The H&S Used Book Sale is coming on February 24 and 25! We sell used books (adult, children, textbooks and everything in between), puzzles, music (CDs and vinyl), movies, games, and video games.
Donations can be dropped off now at collection boxes in the lower school lobby, the lower school preschool/PK area, the MS/US theater lobby by the Java Nook, and inside the MS/US Arches entrance up until the morning of February 22. New this year, we ask for any extra reusable bags, particularly Scholastic Book Fair bags. You may park and walk in your donations during drop-off/pick-up times.
From February 22 to 25, we also need volunteers to help sort and sell the books for the sale. Whether you can commit to a time slot or just pop by for 15 minutes to sort books, please click here to sign up. We would love you to join us!
If you have questions or can volunteer help with the sale, please contact Used Book Sale clerks Megan Ede and Katie Van Druff. Thank you!
Beth McClelland Lutostansky '88 recently presented to a packed house of upper schoolers––including those in the Environmental Science class and the STEMinist Club––on her career in the energy industry.
Reverend Karla Fleshman and her colleague, Finn, presented to seventh graders a long-awaited and much-requested workshop on gender identity, gender expression, and creating “affirming and safer space for LGBTQIA+ students.”
The upper school World Affairs Club welcomed New Castle County Executive Matt Meyer '90, who spoke to students about the role of the state/county legislature, with a focus on the HOPE Center in Wilmington, whose mission is to house and support individuals and families experiencing homelessness, and the GreeNCC initiative, a county-wide program aimed at improving the environment and enhancing the quality of life in New Castle County.
International Baccalaureate art majors and higher level visual arts students traveled to Washington, D.C. to view artwork at the Hirshhorn Museum, the National Gallery of Art, the National Museum of African Art, the National Museum of the American Indian, and the National Museum of Asian Art.
Happy Panda Day is such a great send off to Spring Break--lower school students met with Ivy the therapy dog, made friendship bracelets, hunted for leprechauns, and practiced yoga, all in the comfort of their pajamas!
Thank you to all who came out and supported the Home & School Used Book Sale! Over 55 volunteers - adults and students alike - moved, sorted, and sold books, games, CDs and DVDs, and had a great time in the process. Shoppers found new books to add to their libraries, with one staff member saying it was her favorite day of the year!