Happy National Philanthropy Day! Today our Development Team and Annual Fund Co-Chairs along with our Head of School handed out small tokens of thanks to our Keys community for their commit-Mint to our teachers and students.
Wow, hard to believe we are in November already! Today in the spirit of gratitude, Keys shows our appreciation for our diverse and inclusive community. Here is a look back at some of the celebrations we honored in October.
I am a meditator. I meditate twice daily – an essential ritual I use to fuel my day. My family has come to joke that if they can’t find me, “Mommie is probably meditating somewhere.” When my boys were little, they wanted a piece of the meditation action. They would ask me to meditate in…
Michael Genhart, psychologist and renowned children’s book author, visited our kindergarten, first grade, and second grade students to read two of his most beloved books, Rainbow: A First Book of Pride and Love is Love.
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
Today our student nominees for Fifth, Sixth, and Seventh Grade Class Representatives gave their speeches as part of our Student Government Elections 2019!
Today, in honor of the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival, our first grade students in Mandarin class learned to make mooncakes. Yum!
“How are we giving our students the best of ourselves?” This is a question that was posed to our teachers at the start of the school year. Many educators prepare with the best content in mind, but few educators, let alone an entire staff, prepare the best content and also prepare to share the best…
And they are off! Today our Middle School students headed out for their grade specific Outdoor Ed trips.
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!