Congratulations to the six NFA students in grades one, three, and four who were winners in the William Jeanes Memorial Library Book Writing Contest. These young authors are being recognized this week in a reception at the library!
The projects and culinary delights are complete and the Sr. James Anthony Hall is beginning to transform for tonight’s First Annual Art Gala sponsored by the NFA Student Council. Thank you to all who helped organize this wonderful event that showcases our staff and student’s outstanding creations.
Yesterday, the Sisters of St. Joseph’s French roots came to life as NFA hosted the Savigny Lions, a 12 year old traveling baseball team from France, as part of the team’s baseball exchange program. The boys experienced NFA’s Signature academic curriculum, unique learning spaces, vibrant NFA community, and even some Philadelphia pizza with our 7th and 8th graders!
This Thursday, NFA is hosting another “Discovery Time for Twos” in the Loft on the Norwood Campus from 9:30-11am. This class gives adults an opportunity to get to know the vibrant NFA school community through an engaging morning filled with music, crafts, play, and snack with their little one (ages 18 months-3). For more information on this special morning, please contact Erin Wallin, Director of Admissions, at 215-247-3811 x204 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We are very excited to host author, Brian Yanish, on Friday, May 6, for students in grades 1-3. Brian will be speaking to the children about his activity book, ScrapKins:Junk Re-Thunk and the benefits of recycling. Attached is the book order that is due to Miss Craige by Friday, April 22, if you would like a signed copy!
Today, we also pray with the Riethmiller family as they experience the passing of Mr. Robert Riethmiller, the grandfather of Mr. Eric Riethmiller’89, and beloved great grandfather of three NFA students.