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Concert in the... Early Childhood Commons!
Ranae Butler, Fine Arts Department Chair

This morning's cool weather warranted a change of venue: Our Concert in the Garden event was temporarily re-named "Concert in the Early Childhood Commons"! But the children's bright smiles and the musicians' full notes warmed the halls and made for a magnificent concert nonetheless. This was the second installment of Concert in Lily's Garden, and this year, it was part of National Arts in Education Week...

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Canterbury School Celebrates National Arts in Education Week
Ranae Butler, Fine Arts Department Chair

Canterbury School is celebrating National Arts in Education Week, Sept. 9 – 15! The US House of Representatives designated the second week in September as National Arts in Education Week in 2010, with the intent of showcasing the transformative power of the arts. To celebrate, Canterbury School students will stretch themselves creatively, explore ways to communicate, and create original content. In addition to regular Fine Arts classes, students from...

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Author Visit: Lola Schaefer
Taylor Feighner, Digital Marketing/Communications Specialist

We have a special guest arriving in October! On Oct. 1 and 2, 2018, children's author Lola Schaefer will visit and speak with Canterbury School students in the Early Childhood, Lower School and Middle School divisions. Schaefer has written more than 280 books for children, including picture books, easy readers and novelty books. An experienced speaker, she excites students with personal stories and shares writing tips she's developed during her career as a writer.

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Each Person Matters
Jessica Morales, Director of Enrollment Management

This is more than just a billboard, a hashtag or a catchphrase. This is a story – many stories, in fact. And, all stories lead back to a special place found on Covington and Smith Roads in Fort Wayne, Ind., where each fiber is navy blue and white, where each action is filled with integrity and where each person matters.

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Cherry Blossom Festival "Can You Haiku?" Poetry Content Finalists
Canterbury School

On Sunday, May 20, the Fort Wayne Cherry Blossom Festival shared traditional and contemporary Japanese culture with Northeast Indiana residents, including a "Can You Haiku?" poetry contest. Several Canterbury Lower School students entered the contest and were selected as finalists. Canterbury Lower School Finalists were...

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Concert in the... Early Childhood Commons!

This morning's cool weather warranted a change of venue: Our Concert in the Garden event was temporarily re-named "Concert in the Early Childhood Commons"! But the children's bright smiles and the musicians' full notes warmed the halls and made for a magnificent concert nonetheless. This was the second installment of Concert in Lily's Garden, and this year, it was part of National Arts in Education Week...

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In The Spotlight

Happy chatter mixes with the sounds of drills and hammers in Canterbury Middle School's new MakerSpace. Students work independently, tinkering with their own designs or grabbing a project kit. Bob Brothers, science teacher, is the MakerSpace expert in residence, ready to answer questions. The MakerSpace provides another opportunity for students to develop STEAM skills - Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Math.