Remembering Elanor Cato

Last week the Beauvoir community had an unexpected loss in the death of beloved teacher, Mrs. Elanor Cato. To honor Mrs. Cato’s life, all are welcome to a Memorial Service on Friday, November 15 at 11:00 a.m. in The Washington National Cathedral. Following the service, there will be a reception with remembrances held in the…

Being Known

Famous by Naomi Shihab Nye The river is famous to the fish. The loud voice is famous to silence, which knew it would inherit the earth before anybody said so. The cat sleeping on the fence is famous to the birds watching him from the birdhouse. The tear is famous, briefly, to the cheek. The…

2019 Fall Festival

As we move into our second month of school it was such a welcome sight to look down onto the turf field and behold families from all grades eating, playing and enjoying the fall weather together. This year’s Fall Festival brought face painting, pumpkin decorating, candy apples, moon bounces, and so much more, but most…

First Chapel of the Year for First, Second and Third Grades!

Chapel service not only gives students leadership opportunities⁠—as readers, acolytes, or ⁠even a special Jr. Greeter— but also allows God to know us better as Rev. Barrowclough explained in her first 1-3 grade chapel homily on Friday!

Annual Third Grade Hemlock Visit

Our third grade friends had a whole day of outdoor adventure last Friday at the annual Hemlock field trip with campfires, fossils and, of course, friends!