The Spring Performance of Willy Wonka Jr! You've been waiting for it all year! Your children have been talking to you about rehearsals, the songs, the beautiful props, and how wonderfully everything is coming together!
But, OH NO! You're not going to be able to attend! Don't worry! With the magic of Rectory's technology department, the wonders of that amazing chocolate factory can be brought directly to you...in the comfort of your own home or office!
We invite you to watch The Rectory School production of Willy Wonka Jr. LIVE on May 22 and May 23 at 7:00 p.m., eastern standard time. You'll feel like you've found a golden ticket of your very own!
Click "Read More" for the link to the live stream! (Don't forget to share the link with Grandma and Grandpa!)
The Monday following Easter, Rectory’s Alumni & Development Office hosted the 4th Annual Board of Visitors Program. This event brought alumni, past parents, current Parents and community members to campus for the day. They attended Morning Assembly, Middle School and Elementary School classes, where they participated and viewed faculty/student interaction, a student panel question & answer session and a luncheon featuring a performance by Rectory’s a cappella group. Sean Belka (P Cole ’15), Senior Vice-President at Fidelity’s Center of Applied Technology, joined us as the Keynote Speaker. The day ended with a campus tour with our Student Ambassadors.
With the energy and rhythm of the African drums pulsing in the background, drums made and played by the hands of Rectory students, I moved from MELP presentation to MELP presentation last Sunday hearing the same phrases. From the adults, there were words of praise for students who fully embraced the goals and lessons of our MELP program, and from students, there were words of appreciation for opportunities not a part of a regular day or week. These reactions have become synonymous with our MELP week, a week that will forever be a favorite of mine.
Click "Read More" to read about Mr. Williams' MELP experience!