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APRIL 2017

6th Grade at Seven Stars Farm
6th grade made their annual trip to Kimberton to visit Seven Stars Farm, a biodynamic farm which produces organic yogurt. We filled sandbags to weight down the plant covers; it took teamwork and communication with our partner to hold the bags and shovel! We tasted herbs including mint, garlic and chive, and visited the bee hives and learned about pollination.  Then we celebrated by eating some of the world's best maple yogurt!" ~ Tr. Alex

SFS Student Hannah Yannelli Gifts SFS Over $1500 from "There Was A Young Lady Who" Proceeds

In July 2016, SFS Student Hannah Yannelli's book "There Was A Young Lady Who" made it's debut.  #sfsproud! Hannah and her parents have generously designated a portion of the sales of the book to SFS.  Earlier this month, Hannah presented Tr Jill with a check for over $1500!  Thank you Hannah and congratulations on your dream come true!  Hannah's book is available via Amazon and Barnes & Noble.


Founders and Alumni Day
On Friday, April 7th, we held our annual Alumni Day!  Around 30 of our wonderful SFS Alumni joined us for lunch, meeting for worship and the ever popular faculty vs alumni volleyball game.  Our Alumni beat us in the first two games of volleyball, so for the third and final game we brought in our ringers #2017Classof2017

Earlier on Friday we celebrated Founders' Day - SFS Founders Sandy & Dorothy met with our teams of students in the library for a Q&A session.  

It was a wonderful day to visit our beginnings as well as catch a glimpse of our future!

MARCH 2017

Annual SFS Parents' Association Gala and Auctions raises $96,000!  Thank you to our wonderful parents, sponsors and guests!


Read Across America Week February 27th - March 3rd

Award-Winning Author and Storyteller Robin Moore will be visiting our school on Friday, March 3rd.  If your child would like to purchase an autographed copy of his books: 

1) Complete the order form (can be downloaded via link below)
2) Attach your check (payable to Groundhog Press) or send cash
3) Return check & order from to school by Wednesday, February 22nd.  Mr. Moore will bring the order the Friday of his visit.


Science Week is Jan 30th - Feb 3rd

Science Night is Thursday, Feb 2nd | scienceweek.pdf


Makerspace | Imagine...Build...Learn

What is Makerspace?  It's a space that's science lab, woodshop, computer/technology lab and art room all in one, where projects are student-initiated, -designed, -built and tinkered with.  It's all hands on and for all ages.  Make sure the next time you visit campus you get to play maker!

All School Weaving Project | weavingproject.pdf

MLK Day of Service Project

THANK YOU to everyone who made our MLK Day of Service Project another record success!  485 brown bagged lunches + 115 additional sandwiches were delivered to the Community Action Agency of Delaware County emergency shelter!


6th Grade Visits Square Tavern

6th Grade spent the afternoon Friday at Square Tavern, the home of Quaker painter Benjamin West, and also to Newtown Square Friends Meeting. They explored the graveyard and found many very old headstones with names they recognized from the area (Dunwoody, Williamson, Caley, West).

A historic impersonator met us at the Tavern in the guise of Benjamin West himself.  Benjamin West has been called the father of American Painting.

Thanksgiving Food Drive & Holiday Toy, Hat and Mitten Drive benefitting CAADC

Jenny McClennan of CAADC (Community Action Center of Delaware County) speaking with our students about the families we help every year with our Annual Kids Helping Kids Thanksgiving Food and Holiday Toy, Hat & Mitten Drives.  

Our Thanksgiving Food Drive from November 7 - 18 brought in $200 in grocery gift cards and over 50 bags of food!

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