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Student Council Pays Homage to Class of 2015

The Keys’ Rock Climbing wall has been a fixture in the Middle School gym since its donation as a Class Gift by the Class of 2015. During Opening Assembly earlier this week, members of the Student Council celebrated the space by thanking their former classmates.

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Halloween

Halloween Parade Brings Creativity and Cheer

The Halloween spirit was overflowing last week, as the entire Keys community gathered for the annual all school Halloween Parade. In addition to Lower School and Middle School musical performances, students, faculty, and staff marched through campus adorned in their spookiest fall attire, as parents snapped photos and cheered them on with high-fives.

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Read

Drop Everything and Read Day at Middle School

Keys students, faculty, and staff participated in a D.E.A.R. Day (Drop Everything And Read) last week, in which a thirty minute window of time was dedicated to reading independently at a quiet and reflective area of the Middle School campus.

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Inventors

Second Grade Inventors

Utilizing their communication skills, creativity, and problem-solving, second grade students recently kicked off their ‘Inventor’s Unit’ by interviewing Keys School community members on what challenges they face on a day-to-day basis. Soon, they will determine the most common problem and will discuss how an invention they can construct might be able to meet the needs…

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Reunion

Alums Gather on Campus for Reunion

Keys School graduates and their families, dating all the way back to 2008, returned to campus on Friday night for a festive reunion celebration, featuring a ribbon cutting for the Class of 2017 Class Gift, a Kiwi Party with Mrs. Fernquest, and a Virtual Choir performance with Mr. Redlawsk.

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Egyptologist

Egyptologist and Historian Visits Sixth Grade Social Studies

Sixth graders warmly welcomed local Egyptologist and historian Al Berens into the classroom last week. Mr. Berens fielded questions from students, shared a photo slideshow of rare antiquities, and discussed the influence of ancient Egyptian culture on the fields of medicine, architecture, and art.

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Augmented Reality

Google Expeditions Augmented Reality Program Visits Keys

Google Expeditions Augmented Reality, a new learning product from Google that allows teachers to bring virtual objects into the classroom, visited Keys campuses yesterday for several demo sessions. Using supplied handsets, students experienced interactive 3D renderings of Rome’s ancient coliseum, the treasures of the ocean floor, and prehistoric dinosaurs.

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