Latin teacher and Associate Director of Secondary School Placement Megan DeGraff-McMenamy was recently asked to be on the PRIMA Committee for Excellence Through Classics of the American Classical League.
We are excited to share with you the spring 2020 edition of Apple Tree magazine.
After three months of remote teaching, I was so excited to have the opportunity to be back on campus for camp.
Due to COVID-19, The Elisabeth Morrow School has incurred new expenses. To help our current families who suddenly find themselves needing tuition assistance, support remote learning for students and teachers, and secure gifts for future unplanned expenses, we created The EMS Response Fund.
Summer 2020 brought many changes to our summer programs, available at The Elisabeth Morrow School.
Seventh-grader Madison Assanah and her mother, Bernadette Sta Maria, have sewn and individually packed up more than 400 masks on behalf of two different groups that Sta Maria is apart of, including Bergen Mama and the Jersey Flyers Aquatic Club.
The essence of who we are as a learning community at The Elisabeth Morrow School is our commitment to developing the whole individual.
Virginia Lewis, mother to eighth-grader Nick and sixth-grader Alex, started a GoFundMe campaign in March (which is now closed) that raised enough money to purchase 2,000 masks for local doctors, nurses, and healthcare providers.
Given the success of this year's Book Fair, school store, and other Parents Association (PA) programming, the PA made the following gifts for the 2019-2020 current fiscal year.
Traditionally, our school’s first-graders spend the majority of their music classes after spring break learning 11 songs from The Operetta of Peter Rabbit, composed by Dudley Glass.
Little School faculty recently came together to sing "The Apple Tree" song to thank students.
We have reimagined what arts learning can look like and have created a new member of the String Festival family, the EMS Summer Arts Academy (EMSSAA) (online), which will take place from August 10-14, 2020.
We are stunned and horrified as we consider the events surrounding the deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, and so many other acts of violence and racism.
EMS is pleased to announce Explorations Online 2020. This new six-week program will transform EMS' enriching Summer Explorations to the virtual space.
Ninety-two-year-old Betty Jo Lamar is in the highest risk group for contracting COVID-19, so fifth-grader Larsen Winternheimer has made sure she is looked after during the pandemic.