Welcome to the Headmaster's Blog where you'll find updates, thoughts, and events regarding Saint David's School, the education of boys, and other items of interest. This is by no means meant to be a complete account of all that happens at Saint David's. Please refer to the school's website for more complete details -- it's more a Headmaster's musings.


Thursday, November 17, 2016

One Day, Two Great Traditions


Yesterday saw two great Saint David's "competition" traditions: The Math Bowl and Turkey Run.


The Math Bowl challenges four teams of our boys in Grades Five through Eight to solve a series of problems with a wide range in difficulty. The Archimedeans, Newtonians, and Euclideans all did well--they know their math! However, the Pythagoreans emerged as the winners.


At around the same time, in Riverside Park, our second graders were running in the 450-meter race that marks the arrival of the season at Saint David's, our annual Turkey Run. Cheered on by their families, coaches, and teachers, the boys flew through the park, all smiles and speed. They had prepared hard in sports classes for this race and were ready.

It was a fun and challenging morning for the boys!



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