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The Cambridge School Hosts a Plethora of Exciting Events
Posted on March 27, 2012
The Cambridge School is proud to announce that three of their elementary students placed in the ACSI District Spelling Bee in January. Connor and Audrey Lee placed 1st in their respective grades and Helen Law placed 4th for 2nd Graders. Spelling wasn’t the only thing going on at the school this winter. Pencils and desks were replaced by swords and catapults this past February when The Cambridge School 4th grade class participated in their annual Medieval Faire. After studying the time period for a whole semester, the class presented what they learned during a school wide celebration. Some highlights of the faire included: in-character presentations, medieval dancing, archery, sword fighting, a catapult contest and a medieval style feast complete with a whole roast pig. The students will probably not be forgetting their history lessons any time soon after having it brought to life in this way! And much like Medieval Faire, the 5th grade class celebrated their study of Colonial American History with a feast day that brought the era to life for them. Dressed in full colonial garb, students practiced calligraphy with quill pens, spun yarn, made hand-dipped candles, churned their own butter, danced, and partook in a colonial feast. Their study of Colonial history will be capped off with a week-long visit to Colonial Williamsburg in the spring for another series of history lessons that they will never forget.
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