a comprehensive, two-month Grant Project.
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