3rd Graders Making Real World Change!

The 3rd graders in Ms. Carlson and Ms. Toppin’s class have some opinions they would like to share! As part of a student-led lesson on persuasive writing, each student researched a topic they were interested in and wrote an essay to convince the reader of their position! Ms. Carlson and Ms. Toppin then challenged students…

85th Anniversary Spotlight: A Special Alumni Visit

Once a Beauvoir bear, always a Beauvoir bear! For Brewster Taylor, class of ’59, being a part of the Beauvoir family means something extra special; his grandmother was our first Head of School, Elizabeth Glascock Taylor. Today we were honored to welcome Mr. Taylor for a Beauvoir visit. Much has changed since he was a…

Morning Message for April 3

Good Morning Mathematicians! Are you ready to receive your first springtime stumper? I’ve been waiting two weeks to bring this one to you! Love, Mrs. Gibbs-Wilborn On the first day of spring, I went outside and gathered some objects for my nature box. I found one rock, a tree branch, a leaf and a log….

Annual carnival-themed spring break camp!

Spring break has included popcorn, snow cones, and a carnival for the families and friends who came out to enjoy Beauvoir’s annual carnival-themed spring break camp! Nearly 30 children chipped in to make this event a success by planning and building the carnival games out of recyclables and then decorating the dining room for an…

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…