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    FIRST FLL Regional Championship

    Vare Field House, Middle School Building
     
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    Go Overseas & USA Gap Year Fairs

    Kingsley Gym

    Come join us for an incredible FREE opportunity to learn about a number of life-changing gap year programs from all around the world!

    For more information, visit our website at usagapyearfairs.org.

    *Presentation 6:00-6:45 PM, Fair 6:45-8:30 PM

    Contact: Jessica Beatty
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    Squash Memorial Dedication

    Annex, Athletic Complex

    Springside Chestnut Hill Academy invites you to celebrate the squash season and a special memorial dedication
    for 
    Jack Kelly • Jordie Maine • John Manly-Power • Mike Masland 
    Nick Schreiber • Dave Schreffler • Johanna Sigmund

    4:30 PM
    Cheer on Varsity Squash Teams ***

    5:30 PM
    Reception & Remembrances 
    The Athletic Complex Annex at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy


    *** Boys Varsity Squash v. Conestoga HS @ 4:30, McCausland Squash Courts
    Girls Varsity Squash v. GFS starts @ 4:45, Vare Field House

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    National Signing Day

    Henry Library, Wissahickon Inn
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    US Parent Evening with Dr. Jeremy Frank

    Chapel @ the Inn, Willow Grove Campus
    Dr. Jeremy Frank is both a psychologist and certified alcohol and drug counselor who oversees Jeremy Frank and Associates (https://jeremyfrankassociates.com/) which provides counseling services to families locally.  Dr. Frank served as the Coordinator of Campus Alcohol and Substance Awareness at Temple University and Assistant Director of Health and Counseling and the University of the Sciences in Philadelphia. He is a credentialed provider with “Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers,” which focuses on attorneys with drug and alcohol problems and an approved provider of clinical services to the National Basketball Association (NBA), providing services to NBA players and their families in the Player Assistance and Anti Drug Program. He has had positions at Drexel University, The University of Pennsylvania, University of Florida, Hahnemann University, and Jefferson University.

    Dr Frank will present at SCH to students and parents on current trends in drug and alcohol use among teenagers and the impact of substances on adolescents and their mental health. He will discuss healthy ways of navigating  the path through teenage development and present strategies for resiliency as well as counseling for mental health. 
    Contact: Lynn Gehr
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    PA Executive Board Meeting

    Haber Room, Wissahickon Inn
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    Summerside Open House

    McCausland Lower School

    Meet the Summerside staff, tour the new camp headquarters, and enjoy games and activities with the kids!

    Camp discount coupons will be available for guests!

    Please park in the McCausland lot and use GPS: 8000 Cherokee Street, Philadelphia, PA 19118
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    Open Mic Night presented by Black Student Union

    Doran Hall, McCausland Lower School

    Join us for an evening of music, poetry and celebration of Black history featuring poets from the SCH community and those wishing to share from other schools as well as special guests! This event is open to all ages. Please be sure to read the guidelines for performances.

    Register here.

     
    Contact: Rayna Guy
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    Parent Book Club

    Haber Room, Wissahickon Inn
    Our new parent book club—facilitated by school psychologists Shannon Sweitzer and Leslee Frye—will read Dr. Lisa Damour’s new book Under Pressure: Confronting the Epidemic of Stress and Anxiety in Girls in advance of a parent program in April. Though Dr. Damour’s books have focused on raising girls, we find her research and advice to be relevant to boys as well. Participants will convene on three mornings to discuss the impact of stress on our children. The book club is open to parents of all Middle and Upper School students, and will be from 8:05 — 9:05 AM in the Willow Grove Haber Room (Upper School Building). Please contact Shannon Sweitzer with any questions. 

    This is the second of three meetings.
    Sign up here.
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    MS Girls: Winter Sports Assembly

    All 6th-8th grade girls are expected to attend. We will be finished in time for those taking the bus. If your daughter has a transportation issue that would necessitate her leaving early, or if she has some other conflict, please let her advisor know as soon as possible. Spring Sports will begin on February 24th. This event is for students only (no parents.)

