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The Sage Play

Friday, April 20, 2018

The Sage Play is a highlight of the year for Grades 3-5 at The Sage School. Students spend several months learning about the elements needed to produce a play from beginning to end. They help create costumes, build and paint sets, plan set changes, suggest blocking, run the lights and music, and control the curtain. … Read More

Sage Music Recital

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Sage hosted its Second Annual Music Recital on April 11 in the Sage Music Room. Students in Grades 1-5 showcased their musical talents in front of an audience comprised of family members and faculty. While many artists played pieces on the piano, others played the violin or sang a favorite song. The Herbs and Spices … Read More

The K Shop

Saturday, April 14, 2018

Entrepreneurs start young at Sage! As part of their unit on economics, Sage’s Kindergarten class recently opened The K Shop where they sold items ranging in cost from 25 cents to $1 to members of the Sage community. The class learned about the process of building a business, first deciding upon items that might be … Read More

Celebrating Diversity Within Our Community

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

One of the more favorite events of the year among community members, Sage’s International Night celebrates the various cultures within the Sage community. Families bring dishes to share, wear festive, traditional attire, and enjoy each other’s company for a night of student performances. International Night 2018, held on April 5, was a joyous event, from … Read More

Science Teachers Publish Article

Monday, April 2, 2018

Lisa Troy and Nitzan Resnick, both middle school science teachers at The Sage School, recently collaborated with scientist Stefan Sievert of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) on an article for Science Scope, a middle school science magazine published by the National Science Teachers Organization (NTSA). The partnership between Dr. Sievert and Sage developed several years ago. … Read More