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Poly is Global Learning & Performing Arts! Check Out Concert Choir's Spring Break 2015 European Trip Blog
3/23/2015

See For Yourself What Our Faculty & Students Saw, Did, Sang, and Learned Abroad 
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Poly is Global Service Learning! Panama Service Trip Blog Up & Running
3/18/2015

Check Out What Poly Faculty and Students Are Doing and Learning as They Perform Global Service in Panama
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Poly Prep is Global Learning! World War I Spring Break Study Abroad Blog, Up & Running
3/16/2015

Check Out What Poly Faculty and Students Are Doing in France As They Encounter History First-Hand
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Woman, Profiled in Andrew Solomon’s "Far From the Tree: Parents, Children and the Search for Identity," Visits Upper School Science of Identity Class
3/9/2015

Dr. Peter Rice (Science) Welcomes Jackie Roth Who Discusses Her Deafness and Her Own Quest for Selfhood and Belonging

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Middle School Students Participate in Pringles Engineering Challenge to Safely Ship Single Potato Chip to Hawaii
3/9/2015

In Math and Technology Classes, 5th Graders Design & Create Protective Packaging From Scratch
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New Faculty Profile: Dr. Virginia Dillon Brings Expertise and Enthusiasm to Upper School History
3/9/2015

Specialist in 17th-Century European History Now Also New Polygon Faculty Advisor
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Poly’s Third Grade Spanish Students Study Mayan Numeric System with Betsy Cake
3/9/2015

In Interdisciplinary Approach, Lower Schoolers Draw on Both Spanish and Math Skills

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Classroom Spotlight: Upper School Students in Gender Studies Through Literature Tackle Post-Modern Fiction
3/9/2015

Students Discuss Issues of Gender, Family, and Death in Don DeLillo’s Novel, White Noise
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Poly Alumna Takes Black Leadership Position at Yale University While Pursuing Business Dreams
3/9/2015
 
Nia Froome ’11, Owner of Mamma Nia’s Vegan Bakery, Driven to Empower Small Businesses

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Diving for a Cause! Poly Alumna Uses Maritime Archaeology to Document Slave Shipwrecks
3/9/2015
 
Justine Benanty ’05, Diver and Archaeologist, Pursues Lifelong Dream While Building Social Awareness

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Saturday, March 28, 2015

School Closed - Spring Break

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Sunday, March 29, 2015

School Closed - Spring Break

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Monday, March 30, 2015

Classes Resume

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Upper School Chapel: Dr. Michael Kimmel
8:30 AM to 9:15 AM
Location: Memorial Chapel
Friday, April 03, 2015

School Closed - Passover and Good Friday

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