On Wednesday, March 2, the Fox Hill Students earned their first All School Reward. They were given free choice as to where they wanted to sit in the cafeteria. As a school, we collectively earned 60 certificates for “Being the One: Being Kind, Responsible, Safe and Respectful.” Some of the certificates were earned for walking safely and respectfully through the school, for being responsible audience members, for showing respect through first time listening, and for many, many other reasons. We will start working toward our next all school reward, so make sure to watch the progress as we post the new certificates in the front foyer!
Moomintrolls! Moomintrolls! Moomintrolls!
Moomintrolls. Moomintrolls. Moomintrolls. Say that three times fast!
What are these curious creatures? Where do they come from? Join local Moomin expert Sally Cragin to learn all about these delightful Finnish characters and create your own Moomin-crafts to take home.
For children ages 5 and up and their families.
admission $5 for children | FREE for SCC members
This program is made possible by a donation in memory of Ruth Williams. Ruth, originally from Canterbury, England, emigrated to Boston as a Fulbright Scholar, rare for her time. She went on to receive her MA and Ph.D. at Boston University. At The Park School in Brookline she taught lower school until she was appointed permanent Fourth Grade Teacher and Division Head of the Middle School. She was beloved by students and parents and fellow teachers — for her chipper manner, ready wit, and brilliant, surprising teaching styles.
- Saturday, March 26, 2016 from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (EDT)
- Scandinavian Cultural Center – 206 Waltham Street , MA 02465 – View Map