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The K-12 annual show on May 30 features works of art by students across the divisions.
On Thursday, April 4, the entire GFS community gathered on the Common for a surprise “Spirited” celebration of Dick Wade.
Lower School students in the World Percussion Ensemble tap into the historical, cultural and spiritual aspects of drumming.
Fifth graders are touched by a Holocaust survivor’s heart-breaking and powerful story of growing up as a Jewish child in Frankfurt, Germany, during Hitler’s rise to power.
A banner number of eighth and seventh grade students in Robin Nourie’s and Sam McIlvain's French classes placed in the AATF National French Exam this year.
Middle School artists put final touches on projects for upcoming show.
The computer science department introduces the software program “Alice” as part of a successful initiative to entice more girls to give computer programming a try.
Students design, build and program robots that bowl better than some humans.
Breakfast: Strawberry Whole Grain Pancakes
Lunch: Chef Choice Panini, Mushroom Barley Soup, Meatloaf & Mashed Potato, Grilled Tofu over Greens, Asian Beef Salad, Quick Picks & Salad Bar
Breakfast: Spinach & Mushroom Omelets
Lunch: Tuna Melt, Chef Choice Soup, Fried Flounder & Fries, Chef Choice Entree, Chef Choice Salad, Quick Picks & Salad Bar