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    Form II to Washington, D.C.

    Depart at 7:15 am on 3/1/17
    Return on 3/3/17

    Form I: Language Festival

    MacPherson Room
    Begins @ 11:40 lunch and runs through to 3:05pm

    Family Group

    June Schmunk's Office

    Form III: Open Gym Time

    Crew Team Meeting

    MacPherson Room
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    Form II to Washington, D.C.

    Depart at 7:15 am on 3/1/17
    Return on 3/3/17

    School Meeting: Solar Panel Presentation

    Hamilton Chapel

    Form VI Parent Coffee

    Wadsworth Room, Jordan Athletic Center
    Contact: Lora Farkas

    Field Trip: Harvard Slavery Conference

    10 Garden Street, Cambridge
    This event if for Mr. Hegarty's Senior Inquiry Course.
    Contact: Mr. Hegarty
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    Winter Collage Concert

    Hamilton Chapel
    Contact: Mr. Patterson/Mr. Fiori

    ACT Test Prep Class

    E - 3
    Contact: Mrs. Bobo

    SAT Prep Test Class

    E-5
    Contact: Mrs. Bobo
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    School Meeting: Athletic Awards

    Hamilton Chapel

    Michael Rosenfield '91 with The Panel

    MacPherson Room
    Michael is a reporter for NECN. Learn more about him here:
    http://www.necn.com/on-air/about-us/Michael-Rosenfield-369980801.html
    Contact: Mr. Hegarty

    Form IV with Will Slotnick

    Wadsworth Room
    Contact: Donna David

    Form V Lunch

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Mrs. Bobo

    Middle School Community & Diversity Workshop

    Hamilton Chapel
    Presentation by psychologist, poet, and performer - Mykee Fowlin
    Contact: Mr. Collins

    Form I Science Fair

    Science Building, Second Floor
    Contact: Dr. Davis
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    Spring Sports Organizational Meeting

    Campus-wide
    • 5th baseball: Science 3 (Coach McAlpin)
    • 4th baseball: Eliot 7 (Coach Sweeney, Coach Mooney)
    • 3rd baseball: Eliot 2 (Coach Brownell)
    • 5th lacrosse: Form I Study Hall (Coach Curran, Coach English)
    • 4th lacrosse: Eliot 4 (Coach Martellini, Coach McCarthy)
    • 3rd lacrosse: Eliot 3 (Coach Feldman, Coach Carr)
    • Sailing: Morse 17 (Coach Zamore)
    • Crew: Melvoin Commons (Coach Courtney, Coach Wood)
    • Tennis: Morse 7 (Coach Montanaro)
    • Golf: Morse 22 (Coach Doar)
    • Track: Form II Study Hall (Coach Holland)

    Form I: WE LEAD Program with Newton Country Day School

    Newton Country Day School

    Middle School Senate

    MacPherson Room

    Form II: DiGuilio

    Kraft Theatre
    Alcohol education meeting
    Contact: Mrs. David

    Form I with Peer Leaders

    Wadsworth Room, Jordan Athletic Center

    Form III Digital Citizenship Workshop

    Form II Study Hall
    Group 1
    Contact: Mr. Trautz

    Upper School Senate

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Ruth Sweeney

    Varsity Basketball Banquet

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Lora Farkas

    Varsity Hockey Banquet

    Dining Hall
    Contact: Lora Farkas
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    Family Group

    June Schmunk's Office

    TYSK: KURT Personal Struggles

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Suzanne Kaplan

    Form I: Open Gym Time

    Form II: Curriculum Course Selection

    Kraft Theater

    Form III Digital Citizenship Workshop

    Form II Study Hall
    Group 2
    Contact: Eric Smith

    Varsity Squash Banquet

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Lora Farkas

    Wrestling Banquet

    Wadsworth Room, Jordan Athletic Center
    Contact: Lora Farkas

    Parent Course Selection Meeting/Parents Form II & New III

    Form II Study Hall, Melvoin Academic Center
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    School Meeting: Forum

    Hamilton Chapel

    FORM I Event

    MacPherson Room
    Pizza lunch for Form I
    Contact: Dr. Davis
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    Belmont Hill Florida Reception

    Wendy and Lucius T. Hill P '11, '14 cordially invite you to join them and Head of School Rick Melvoin for a Belmont Hill Florida Reception 

    Monday • March 13 • 2017
    6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

    at their home:
    638 Ocean Road
    John’s Island Club
    Vero Beach, Florida
     
    Cocktail Attire
     
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    Junior District Music Festival

    For more information on the audition materials and festival dates, please visit the District website at http://www.northeasterndistrict.org/
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    Junior District Music Festival

    For more information on the audition materials and festival dates, please visit the District website at http://www.northeasterndistrict.org/
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    Junior District Music Festival

    For more information on the audition materials and festival dates, please visit the District website at http://www.northeasterndistrict.org/

    Foundation for Belmont Education Spring Fundraiser

    Jordan Athletic Center
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    BHS-Winsor Crew Opening Dinner

    Wadsworth Room, Jordan Athletic Center
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    School Meeting

    Hamilton Chapel
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    Form I Revisit Day

    Report to MacPherson Room at 7:45 a.m. Parents are invited to stay for coffee. Dismissal at 1:30 p.m. in the Jordan Athletic Center.

    Advisor Homerooms

    Model U N

    MacPherson Room
    Contact: Ms. Zener

    Parents' Council Speaker Series

    Wadsworth Room, Jordan Athletic Center
    With Lynn Lyons 
    6:30 PM Refreshments
    7:00 PM Program
    Contact: Lora Farkas
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    Form II Language Lunch

    MacPherson Room

    Community & Diversity Reception

    Wadsworth Room, Jordan Athletic Center
    6:00 PM - 7:00 PM  hosted by Caleb Collins. This event will feature
    current students, current parents, faculty, and alumni (Wadsworth)

    Admitted Student Reception

    Jordan Athletic Center/Hamilton Chapel
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    Family Group

    June Schmunk's Office

    Crew Parents/Coaches Meeting

    MacPherson Room
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    Form II and Form III Revisit Day

    Report to MacPherson Room at 7:45 a.m. Parents are invited to stay for coffee. Dismissal at 1:30 p.m. in the Jordan Athletic Center.

    Parent Prom Meeting with Winsor

    Wadsworth Room, Jordan Athletic Center
    Contact: Lora Farkas
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