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On Wednesday, March 7, St. Mark's hosted its 5th annual Career Day. The event, involving both on- and- off-campus experiences, was a tremendous success, despite the approach of the second of four wintry nor'easters to hit New England that month. More than fifty adults—alumni, past and present parents (at least one grandparent), and friends of St. Mark's—either visited campus to lead workshops and presentations or hosted St. Markers at their places of work.
On Saturday, March 3, at an eclectic all-school meeting featuring a performance by the School's SM Saturday African Drums class, Dean of Students David Vachris announced Team Phoenix as the winner of the 2018 Quad Games.
The St. Mark's Science Department hosted an open house on Thursday, March 1, in the School's STEM Center. Among the visitors—faculty, staff, families, and more— were some old friends, including at least one distinguished former faculty member: Mr. Richard Rader.
On Tuesday evening, February 26, the St. Mark's Advancement Office and the Young Alumni Leadership Council (YALC) sponsored a reception and dinner for the VI Form, recognizing that just 100 days remain in their time as students at St. Mark's.
On Tuesday, February 27, the Advancement Office sponsored their recognition of St. Mark's Tuition Freedom Day, marking the point during the academic year when the School's operating expenses are no longer covered by tuition revenue, and the Annual Fund and endowment "kicks in" (i.e., tuition only accounts for 63% of the total cost of educating a St. Marker).
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