Thanks so much to all of you who were able to join us this week as the Arkansas Department of Education and the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History recognized Ms. Martene Campbell as our state's History Teacher of the Year.
With forty-nine stolen bases so far in his baseball career, Wildcat athlete Ty Lazzari is already a record breaker, and he hasn't even played his senior season yet. However, he's not just drawn attention from the state for his baseball play. In addition to being the best base runner in Wildcat baseball history, he's also the school's starting quarterback for the football team, and an outstanding golfer.
Last weekend, six students traveled to the Saints Classic Debate Tournament in Jackson, Mississippi to compete in a National Debate Circuit Tournament. Brennen Beck, Olivia Curtis, Hezekiah King, Alex Martin, Olivia Parker, and Sophie Reynolds all competed in Congressional Debate with Alex, Brennen, and Sophie advancing to finals.
Wednesday, October 10th, the Episcopal ninth grade class participated in a service learning project that took them to the McAlmont neighborhood in North Little Rock.
Episcopal Collegiate Fine and Performing Arts Department presented their Fall Concert featuring the Episcopal Collegiate Choirs and Orchestra.
The first grade students in Mrs. Keener's class have been raising their own Monarch Butterflies for almost two months, and last week, they set six of them free.