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June 2021

Month

This June, we had a number of Roycemore students and community members who were recognized for their achievements and contributions during the 2020-2021 school year. UPPER SCHOOL AWARDS Rebecca Ashley Thatcher Academic Department AwardsSpanish – Alexander RabenhorstDrama – Alexandria Thi NguyenArt – Grace Olivia LawlorMusic – Xinnan ‘Cindy’ ZhangScience – Katherine RozsypalekMath – Hanshi ‘Bella’...
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Concepts I learned at Roycemore – Stay Curious and Persevere Thank you Mrs. Finley Odell and thank you to the Roycemore School Board of Trustees for this honor. Thank you to all the Roycemore faculty for devoting your time – and so much more – to inspire your students. And thank you to the Roycemore...
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While all teachers make an impact, today we are going to acknowledge one very special teacher with the Elinor Rice Fuchs Award. As the drama teacher, “Ricey” devoted long hours after school to guide the rehearsal of wonderful plays, to listen to her students, and to offer wise counsel with a healthy mixture of laughter...
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1,365 days ago I, along with the rest of the incoming class of 2021, ventured into the high school wing of Roycemore for the first time. A week later, 1,355 days ago, we participated in our first upper school picnic, won our first tug of war, and painted our first class mural (even if we...
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Roycemore was lucky to have two very bright and articulate students speak at the Middle School Graduation last week. With poise and humor, they made us laugh and cry while they reflected on their time here at Roycemore and what it is like to be a Middle School Griffin.  Keira: I’m gonna take a guess...
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This class of 25 students will be furthering their education at 25 different institutions in 9 different states from the east coast to the west coast and in-between as well as one graduate who will attend university in Germany, when he commits and another who has a variety of acceptances still from which to choose....
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According to the National Association of Colleges and Employers, employers ranked leadership as the most important skill they wanted to see on college graduates’ resumes. Perhaps they were influenced by leadership guru, John Maxwell, who wrote, “The single biggest way to impact an organization is to focus on leadership development. There is almost no limit...
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