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SAS Newsletter: 2023 January 20, Noxontown News

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In this edition of Noxontown News, there are videos of students relieving exam pressure with lunchtime competitions, visitors for the Payson Arts Lecture and the Haroldson Masterclass Concert, and pictures of weekend fun with SAISL and Open Mic Night..

SAS Newsletter: 2022 April 29, Noxontown News

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By this issue, the campus is back in Green Status. The V Form hosted a Phone-Free Weekend. The school celebrated Earth Day with environmental activities. The Andrean Ensemble returned from Puerto Rico.

SAS Newsletter: 2022 May 27, Noxontown News

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The school year is starting to wrap up. In this issue, we have images from Arts Weekend, Stotesbury, lacrosse and tennis tournaments. The school welcomes the new Dean of Inclusion and Belonging Danica Tisdale Fisher.

SAS Newsletter: 2022 September 9, Noxontown News

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This is the first issue of Noxontown News for the 2022-2023 school year. There are images of sports pre-season, move-in day and the square dance. There is also mention of the Moss-Pell dormitory renovation.

SAS Newsletter: 2022 March 25, Noxontown News

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This is the first Noxontown News after the move to Green Status was announced (no more masks). The school celebrated the Hindu festival of spring, Holi. Ukrainian student Zhenia Khalabadzhakh '22 led a touching vigil for her war-torn homeland.

SAS newsletter: 2022 October 21, Noxontown News

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In this edition of Noxontown News, Communications Director Liz Torrey reintroduces the idea of an opening letter to kick off Noxontown News communications, which was a practice that fell by the wayside during COVID...

SAS Newsletter: 2022 November 4, Noxontown News

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Our new Dean of Inclusion and Belonging, Danica Tisdale Fisher, introduces herself in this Noxontown News opening letter. There are pictures of Parents Weekend, Halloween, and our chapel services...

SAS Newsletter: 2022 February 11, Noxontown News

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This Noxontown News features the annual Polar Bear Plunge in Rehoboth. Margaret Young ’24 and Channing Malkin ’24 introduced the Red Sand Project to the school. The swim team takes a dive into the first snow of the year.

SAS Newsletter: 2022 December 2, Noxontown News

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Religious Studies teacher Terence Gilheany (P'24 & '26) opens this Noxontown News with a letter that celebrates the growth that a St. Andrean might go through during any given stage of their experience at the school...

SAS Newsletter: 2022 January 28, Noxontown News

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This Noxontown News shared photos from the whole school's "staycation." In an effort to minimize exposure to COVID, Winter Long Weekend was a closed weekend on campus. The school also had their annual MLK celebration and workshops.

SAS Newsletter: 2022 December 14, Noxontown News

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This edition of Noxontown News sends us into Winter Break. All the classic holiday events are captured: The Nutcracker, the holiday orchestra concert, gingerbread house competition, the carol shout, etc...

SAS Newsletter: 2022 January 14, Noxontown News

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The upcoming long weekend will be a closed weekend, but SWAG put together a fun-filled weekend. Brandon Graves '22, Zhenia Khalabadzhakh '22 and Liam Hurtt '22 made waves in the athletic world. Squash held an intramural tournament.

SAS Newsletter: 2022 April 8, Noxontown News

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Green status was short lived. The campus returned to Orange Status. Andy Horowitz was the featured speaker at the Levinson Lecture. The campus welcomed 150 grandparents for Grandparents Day. Faculty child Logan Harris was born...

SAS Newsletter: 2022 April 15, Noxontown News

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In this edition of Noxontown News, we welcomed our new Athletic Director Neil Cunningham. The dice were rolling at Casino Night. Ms. McGrath announced a free day. The Andreans left for Puerto Rico.

SAS Newsletter: 2021 October 29, Noxontown News

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In this issue of Noxontown News, Brandon Graves '22 and Mike Lilley '22 were recognized as Delaware Athlete of the Week. Parents Weekend was a success. The students engaged in various fall activities.

SAS Newsletter: 2021 November 12, Noxontown News

2021
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This issue of Noxontown News is prepping students for Thanksgiving Break with exit and re-entry COVID protocols. Lily Murphy '23 featured as the Athlete of the Week. Soccer headed to the State Tournament.

SAS Newsletter: 2021 January 29, Noxontown News

2021
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In this issue of Noxontown News, we got a sneak peek at the virtual rehearsal process for the winter musical, Annie. There was a virtual Library Trivia, featuring alums and family members. Becca Stevens spoke at a Wednesday night chapel.

SAS Newsletter: 2021 February 12, Noxontown News

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Religious Advocacy Initiative organized a Forum on Religious Environmentalism. Special Olympics Delaware held their annual Polar Bear Jump virtually this year, and Headmaster Tad Roach jumped in on the fun.

SAS Newsletter: 2021 March 26, Noxontown News

2021
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The winter musical's production of "Annie" kicked off this issue of Noxontown News. There are in-class photos from Ms. Pressman's AS Histories of Hate class, Mr. Rehrig's chemistry class, Ms. Hastings' and Ms. Reddy's English classes, Dr...

SAS Newsletter: 2021 April 2, Noxontown News

2021
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Headmaster Tad Roach posted a notice about a virtual Arts Weekend. The traditional Arts Weekend would actually be split into two weekends. There are in-class photos from Sra. Davila's Spanish 4, Ms. Klecan's Geometry, Mrs. Hurtt's English 1, Mr...

SAS Newsletter: 2021 May 7, Noxontown News

2021
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Issue contains news and notes of happenings and upcoming events. An Admission's summary for 2020-2021 is offered. Classroom pictures, indoors and outside. Spring sports are represented with photos from girls soccer, boys lacrosse, tennis and crew...

SAS Newsletter: 2021 April 9, Noxontown News

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Yaa Gyasi "visited" campus. The students participated in a Holi celebration, throwing colorful powders at each other. Advisories met up for food and bonding. Students had some rainy day fun sliding down the gully hill on Dining Hall trays.