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  • Singing Out! – 23rd Annual Wick Choral Festival to Take Place January 30, 31

    Posted January 12, 2015

    The 23rd Annual Wick Choral Festival will take place at St. Mark’s School over two nights on January 30 and 31. Musical groups both from St. Mark’s and from other schools and colleges will entertain audiences on Friday and Saturday evening at the Putnam Family Arts Center in the Class of 1945 Hall as part of this annual invitational a cappella event. The Wick Festival was established in 1992 through the generosity of the Wick family and friends, and is offered annually in memory of Myron A. Wick '33 and in honor of his lifelong enjoyment of singing.

  • Boys' Varsity Hockey goaltender Ryan Ferland '16

    Boys’ V. Hockey, Hoop Teams Outstanding at Mid-Season; JV Hockey teams, Girls’ JV Squash, Wrestling Strong

    Posted January 24, 2015

    Despite the recent snowy weather forcing a host of cancellations and postponements, St. Mark’s athletic teams are looking good halfway through this winter season. Boys’ Varsity Hockey and Boys’ Varsity Basketball both have excellent records while Girls’ JV Squash, Boys’ and Girls’ JV Hockey look strong. The Varsity Wrestling team is experiencing its strongest start in more than a decade, while both Boys’ and Girls’ 3rds Squash are undefeated at the season’s mid-point.

  • L to R: Aggie Belt, Head of School John Warren '74, and Jeniene Matthews

    Ms. Belt and Ms. Matthews Honored as Most Recent Recipients of Endowed Faculty Chairs

    Posted January 24, 2015

    On Friday evening, St. Mark’s School honored Art teacher Aggie Belt and English teacher Jeniene Matthews as the latest recipients of endowed faculty chairs at a ceremony of installation. Ms. Belt will hold the A. Watson Armour III Senior Chair while Ms. Matthews will hold the Evill-Glavin Chair.

  • St. Mark’s Contingent Visits Partner School in Haiti Over Long Weekend

    Posted January 24, 2015

    Over the recent long weekend, six St. Mark’s students and four SM faculty traveled to Haiti to visit partner school Ste. Marguerite's in the community of Latournelle.

  • Tess D’Orsi ’16 Named to the Final Roster of the 2015 Women’s Under-19 National LacrosseTeam

    Posted January 23, 2015

    Tess D’orsi ’16 was one of 18 players to make the final cut for the United States Under-19 Women’s Lacrosse team. This past summer, she made the initial 25-player training roster, competing with 110 players from 18 different states. On January 21, US Lacrosse named D’Orsi to the final roster of 18 players, and the only player on the team from New England.

  • Director of Community & Equity Affairs Ava Archibald opens the morning's chapel service

    Issues of Gender and Diversity Addressed at St. Mark’s Community & Equity Day

    Posted January 22, 2015

    On Tuesday, January 20, in honor of the holiday celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr, St. Mark’s held a Community & Equity Day. Organized by Ms. Ava Archibald, the School’s Director of Community and Equity Affairs, the focus of this year’s day-long event was gender, and the issue of gender diversity and gender equity, opening an ongoing dialogue about gender issues in the St. Mark’s community and beyond.

  • "What if They Had Lived?" - quilt by Barbara Putnam (2013)

    Veteran Art Teacher Barbara Putnam's Work Featured in University of Maine's Winter Exhibition

    Posted January 15, 2015

    Beginning this Friday, the work of longtime SM art teacher Barbara Putnam will be featured as half of the University Of Maine Museum Of Art’s Winter Exhibition. Entitled “Global Change: The Dance of Contingencies,” the exhibit will display the creations of Ms. Putnam and artist Deborah Cornell.

  • St. Mark’s Hosts Special Olympics Community Games on Campus

    Posted January 15, 2015

    This past Sunday, St. Mark’s played host to exciting Special Olympics competition. Four adult basketball teams of local Special Olympians competed in a series of Community games on the main gym court at the Michel Faculty Athletic Center. More than fifty St. Mark’s students were involved in facilitating the event.

  • Former SM Hoop Stars Return for Alumni Basketball Game

    Posted January 15, 2015

    Last Saturday, a number of former St. Mark’s basketball players returned to campus for a new event this year: an Alumni Basketball game. Divided into two squads, the Blue and White team clashed on the court in the Michel Faculty Athletic Center.

  • “The Intersection of Place, Service, and Sustainability": Joe Brooks on Service Learning for Gray Colloquium

    Posted January 9, 2015

    Joe Brooks, the Education Director and Founder of the Community Works Institute (CWI), spoke to St. Mark's students and faculty as the Gray Colloquium Speaker for January 2015. His organization consults with students, educators, and community leaders looking to bridge the gap between what one learns in the classroom and what one can actually contribute to the world.

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