The week before our Easter Break, we experienced the new beginning of life in our middle school science class. Eggs in an incubator resulted in fourteen adorable chicks. From our youngest students to our oldest staff, everyone was feeling like a proud parent!
During Holy Week, we were reminded of the ultimate sacrifice that Jesus made when our eighth graders poignantly demonstrated the Stations of the Cross. Our Linton Hall School community came to together in somber humility as we witnessed Jesus’ agonizing road to the cross that was the end of His physical life. Although many of us were moved to tears, we were comforted by the promise of Easter and a new beginning.
Our reapplication process is winding down, and this brings on the anticipation of another new beginning…it is that of a new school year! Our phones are ringing, tours of new families occupy the halls, and we welcome potential new classmates into the classroom. How exciting it is to add new family members to our wonderful community! If you are visiting our website for the first time, and you are looking for a new beginning for your child, please visit us for our Open House on Sunday, April 10 at 1:00. We would love to meet you!
As we return from Easter Break, rested and refreshed, we anticipate what new beginnings await us in the last ten weeks of the school year. Yellow polo shirts, A Night at the Museum, Grandparents Day, LHS Gala, girls soccer games, May Crowning, Spring Play, Music in the Parks, Field Days, and PreK, Kindergarten and Eighth Grade Graduations (just to name a few) are all new beginnings and we look forward to sharing all of them with you!