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Bob Gale ’67 – The Antique Designer April 19, 2017

Bob Gale

Residing on three acres alongside the Upper Mississippi River Wildlife Refuge in Alma, WI, Bob Gale is settling into a... Read More

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New Type of Thinking Solves Problems During Intensive Learning April 19, 2017

Design Thinking

By Andrew Rowan ’19, Marketing and Communications Student Intern Drowning in post-it notes, magic markers, play-doh, Lincoln logs, and more,... Read More

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Students Question the Role of Cabinets of Curiosities in American History April 13, 2017

Cabinets of Curiosities

Most academics never have an opportunity to examine Ben Franklin’s personal annotated copy of the Constitution. But the students in... Read More

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MFS Offers New Summer Tot Scholars Program for 3- and 4-year-olds April 13, 2017

Tot Scholars

A new MFS Summer Programs offering in 2017 is Tot Scholars for three- and four-year-old children. All sessions take place... Read More

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Coding Teacher Liz Kahn Teaches “Code Like A Girl” Workshop for #LEADLIKEAGIRL Conference April 12, 2017

Code Like A Girl

LS and Grade 5 Coding Teacher Liz Kahn led a hands-on workshop for students, parents, and teachers entitled Code Like... Read More

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From Philadelphia Inquirer: Moorestown Friends siblings picked for Maccabiah Games April 12, 2017

From Philadelphia Inquirer, April 8, 2017 By Phil Anastasia Charlotte Stern never had to travel beyond the basketball court in... Read More

Diana Day Teaches Teens WordPress at WordCamp Lancaster April 10, 2017

Diana Day

Academic Technology Coordinator and Portal Content Director Diana Day was a featured speaker at WordCamp Lancaster, a conference that focuses... Read More

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New MFS Summer Sports Programs – Fencing, Soccer, Tennis, and More! March 29, 2017

In 2017, Moorestown Friends School Summer Programs will work in collaboration with a number of highly reputable sports academies —... Read More

Liam Schenk ’19 Selected to Compete in Chinese Bridge Speech Contest March 23, 2017

Chinese Bridge Speech Contest

Sophomore Liam Schenk has been selected as one of 24 finalists to compete in the 12th Chinese Bridge Speech Contest... Read More

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Learning about Industrial Revolution Inventions… Shark Tank Style March 22, 2017

By Andrew Rowan ’19, Marketing and Communications Student Intern There may not be dramatic music playing as students enter the... Read More

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