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May 30, 2017 Facebook Twitter Instagram School Seal

Athletic Awards 2017
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A t the Girls' Athletic Awards Banquet on Wednesday, May 17, the coaches awarded team Coaches Awards to Grace Watts for volleyball, Ariana Biondi-Copeland for basketball, Isabel Carden for Field Hockey, Lilli Wytrzes for Soccer and Tennis, Nina Horgan for Lacrosse, and Ainsley Balda & Grace Singer for J.V. Sports.

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Third Grade Musical - Peter Pan & Wendy
Peter Pan

On Wednesday, May 24, the Third Graders delighted their parents, teachers and friends with a fun-filled, high-energy production of Peter Pan & Wendy in the Halmos Family Activities Center.
Cast & Crew

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42nd Fine Arts Festival Site
Parents and students enjoyed the 42nd Fine Arts Festival on May 22. Over 1,200 works of student art were on display in the hallways and atrium. Following the viewing of the visual arts, parents and friends enjoyed the performing arts in the Smith Family Theater. Congratulations to all the students and art department teachers, Scott Thompson, Tracy Kramm, Sue Chris, Claudie Finney and Annette Johnson.

Education Center Construction Update Site
The foundation of our Education Center is underway and Ibis Construction tells us that it will take a few weeks to complete it. We will continue to send construction updates and photos to our PBDA community throughout the summer. It's a great time to be part of PBDA's progress!


SummerQuest 2017 - Registration is in progress.

Palm Beach Day Academy invites students in Primary through 6th Grade to participate in SummerQuest 2017.
    Primary Program:
  3 & 4 Year Olds
    Elementary Program:  Entering K - Entering 6th Grade
        Musical Theater "Aladdin"

    June 19 - 23
    June 26 - June 30

Visit the SummerQuest Web Site or contact Linda Merman.


Kiwanis Summer STEAM Camp


August 14 - 18
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Rising Kindergarten to Second Grade

August 21-25
9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Rising Third Grade to Fifth Grade

Both Camps
$350 per week
Register today. Space is limited. Registration emails will be honored in the order they are received.
Instructor - Ashley Hollern
Throughout the week the students will be working with age appropriate design challenges that develop their creativity, imagination and problem solving skills. The camp will be modeled after the New York Science Center's theme of "Design - Make - Play" as well as Harvard's Agency by Design model for maker-centered education.


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