    Middle School Drama Production of Frozen Jr. Tech Week

    Auditorium, Middle School Building
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    MS Boys: Winter Sports Assembly

    All 6th-8th grade boys are expected to attend. We will be finished in time for those taking the bus. If your son has a transportation issue that would necessitate his leaving early, or if he has some other conflict, please let his advisor know as soon as possible. Spring Sports will begin on February 24th. This event is for students only (no parents.)

    Middle School Drama Production of Frozen Jr. Tech Week

    Auditorium, Middle School Building
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    MS Drama Production of Frozen, Performance for Lower School Students

    MS Aud
    Contact: Debbie Jansen

    MS Drama Production of Frozen, Performance for Middle School Students

    MS Aud
    MS Drama Production of Frozen, Performance for Middle School Students
    Contact: Debbie Jansen
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    Middle School Drama Production

    Auditorium, Middle School Building

    Middle School Drama is pleased to present, Frozen Jr.!  The story of how two sisters, whose strong bond and true friendship,  can persevere through anything life may throw their way.  Based on the current Broadway smash, Frozen Jr. includes all of the songs you know and love as well as five new songs written specifically for this musical.
    Rated G for all ages. No Tickets Necessary. 
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    Main Line Parent and Philadelphia Family Summer Camp Fair

    Kingsley Gym
    Please join Summerside Camps at the 2020 Main Line Parent & Philadelphia Family Summer Camp Fair at Springside Chestnut Hill Academy. Summerside Camps will be showcasing our favorite program offerings and will be handing out fun giveaways and exclusive discounts just for those who attend this Camp Fair. Be sure to stop by our table to enter for a chance to win a free week of Day Camp, when you register for a Specialty Camp at Summerside Camps (some exclusions apply).

    Location: 500 W. Willow Grove Ave, Phila PA 19118, Kingsley/Woodward Gym and Commons

    Register here: http://phillyfamily.com/summer-camp-fair-at-springside-chestnut-hill-academy/

    Black Excellence Brunch

    *New Location* Middle School Cafeteria
    Our recognition fo Black History month will culminate with the Black Excellence Brunch, an annual celebration of the excellence that exists in the Black community.  Created by founding members of BSU, this event has become a hallmarked tradition of honoring the Black excellence that exists in our SCH community. This event is open to SCH community members of all ages. Please RSVP.
     
    Contact: Rayna Guy
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    Lower School Parent Coffee

    Dining Hall, McCausland LS
    Please join Pam Brown, LS Psychologist, and Douglas Wainwright, Head of Lower School, tomorrow morning at 8:15 in the McNeil Dining Hall of the 
    McCausland Lower School for the winter parent coffee, Helping Children 
    Regulate Emotions.

    US Parent Coffee re: Course Scheduling

    Henry Library
    It’s scheduling season, and this coffee is an opportunity for you to talk with the Department Chairs about course offerings or progression.  
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    US Winter Ball

    Harris Commons
    This year’s theme is the Roaring Twenties. 

    Doors open at 7 pm and no students can leave
     before 9 pm. 
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    SCH A Cappella Fest

    Church of St. Martin-in-the Fields

    SCH-A-CAPPELLA! ...is an annual winter treat at SCH Academy that brings the community together when it's cold outside for an evening warmed by young people singing A Cappella material.  It is also our annual fundraiser, proceeds from which benefit our Music Trip Fund.  And this year, proceeds will benefit all our honors music students traveling to Costa Rica in March.  In addition to our annual guests, GFS A Cappella, we welcome The Chestnut Street Singers as well as The Tonics. 

    Tickets here.
     
    Church of St. Martin-in-the Fields
    8000 St. Martin's Lane
    Philadelphia, PA 19118
     
     
    Cost: $15.00
     
     
    Contact: Roland Woehr