Moorestown Friends School E-News - February 10, 2012
Follow MFS on Twitter! | MFS Has Great Success at Model U.N. Conference
Evans Reaches 1,000-point Mark | MFS Presents Twelfth Night
Concussion Panel at MFS To Feature Tim Young, M.D., '88 | Photos
Thursday, March 15, 6-8 p.m.
The Union League 140
South Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
This is a great opportunity to say farewell
to Associate Head of School/Academic Dean Barbara Rose
Caldwell, who is retiring after 19 years as a teacher
and administrator at MFS. Please join us for a gathering of
Philadelphia alumni, along with a school update provided by
Head of School Larry Van Meter ’68.
For directions and parking information, visit www.unionleague.org.
Save the Date! Festivities will include a grand opening of
the new classroom building on the Greenleaf property. Reunion years
are class years ending in 7s and 2s.
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Model U.N. Has Banner Weekend at Ivy League Conference
|From left: sophomore Dante Bucci, junior Joe Kiernan, MS/US
History Teacher Joel Hager, senior Doug Adair.
Friends School (MFS) students attended the Ivy
League Model United Nations Conference in Philadelphia
from January 26 – 29. The Foxes competed against over 3,000
students from 102 schools from as far away as China, Brazil,
and Lebanon. All 16 MFS delegates represented the nation of Japan.
students received awards during the conference. Senior and Model
UN Co-President Doug Adair completed his
MFS Model U.N. career securing "Best Delegate Award" on the United
Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR). He garnered six
Model U.N. awards over the past four years. Junior and Model
U.N. Vice President Joe Kiernan also
received the "Best Delegate Award" for his work on the UNHCR,
and sophomore Dante Bucci received "Best
Delegate Award" representing Japan on the United Nations International
Strategy for Disaster Relief. In addition, Moorestown Friends
School was also honored with the "Best Small Delegation Award." Middle
School/Upper School History Teacher Joel Hager is
the Model U.N. advisor.
Senior Kelcie Evans Surpasses 1,000 Career Point Mark
With a long three-pointer at Haddon Heights
on Saturday, senior Kelcie Evans reached the
1,000-point mark for her career. She now stands at 1,023 points
entering today's game vs. Doane Academy. The last MFS athlete
to reach the 1,000-point mark was Katie Stutz in
MFS Presents Shakespeare's Twelfth Night - March 2-3
go on sale Wednesday, February 15 for the MFS spring production
of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night on
Friday, March 2 and Saturday, March 3 at 7 p.m. in the Auditorium. All
seats are reserved and can be purchased in Stokes Hall between
7:45 a.m. - 4:15 p.m. on school days. No refunds or exchanges.
Tickets are sold first come/first served: Adults/Seniors: $12;
|A scene from Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, by William
Red and Blue Club To Host Panel Discussion on Concussions
March 5, at 7 p.m., the Red and Blue Club is hosting a panel
discussion on concussions in the Dining Hall Commons. The two
panel members are Head Athletic Trainer Kevin Cauley and
alumnus Tim Young, M.D., ’88 who is the
Director of Brain Injury Rehabilitation at Magee Rehabilitation
(he was also a silver medalist in men's rowing at the 1996 Atlanta
take attendees through the process of what happens from the initial
injury and on-field assessment to the process of returning to
competition. Kevin will also speak about the NJSIAA regulations
talk about the rehabilitation process, trends and tools that
are available to help diagnose and treat concussions.
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