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    Boys' Varsity Tennis vs. Sienna

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    Boys' V Tennis vs The Siena School

    Varsity Ultimate Frisbee

    Home
    Co-ed V Ultimate Frisbee vs Maret School

    Varsity Track and Field at Hebrew Academy

    Away
    Boys' & Girls' Track & Field vs Hebrew Academy
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    MS Baseball @ Charles E Jewish Day School

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    Boys' MS Baseball vs Charles E Smith Jewish Day School
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    Boys' Varsity Tennis vs. WIS

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    Boys' V Tennis vs Washington International School

    Golf @ SSFS

    Canceled
    Away

    Ultimate Frisbee @ Latin

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    Girls Varsity Lacrosse @ Wilson

    Away
    Girls' V/JV Lacrosse vs Woodrow Wilson High School
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    Girls' Varsity Lacrosse @ Brookewood

    Canceled
    Neutral
    Girls' V/JV Lacrosse vs Brookewood School
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    Boys' Varsity Baseball @ St. Anselms

    Canceled
    Away
    Boys' V Baseball vs St. Anselm's Abbey School

    Prom

    Open to all Field juniors and seniors - details to come
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    CLUE: Opening Night

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    S - Theater - S101
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    CLUE: Student Matinee

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    S - Theater - S101

    Theater Seasonal

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    Studio Day

    CLUE: Studio Day Show

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    S - Theater - S101
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    CLUE: Closing Show

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    S - Theater - S101

    Strike - All Called

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    Environmental Science Field Trip

    LOCATION: Potomac & Anacostia Rivers
    PARTNERS: Anacostia Watershed Society
    PADDLING OUTING: Our goal within the river component of this Environmental Science course is to provide a safe, but challenging environment for students to develop their leadership skills, while encouraging a sustainable form of environmental and wilderness ethic. In addition, students can gain a greater appreciation for both the Potomac and Anacostia Rivers and their resources above and beyond what other students experience during their time in the physical classroom on campus. My hope is that all of the Environmental Science  students will leave the Field school with a well-informed understanding of the Potomac and Anacostia Rivers. I also believe that students will gain skills that can be carried over into life-long recreation and a stronger appreciation of the outdoors. 
     
     

    US Track PVAC Championships

    Rescheduled
    Home
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    Social Justice Field Trip

    Varsity Track & Field

    Neutral
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    7th Grade Science Field Trip

    PVAC Golf Championships

    Neutral
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    SGA Co-Executive Elections

    Meeting House

    Film Festival

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    English 11 Field Trip

    Private Event

    AISGW Women's Leadership Initiative Reception
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    Field Day

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