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Meredith Godley Named Associate Head of School and Academic Dean

Head of School Julia de la Torre made the following announcement to the school community on January 15: I am pleased to announce that Upper School Director Meredith Godley will transition to the position of Associate Head of School and Academic Dean, effective July 1. Meredith will replace Chris Kimberly who was appointed Head of School at… Read More
January 16, 2020

Jalen Patel ’20 Wins Excellence in Science Award from Delaware Valley Science Council

Jalen Patel ’20 has received an Excellence in Science Award from the Delaware Valley Science Council (DVSC). Jalen advanced through several stages of the DVSC’s annual Awards Program, including a finalist interview on October 19; his award includes a $300 prize. The winners were announced on December 23. From the DVSC: “The DVSC works towards… Read More
January 13, 2020

MFS Presents Fox Tots “Parent & Me” Program

On Wednesday, January 29, Moorestown Friends School will kick off Fox Tots, a five-week program designed for children ages 2.5 to 5 and their parents. Fox Tots is designed to generate curiosity and imagination while providing parents/guardians the opportunity to meet highly qualified MFS teachers and experience our engaging curriculum alongside their child. Dates: Wednesdays, January 29,… Read More
January 10, 2020

Students Create Historical Quilt for Mock Primary Election

Click here to view additional photos.  Throughout the festivities of the 16th Mock Primary Election (MPE) on Tuesday, audiences will view a stunning work of collaborative art. Upper School students in Eliza McFeely’s minor course, MPE Quilt, created a quilt entitled The Face of America over several months; it will hang behind candidates and speakers… Read More
January 10, 2020

MFS Gearing Up for 16th Mock Primary Election – Tuesday, January 14

Continuing a 60-year quadrennial tradition, the 16th MFS Mock Primary Election (MPE) will be held Tuesday, January 14. Students in grades 5-12 will participate in a full slate of activities throughout the day. The event will include the traditional entrance parade, political speeches from the candidates, final campaigning efforts, and educational workshops. Workshops will cover… Read More
January 9, 2020

A Recap of the 2019 Soul Food Fest

Soul Food Fest is an event run by the Martin Luther King, Jr. Club on the last day before Winter Break. Upper School students and teachers come together in the D’Olier room, eat traditional soul food and potluck dishes, and share in each other’s company. This year’s Soul Food Fest took place on Friday, December… Read More
January 6, 2020

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