This Week: December 8

Tuesday, December 9
10:55 – Announcement Assembly
Evening event:
7:00pm – Applied Arts Musical Recital – Franklin Theater
Wednesday, December 10
10:05-10:25 – during break –  in the children’s reading area in the back of the Library.
Breathing meditation: For any Upper School student or faculty/staff alike – feeling like a pause would be helpful to keep a clear headed and open hearted through the business of life stresses? Come sit and practice a simple breathing meditation hosted by novice, aspiring meditator – Mimi Olins.
Evening event:
7:00pm – Applied Arts Musical Recital – Franklin Theater
Thursday, December 11 
11:00 – Lunch
11:25 – Assembly – Special speaker – Alum Jed Morfit 92′ – Sculptor
Please stop by the gallery to view his show before or after assembly.
Evening events:

6:00 pm Poetry Reading by five members of the Waynflete community: Students Fox Maasch and Julian Ireland; Faculty  John Hoy, Jim Millard, and Jeri Theriault. Constellation Gallery at 511 Congress St., in Portland.

7:00pm – Applied Arts Musical Recital – Franklin Theater
Friday, December 12 
11:00-11:55 – National Geographic Student Expeditions and Putney Student Travel. They offer a wide variety of programs for upper school students including Community Service in Latin America, Asia, and Africa as well as Language Learning in Europe and Latin America.  Reps will be in the Atrium.
For more information you can visit their websites, www.goputney.com and www.ngstudentexpeditions.com. Pick up one of their catalogs and ask them any questions you have while they are here in person!
11:35-11:55 – in the children’s reading area in the back of the Library.
Breathing meditation: For any Upper School student or faculty/staff alike – feeling like a pause would be helpful to keep a clear headed and open hearted through the business of life stresses? Come sit and practice a simple breathing meditation hosted by novice, aspiring meditator – Mimi Olins.
Saturday, December 13 
7:00am-10:00am
As you plan out your community service commitment this year, please consider joining a Waynflete group to serve together at Preble Street Resource Center for the breakfast shift at the soup kitchen.
And in case you are worried you don’t have time as exams approach, check out the research that says volunteering is good for your health, your heart, your happiness level!
RSVP to Lydia or Holly to receive reminder emails and details.