Saint George's celebrated the Asian New Year of the Rat on Friday, Jan. 24 in the Upper School Courtyard. There were treats to sample and performances to enjoy; see a Photo Gallery of the activities. Plus an Asian New Year Video, edited by Nianwen Dan, shows the Chinese class singing, Angelina Jiang on violin, Caroline He's solo, a balloon-popping game, and Caroline, Lisa Yuan and Krystal Huang rapping!
Malinda Wagstaff, Class of 2016 and currently studying at the Eastman School of Music, won her division at the recent Coeur d’Alene Symphony’s Young Artist Competition. Watch a Video of her singing a song by Smetana. Malinda will perform with the CDA orchestra on March 13-14 at the Krok Center; tickets are available through the CDA Symphony.
Come to the Dragon Room (aka "On Demand Theater") on Wednesday, Jan. 29 at 6:30pm to enjoy music from Saint George's musicians and singers in advance of the Spokane Solo and Ensemble competition this coming weekend. No charge for the performances, and coffee will be served!
The All-School Talent Show is on Wednesday, Feb. 5 at 6pm in Founders' Theater. Come enjoy the variety of talents our students, faculty and staff will share!
Spirit Week in the Upper School features these dress-up day themes: Monday - Class Colors; Tuesday – Camo; Wednesday – Wild West; Thursday – Denim on Denim; and Friday – Holy Grail shirts & Lifeguard attire. On Friday, Jan. 31, SGS hosts Northwest Christian in basketball games: 4:30pm - Boys JV in Metter’s Gym, Girls JV in Errol Schmidt Athletic Center (ESAC); 6pm Girls Varsity in ESAC; 8pm Boys Varsity in ESAC. Both schools are raising funds to support the Women’s and Children's Free Restaurant. Look for an email mid-week with more details about the Battle for the Holy Grail on Friday, Jan. 31.
There will be no classes for grades K-5 this Friday, Jan. 31. This is an In-Service Day for Lower School teachers to prepare for conferences. After School Care will be available if a minimum of five students sign up by Jan. 29.
Six SGS seniors were recognized on Jan. 27 as the school's candidates for Spokane Scholars. They are Marshall Roll for English, Callie Gee for World Languages, Kathryn Moon for Social Studies, Kevin Zhong for Science, Sarah Wu for Mathematics, and Caroline He for Arts. These six will compete with students from all other Spokane area high schools for up to $3,000 in Spokane Scholars scholarships in April. Go Dragons!
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