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Head of School for The Day

Hear ye, hear ye! Introducing, for one day and one day only, our new Head of School, Sherry Shao. Last Thursday Sherry filled in for our beloved Alona Scott as Head of Keys School. Once Sherry was settled into her new office, she set off to say good morning to all her teachers and students.…

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All School Spring Picnic

Last Friday we hosted our annual All School Spring Picnic at the Lower School. The sun was shining and the grill was sizzling as the entire Keys community played, danced, and chowed down on delicious food. This energetic bash was the perfect hoorah to commemorate the closing of the school year. Thank you to all…

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Middle School Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Middle school erupted with cheers and applause yesterday as Larry Purcell and Alona Scott, with the help of the eighth grade class, unveiled the new microphone system and spirit-booting mats that were made possible by the amazing generosity of the Class of 2018 families. These fantastic and impactful additions to Keys School will benefit Keys…

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Keys Lower School Science Fair

Last week the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade classes wowed us all with their innovative science projects at the Lower School Science Fair. Some of the amazing projects on display included a trash detector to save the oceans, roads with built-in solar panels to power street lights and cars, a more supportive and effective reading…

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Keys Hosts New Parent Welcome Tea

Yesterday nothing but smiles and laughter filled Fellowship Hall as Keys families and faculty came together to welcome in parents of new students to the Keys community. We are so excited to welcome new families to Keys School!

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Keys 7th Grade Class Helps Build High-Altitude Balloon

What started for our technology integrationist Steven Zeigler as a fun idea to build a high-altitude balloon became an amazing learning opportunity for our 7th grade class at Keys. After applying for and receiving a teacher innovator grant, Steven quickly joined forces with Jennifer Spaeth and her 7th grade science class to turn his pet…

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Kathleen Jalalpour Earns Prestigious Teaching Award

Congratulations to Kathleen Jalalpour for recently being honored by the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth with the Sarah D. Barder Award! This award honors those few teachers who have best put into practice the mission of the Center for Talented Youth, which is to engage, and challenge students to aim higher and learn more…

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Keys Student Walk-Out

Keys Middle School students led a walk-out on Wednesday, National Walk-Out Day, calling on the public and federal representatives to change gun legislation.

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Keys School Stands with CAIS in Statement on Gun Violence and School Safety

In a historic moment last week, the heads of over 150 independent schools throughout California came together to make a strong unified statement regarding the epidemic of gun violence in our country and the need for increased safety in our schools. This statement was published on Sunday, March 11 in the San Francisco Chronicle and…

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Fourth Graders Visit the Symphony

The fourth grade class travelled to San Francisco’s Symphony Hall yesterday for a memorable music field trip. Students explored the stage, learned what it is like to be a professional musician, and even had a Q&A and dance session with San Francisco Symphony Resident Composer and Youth Orchestra Director Christian Reif.

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