Category Archives: Lower School

LS Continues “Grandparents Day” Celebration

By Emily Youngblood For the second year in a row, the Lower School and Early Childhood Learning Center (ECLC) will celebrate Grandparents Day on April 10, by inviting student’s grandparents and grandfriends to visit Oak Hall. This now-annual event is also called “Grandfriends Day” because some children may not have grandparents, or the family member may not be able to

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Faculty Spotlight: Judi Hubert

By Grace Bernstein For the past 50 years, the Oak Hall community has been fortunate in the acquisition of many passionate and influential teachers. Kindergarten teacher Judi Hubert’s devotion to the school and her students, has made Oak Hall shine brighter throughout her tenure.  Although Oak Hall’s founding teachers have retired, a few faculty members have been teaching at Oak

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Second Grade Garden, Nutritious and Delicious

By Sofia Santelices For the past two years, Oak Hall second graders were given the responsibility of planting and maintaining a garden, located next to the Lower School playground. Currently in its third year, the second grade garden is initiating its wintertime vegetation after harvesting sweet potatoes in October. Some of the greenery being planted over the winter months include

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Childhood Obesity On The Rise

Over the next few weeks, “The Talon” will be releasing a series of stories regarding depression, anxiety, obesity, nutrition, sleeping habits, and time management. Sources were given the option to remain anonymous, as the topics are incredibly personal. Please be advised, some of the published stories may be disturbing to some readers. By Jasmine Chen According to the Centers for

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