Monday, January 26, 2015
Back in December, when third and fourth graders sang in Tenacre's annual holiday performance, one of the numbers was a song called "Snow Day." In this song, the students fervently wish for a blizzard that would cancel school. Well kids, you now have your wish! Click HERE
to see our students sing to their destiny!
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Speed painter and motivational speaker Rob Surette visited Tenacre this morning and performed for the school community. Surette, who founded Amazing Hero Art, is known for inspiring audience members with his 6-foot paintings, created live, in 1–5 minutes each, and motivational messages. He uses amplified music, dramatic theatrical lights, accompanying video screens, body-encompassing paint-splattering painting techniques. Since 1995, Surette’s repertoire has included more than 500 historical figures, musicians, movie stars, TV stars and athletes. This morning, he painted Abraham Lincoln, Mother Theresa, and Albert Einstein.
Friday, January 16, 2015
Yesterday afternoon, Dana Hall seventh and eighth graders hosted Tenacre fourth and fifth grade girls for an annual workshop on confidence and positive body image. Each year, Dana's 7th and 8th Grade girls create activities to build awareness of the pressures girls can feel in their teen years regarding physical appearance. This is a fantastic program that reinforces the strong connection between Tenacre and Dana Hall.