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 1

Dear Students, We made it to March!! Are you ready for another weekend? Did you enjoy learning about some of our South American animal friends this week? I have one more for you to learn about. This feathered animal is both the National Bird AND the National Animal of Ecuador: The Andean Condor THE NATIONAL…

Morning Message for February 28

Good Morning Friends, Did you know that there is an animal that lives in Peru that is part of the camel family? It is known for its soft fur, which people gather to make into fine fabrics. They are the smallest members of the camel family and live in small groups of about 10 animals….

Morning Message for February 27

Happy Math Morning! Are you ready to learn about another National Animal that some of you may be studying? It is the National Animal of Brazil. I am going to give you some math clues below to see if you can guess the name of this creature! THE NATIONAL ANIMAL OF BRAZIL This animal can…

Morning Message for February 26

Happy Tuesday, Friends! Our Global Studies Night is almost here! I can see that you are learning many new things about the countries and regions you are studying. This week I thought I would take some time to learn about some of the animals that are legendary to the countries you learned about. THE NATIONAL…