By Lola Burlingame
Summer is the absolute BEST time to read because of the sunshine, lack of obligations, and overall fear that Boredom will snatch you up from your windowsill (yes, that was a The Thief of Always reference). But what really is the meaning behind OES summer reading?
Last Friday, OES Sophomore Athena Hsu-Chen led OES students to protest at City Hall as part of the Portland Youth Climate Strike.
Community Board Candidates
By Vivek Mittal-Henkle
Through curiosity and inquiry, OES students learn how to be problem solvers and proponents of justice. Senior exit interviews provide OES the opportunity to learn from its students. OES is bringing them back after two years.
After preparing at super speed last minute, I am proud to say that our one and only OBOB team (consisting only of freshmen) got second place this year at regionals!
The number of Anti-LGBTQ+ laws being introduced, passed, and enacted throughout state legislatures in the United States is concerning.
Thank you to all who responded with your small, happy moments! Read them below.
OES has recently been interviewing potential teachers for the next school year. My classmates and I were part of that process. Here are my thoughts.
Anna Blake Patrick
After rising to the challenge of becoming the Interim Head of Upper School during the midst of a global pandemic and a social justice crisis, Sarah Grenert-Funk has far and away earned her new position as Head of Upper School.