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10th Anniversary Event

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Our gala anniversary reception February 20 at The Carriage House was a beautiful evening, attended by nearly 200 school supporters, faculty, staff, and students, almuni, and their families. Presentations by our special guests, The Rev. Dan Heischman, Executive Director of the National Association of Episcopal Schools, and The Rev. John H. Finley, Head of Epiphany School in Dorchester, Massachusetts, and …

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Science Fair 2016

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Young Imago Dei scientists and engineers showed their stuff February 18. Their project displays were the culmination of weeks of planning, research, analysis, and information design. Congratulations to our scholars, and to the teachers and mentors who advised. Nicely done!

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Shrove Tuesday (Mardi Gras) 2016 at Imago Dei

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On February 9, Imago Dei Chaplain Rev. Susan Anderson-Smith led our scholars in the traditional Mardi Gras observances of eating King Cake and burning last year’s Palm Sunday palms at Amory Park to make ashes for Ash Wednesday. Strings of carnival beads were another traditional touch as everyone said “goodbye to the flesh” and prepared for the beginning of Lent.

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Christmas Party 2015

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Thanks to Santa’s Helpers, Tucson Police Department Communications Division, and Pappas Kids School House Foundation, all of our kids received gifts, a jacket, and gifts for all their siblings at a party at the school December 17. It was a very fine time.

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Intuit volunteers help 8th graders learn and earn at farmers market

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  Volunteers from the Innovation Catalyst Team at Intuit’s Tucson site have been working with our 8th graders for the past several years developing Community Outreach projects that allow our students to make Tucson greener and show off their organic gardening skills in the form of bedding plants adapted to local gardens. Taking their work to market, as they did recently …