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Harold Hines Jr. Visiting Fellow: Patrick Meier – October 27
Patrick Meier, Ph.D., director of Social Innovation at the Qatar Computing Research Institute, will be on campus . . .

Fall Play: The Yellow Boat – October 17-18
The Upper School fall play, The Yellow Boat, will be performed in the Auditorium on Friday, October 17 and Saturday, October 18 at 7:30 p.m.

Tom's Blog – "Homecoming and Coming Home"
Homecoming Week at North Shore has become a highlight for many throughout the School community. [Read Tom's Blog]

Almquist Gallery Opening - "Community Creatives" – October 10
You are invited to an opening reception for "Community Creatives: A celebration of imaginative objects crafted by North Shore Country Day School faculty & staff" in the Almquist Gallery on Friday, October 10

Homecoming Schedule – October 10-11
2 p.m., Student Pep Rally...

Parent Ed Presents "Technology in Early Childhood" - October 7
North Shore’s Parent Ed Committee is hosting Chip Donohue, Ph.D., Director of theTechnology in Early Childhood Center at Erikson Institute, for an evening presentation and discussion on Tuesday, October 7, 7-9 p.m. 

Tom's Blog - "500 Words"
In the last year or two, it has become my opinion that we adults at North Shore need to be more thoughtful in the way we interact, guide and support our children/students. Maybe it’s my age, but as I look at the world I see greater complexity and more moving parts than ever before. [Read Tom's Blog] 

There's an App for that - Introducing the NEW North Shore App for Smartphones
The NEW North Shore App for Apple (iOS) and Google Play (Android) are now available for download. 

Tom's Blog – "Remarkable and Inspiring"
Last week on September 11, we were privileged to host Michael Hingson and his guide dog, Africa, on campus. Mr. Hingson was in Tower One of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. [Read Tom's Blog]

Tom's Blog – “Don’t You Just Feel a Little Bit Taller?”
As I made my rounds on the first day of school, I overheard a 6th grade girl make a comment to two of her classmates upon returning to the hallway outside her old 5th grade room: “Don’t you just feel a little bit taller?” [Read Tom's Blog]
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