Tag Archives: Lower School

OHS Closed Until After Spring Break

UPDATE: It has been announced that OHS will be closed until at least May 4. For the first time in the history of Oak Hall School, a virus is forcing it to close its doors, but only temporarily. This afternoon, Head of School Dr. James Hutchins sent an e-mail to parents, informing them that school will be closed beginning Monday,

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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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Spring Break Brings Relaxation and Travels

By Madison Gaston Mark your calendars for March 21 to 29 because Spring Break is just around the corner! After two and a half months of hard work this semester, Oak Hall Eagles definitely deserve a break. Spring Break is perfect for students to spend time with family and friends, but many of our students are involved in time-consuming extracurriculars

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Second Semester Calendar

By Mary Madelyn Broom The second semester is just around the corner and The Talon is here with a friendly reminder of some important dates to help finish out this school year strong! January  7 – Teachers return to campus8 – First day back from winter break8-11 – All State Music Conference15 – Last day to withdraw for 2020-21 school year16 –

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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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Thankful to Teachers for Thanksgiving Recipes

By Aiden Wacksman Every Thanksgiving holiday, families across the United States celebrate by making delicious foods for their loved ones. A couple of teachers at Oak Hall have volunteered to share their Thanksgiving entree and dessert recipes. Lower School teacher Kylie Holland’s Maryland Crab Cake recipe: Ingredients: 2 pounds of lump crab meat1 cup of mayonnaise1 eggPinch of paprika2 dashes

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