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Welcome to school!

School is in session!

To our returning students, welcome back! To our new students, we are so happy to have you! Thank you all for choosing Delphi Academy.

The first day of school is always exciting and full of things to see and new friends to make.  After an orientation of the school, students and teachers got into the swing of things and they were off!

Diving into reading, writing, PE and seminars it is clear that they take the subject of learning seriously.  We are very proud of our faculty and most thrilled with our incredible student body.  We look forward to seeing all the amazing things they will produce in the coming months.

It was a great first day and here’s to a wonderful year! 

Ashley Arruda studies with her classmates in Miss Trista's class.

Malik Ulysse and Lindsay Rene read their new checksheet.

Miss Rita's class plays during PE.

Miss Sibo helps Chais Williams and Sasha Shulkin with their writing.

Tristan Simmonds-Jones relaxes after art class.


Delphi Dispatch – August 2011

Click to view the whole Newsletter. Summer Camp highlights on page two!


Field Day and Cookout Summer 2011!!

He did it again! Jovan Joseph-Lacet turned our field day into the cook-out of the summer! With the help of some amazing parents, everyone enjoyed burgers, hot dogs, chicken tenders and wings, ribs, fruit, salad – what more could a camper ask for?  Homemade macaroni and cheese and the best Vietnamese egg rolls you’ll ever have – made by Kimmy Le’s mother and grandmother!

After everyone feasted it was time for the fun and games to begin! Every class had a blast with water the balloon toss, relay races and many other thrilling challenges.  Our field day was a great one. Thank you to everyone who helped! 

Jovan Joseph-Lacet, Vivens Ulysse and Amion Chinodakufa are ready to get to work!

The balloon toss! Don't let your balloon break!

Taylor Mendes and Imani Joseph-Lacet pass a dripping sponge in the sponge relay race!

Daiva and Adrian's classes play the "Clean Your Room" game!


Easton Children’s Museum

Our youngest campers ages 3, 4 and 5 piled onto the bus this past Tuesday, August 9th and made their way to the Easton Children's Museum. 

 

The Children's Museum is a fun, interactive and exciting place to visit.  The face painting station was a huge hit! But squeals of delight could also be heard from every other exhibit.  From the theater where colorful costumes were donned to the pole climbing where true grit was the name of the game, everyone had a fantastic time. 

 

We definitely can't wait to visit the museum again soon!

 

Savannah Eutsay in her costume at the theater!

 

Campers put their makeup on at the face painting station.

 

Catalina Abboud's finished product! What a great job!

 

James Courtney climbs the fireman's pole!


New England Aquarium comes to Delphi!

We might as well have been fish in the water because today everyone got to see, touch and learn about aquatic wildlife!

There were snails and mussels, scallops and star fish and even a horseshoe crab! Lower school students got to see just how a sea star eats its food through one of its two mouths! Catalina helped demonstrate with a colorful costume!

You know it’s a good day when you travel the ocean blue right from your classroom!

Touching sea stars!

Catalina Abboud as a sea star!

Sibo's class learns about horseshoe crabs!

Solana Selinger-Baptist and the horseshoe crab!


Animal Adventures!

Dynasia Evans-Goode holds a tropical parrot!

Julien Joseph, Mia Ortiz and Rhodes Lee help hold a giant python!

Shaylan Chawda touches a boa constrictor!

 

On August 2nd our students were treated to New England's traveling animal show – Animal Adventures!

From the tame and playful parrot to the long and colorful snake, each student got to meet, pet and befriend some amazing animals!

They learned fun facts about each creature whether it had paws, claws or no legs at all! Who needs to go to the zoo when Animal Adventures brings them right to you!  


Delphi Dispatch – July 2011

Click to view the whole Newsletter. Summer Camp highlights on page two!


Parents’ Day 2011

 

On Saturday, June 11th, over 500 people, with standing room only, attended this year's spectacular Parents' Day celebration.  Amazing performances and inspiring graduates made this, as always, the best day of the year.


Bike-A-Thon!

This year's Bike-A-Thon was a success!! Our students raised over $20,000 in sponsors for our new Science Lab! There were a couple students who biked 21 miles this past Saturday at Borderland State Park! Thank you to all the students and parents who participated, and thank you to everyone who donated to our new lab!

Below are some photos taken at the Bike-A-Thon:



Tea Time at the Park Plaza

Yesterday I hopped onto a field trip with our Elementary and Middle School students. They were heading into Boston for High Tea at the Park Plaza Hotel to practice their manners and tea time etiquette.

When I arrived and saw how well mannered our students were, I was very impressed! They were all seated nicely with their napkins on their laps, using a fork and knife to eat scones and finger sandwiches, paying attention to their hostess talking to them about the different teas they were drinking. Everyone of the students was so perfectly mannered, I don’t know who wouldn’t have been impressed by this magnificent display!

The students were not only getting educated on the flavors of the teas they were drinking, but they were learning about their histories. The students got the opportunity to drink a cup of the same tea which was dumped into the harbor during the Boston Tea Party; they all found this very interesting.

The Hotel was beautiful and very welcoming to our students. The food was exquisite and the tea was divine!




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