On the morning of Friday, June 11th, the Pamela McLean Graduation Garden was host to yet another beautiful ceremony. After a full school year of in-person learning, the entire eighth grade gathered with their families to celebrate their successes. Faculty felt a sense of joy and relief as they watched happy and healthy students receive their diplomas.
On Thursday, June 3rd, we welcomed our families to the TPS campus for coffee and conversation with incoming Head of School, Stuart Johnson.
Although this year was abundantly different than past years, our students and their excitement for Field Day didn’t skip a beat.
This year’s theme was Birds of a Feather. Pre-K through grade 6th grade stitched, painted, and collaged many kinds of birds in both two and three-dimensional projects.
On May 12, Second Grade put on their annual class play in the graduation garden with their families as their audience.
On Friday, May 7, our students’ grandparents joined us on Zoom for a special, robust concert, then each virtually visited their grandchildren’s classrooms.
On Monday, April 26, Tuxedo Park School held a contact-free Lemonade Stand Against Racism. All proceeds have been donated to Color of Change and Asian Americans Advancing Justice (AAAJ), two organizations that aim to advance human rights for Black and Asian communities, as well as create a more just and equitable society for all.
On Monday, April 5, under the watchful, and sometimes anxious eyes of parents, teachers, fellow students, and staff (on Zoom) 5-8thgrade students competed for the coveted prize of being named champion for 2021.
Students are curious about Mr. Johnson and their questions range from what his favorite animal and childhood role models are, to his passions and hobbies.