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“Coffee House” Performances on Nov. 29

The music and drama students will present a “Coffee House” evening of songs, poems, and instrumental music in the Dragon Room on Wednesday, Nov. 29 at 6pm. Come enjoy the student band, choir, and solo piano performances with beverages served.

Seven Singers Selected to All-State Choirs

Congratulations to seven SGS Upper School students for being chosen for this year’s All-State Choir. SGS Music Director David Demand reports that Max Romoff, Oliver Ling, and Esther Buchner were named to the All-State Mixed Choir. Sheba Chen, Reagan Heller, Evie Thorp, and Ellie Wolf were selected for the All-State Treble Choir.

All-State is February 17-19, 2024 in Yakima. After two days of rehearsal, the choirs will perform a public concert on Saturday evening. (Get a taste of their talent with a video of most of these students and David Demand singing the National Anthem acapella.) Go Dragons!

MS Musical “Junie B. Jones, Jr” Returns to 1st Grade

The 7th and 8th graders presented the musical “Junie B. Jones Jr.” on Nov. 16 and 17 in Founders Theater. It’s a hilarious adaptation of Barbara Park’s beloved children’s books about the exciting start of 1st grade. See a Photo Gallery of the matinee performance on Nov. 17!

SGS Artists Selected for Spokane Recycles Calendar

Six SGS artists had drawings chosen among 30 finalists in the 2023 Spokane County Recycles Poster Contest “From Trash to Treasure: Recycling Works!” Three of their drawings made the final 15 and will appear in the 2023/2024 Spokane Recycles Calendar. Congratulations to:

Mabel Corrao – 1st Grade – Honorable Mention;
Louis Breeze – 2nd Grade- Chosen for the month of February;
Sadie Douville – 2nd Grade – Finalist;
Logan Tampien – 3rd Grade – Finalist;
Huck Talbot – 6th Grade – Chosen for the month of October;
Ella Tombari – 6th Grade – Chosen for the month of August.

Learn more about the contest at The webpage also includes a group photo of all the finalists (Ella Tombari was not there) and a slide show of all the finalist drawings.

6th Graders Create “Identity Art”

Each 6th grader made a drawing representing things that defined their identity. See a Photo Gallery of them posted on the Middle School’s entry hallway, where you can see if you can identify the students by their drawings and descriptions!

Middle School Presents “Junie B. Jones Jr.” Musical Nov. 16-17

The 7th and 8th graders will present the musical “Junie B. Jones Jr.”, a hilarious adaptation of Barbara Park’s beloved children’s books about the exciting start of 1st grade. Come to the evening performance at 7pm on Thursday, Nov. 16 or the matinee at 2pm on Friday, Nov. 17 — both in Founders Theater — for lovable characters and delightful songs!