Morning Message for March 14

Dear Beauvoir Friends, Today is a special day that math lovers (and pie lovers) like to celebrate called Pi Day. Pi is a math term that defines ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. Each year, math fans around the world come together to celebrate this special day! So dive into some math work…

Welcoming Beauvoir’s New Chaplain

Dear Beauvoir Community, We are thrilled to announce the appointment of Beauvoir’s new Chaplain, the Rev. Dr. Lisa Barrowclough. She will join Beauvoir on July 1, 2019. Please click here to read her bio. I offer my deepest gratitude to Rev. Claudia Tielking, our 2018-2019 Interim Chaplain, who has served Beauvoir and the Close community gracefully…

Morning Message for March 13

Good Math Morning! Do you know what an optical illusion is? It is something that tricks the eyes into seeing something more than it really is. Check out the optical illusion below with the Beauvoir Bear in the portrait. How many bears can you count in the picture? Look closely! There may be more than…

Museum Night 2019

Museum Night allows students to take a hands-on approach to learning about cultures from around the world. This year’s focus on South America was filled with foods from the Amazon, life-sized drawings of animals and examples of grand architecture! If you were unable to attend, or if you’d just like to travel the halls again,…

Morning Message for March 12

Dear Friends, Today I need your help with a mystery that I need to solve. Last night, I left my special Beauvoir Bear somewhere in the building and I cannot find him. Someone left me some clues below and I need your help. Let me know if you see him around. I miss him! Love,…