End-of-Year Activities Lighten the Stress of Final Assessments

During the last two weeks of school while the pressure of final assessments heated up, students enjoyed participating in activities that strengthened the community through laughter and light-hearted fun, including a tea party with students from Mother Teresa Regional School, a surprise visit from an ice cream truck, and a mother and daughter breakfast, and an advisory painting activity

On the day before final assessments began, students met in their advisory groups to visually represent their advisory experience this year.

On the day before final assessments began, students met in their advisory groups to visually represent their advisory experience this year.

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Students dressed up as beloved childhood characters to entertain students from Mother Teresa Regional School during the Pinkies Up Princess Tea Party on May 28. Photo by Melissa Whelan.

Members of the service club dressed up as beloved childhood characters to entertain students from Mother Teresa Regional School for the club’s Pinkies Up Princess Tea Party on May 28. Photo by Melissa Whelan.

 

The student body president and vice-president arranged for a surprise visit from an ice cream truck on May 29.

The student body president and vice-president arranged for a surprise visit from an ice cream truck on May 29. Photo by Melissa Whelan.

Students gathered for the Mother and Daughter Breakfast hosted by the Parents Association on May 31 at The Riverhouse at Rumson Country Club.

Students gathered for the Mother and Daughter Breakfast hosted by the Parents Association on May 31 at The Riverhouse at Rumson Country Club. Photo courtesy of Brigid Clifford.

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