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Climate Strike 2019

Middle School students, faculty, and staff joined millions of others around the world in the Climate Strike. Everyone walked off Keys campus in protest, chanting to urge transformative actions be taken to address the climate crises facing our planet. #strikewithus  

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Student Elections

Today our student nominees for Fifth, Sixth, and Seventh Grade Class Representatives gave their speeches as part of our Student Government Elections 2019!

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Mid-Autumn Festival

Today, in honor of the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival, our first grade students in Mandarin class learned to make mooncakes. Yum!

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Keys School Welcome Day

Today faculty and staff are so excited to welcome new and returning students for the upcoming school year. Heather, our new Head of School, was there with gloves on to greet students and families!

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Middle School Dive in and Discover: A Reflection

Middle School students have finished their ERB testing, and today will participate in the Dive in and Discover Fair, where student groups will have the opportunity to share with the rest of our Middle School what they have explored and learned over the course of the last few days. This exchange of information shows students…

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Middle School Dive in and Discover: Mini Golf Code

Fore! Many of us have known the great stress and anxiety that descends as we try to put our mini golf through that ever-challenging windmill, but this week our students took mini golf to a different level with coding. Students kicked off the week learning the fundamentals, not how to swing a golf club, but…

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Middle School Dive in and Discover: Baking with Chocolate

Is there anything that puts one more at ease than the smell of something chocolatey baking in the oven? Our baking with chocolate group fed the soul this week, whipping up colorful and delicious sweet treats for our students. Students in our Baking groups worked together in smaller sub-groups to bake everything from double chocolate…

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Middle School Dive in and Discover: Quiet Activities

Students in our Quiet Activities group took the opportunity this week to refocus their minds and bodies through silent activities, such as coloring, doing puzzles, and watching a selected series of silent films, such as Harold Lloyd and Buster Keaton. Quiet activities such as journaling give our students the uninterrupted time on their own to…

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