Social Mashup

In this week's Actions Q&A Michael Manna, Lower School Social Studies Teacher, discusses his favorite projects to teach, how our curriculum establishes social studies foundations and much, much more!

This week’s Lenten reflection featured a special focus on women of courage like Veronica who wiped the face of Jesus as he carried his cross.

Participants were invited to reflect on the importance of protecting the oppressed from the powerful and how to answer the call to alleviate the ...suffering of others today.

After weeks of indoor recess due to snow covering much of Oak Knoll, some of our Lower School students got outside this week for a quick walking tour of campus!

This evening sophomores Emely Abreu ’23, Katharine Cugno ’23 and Viera Pulver ’23 will perform a skit for PREMIÈRE SCÈNE 2021, the Lycée Français de New York’s annual festival!

The festival will be livestreamed on the Lycée Facebook page beginning at 7 p.m.!

Virtual scavenger hunts returned to our Upper School Stronger Together gathering today! #OKSStrongerTogether

In this week's Actions Q&A, Michael Manna, Lower School Social Studies Teacher, discusses his favorite projects to teach, how our curriculum establishes social studies foundations and much, much more!

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Q&A: Michael Manna, Lower School Social Studies Teacher

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With the help of Naturalist Jenny Gaus-Myers, second graders virtually tapped a maple tree in the Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center, and then enjoyed a special treat to compare pure maple syrup and pancake syrup! #OKSReadyForAnything #VirtualFieldTrip 🥞 🌳 🥞 🌳

We want to send out a special thanks to Scott Green—Live Virtual Magic In Your Hands for sharing his virtual magic with members of our community! 🔮🔮🔮

This week's #TBT is a little different. This was one of the last on-campus posts we had about a year ago before spring break when so much changed.

We hope that the continued diligence of our community ensures a sunny spring together here at Oak Knoll! 🌞💗🌞💗

This week's #TBT is a little different. This was one of the last on-campus posts we had about a year ago before spring break when so much changed.

We hope that the continued diligence of our community ensures a sunny spring together here at Oak Knoll! 🌞💗🌞💗

Students participating in the Emerging Leaders pilot program met virtually today with Dr. Rebecca Stilwell, Ph.D. The group has been discussing the importance of leading inclusively and team development. Communication best practices were also discussed.

Our first #WednesdayWisdom quote commemorating #WomensHistoryMonth comes from Coretta Scott King.

She was a Civil Rights activist, author and musician who used her artistic skills to support the causes she believed in. After the death of her husband, Martin Luther King Jr., she founded the... King Center and worked to make his birthday a national holiday.

Please note that “Into Our Dreams,” our Upper School performance tribute to the works of Rodgers and Hammerstein, will now be livestreamed on Friday, March 12, 2021.

Bookmark the link in our bio to tune in!

Our first #WednesdayWisdom quote commemorating #WomensHistoryMonth comes from Coretta Scott King.

She was a Civil Rights activist, author and musician who used her artistic skills to support the causes she believed in. After the death of her husband, Martin Luther King Jr., she founded the... King Center and worked to make his birthday a national holiday.

To celebrate 100 days until their graduation, our sixth graders were surprised with decorated hallways, raffles and a special movie viewing, as well as other treats and a parade with the entire Lower School community!

Normally, our second graders would learn about maple sugaring by visiting the Great Swamp Outdoor Education Center, but Naturalist Jenny Gaus-Myers, with the Morris County Park Commission, brought the experience virtually to the students today!

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