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Ninth-grade student Suning Wang reflects on a recent class trip to New Hampshire, where she and her classmates had the opportunity to learn more about the Northeast Passage program, a nonprofit organization that offers a wide range of services through adaptive sports and recreation for individuals with disabilities.
​The Pike School will be hosting the Parent to Parent Speaker Dennis Rosen, MD on Tuesday, October 28. Dr. Rosen will be presenting: "Early to Bed and Early to Rise: Helping Your Child Get a Good Night's Sleep". ​7:30pm – 9:00pm. Getting kids up, out of bed, and off to school in the morning can be maddeningly difficult, matched only by the challenge of getting them into bed and off to sleep at night. How much sleep do children and adolescents really need? What underlying issues drive our sleep patterns and determine how easy (or not) it is for children to fall asleep and to wake up? Why do some children have trouble keeping their eyes open past 8:00 PM, while others seem to catch their second wind at that hour? How do sleep patterns interface with brain development and impact academic strengths and weaknesses? In this talk, Dr. Dennis Rosen, pediatric pulmonologist and Associate Medical Director of Boston Children's Hospital Center for Pediatric Sleep Disorders, will answer these questions and more, and provide strategies that you can use to improve your child's sleeping patterns and habits. Dr. Rosen is a frequent contributor to the New York Times, Boston Globe, Boston Herald, JAMA, and posts regularly on his blog Sleeping Angels. www.dennisrosen.net
​Come cheer on members of the Pike community as they take on Northeast Passage in the 3rd annual sled hockey game on October 17th at Phillips Academy's Harrison Rink. Tickets are $4.00 and can be purchased at Pike's front desk (in advance) or at the event. The event starts at 6:30 p.m.
We'll be showing "Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs" in the Pike School theater as part of this free, community event. Bring your family and friends to campus to enjoy a movie, popcorn and lemonade! Show starts at 4:00 p.m.
​Members of Pike's affinity group C.A.R.E. (Celebrating, Appreciating and Respecting Everyone) took part in the 2014 Buddy Walk & Family Festival, sponsored by the Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress, on October 12th in Wakefield, Mass.
Curious how positive energy fuels Pike's campus? Please join us for our Annual Open House on November 2nd from 1:00-3:00 p.m. Click through to register!
On Sunday, October 5th, members of the Pike School varsity girl's soccer team volunteered their time and enthusiasm at the Pingree School for the Special Olympics North Section Soccer Assessment.
​For the second straight year, Pike Lower School students teamed up with their 8th and 9th grade buddies during a community service trip to Smolak Farms in North Andover, Mass. On September 29th, the Pike students collected excess produce around the farm that was later prepared and donated to Esperanza School and Neighbors in Need.
​Pike's Head of School Muddy Waters is featured in the October 2014 issue of The Head's Letter, published by Educational Directions Incorporated. Mr. Waters wrote an article entitled, "Staying in the Classroom," which reflects on his commitment to continue to teach eighth-grade history while serving as Pike's Head of School for the last 20-plus years.
As many in our nation and community prepare for Rosh Hashanah, Pike's Director of Community Life Michael Eatman offers some insight and reflection on the Jewish celebration.
We are pleased to unveil PikeHub, our new communication channel celebrating all things Pike! For our returning community members, this web page serves as a new look to Pike Preview, offering a snapshot of Pike news, announcements and events in addition to the latest content on our social media channels.
Come look at the display in the Pike library of books that have been recently challenged around the country. The display is in recognition of Banned Books Week, an annual promotion of the American Library Association, which is celebrated September 21st–27th.
​Last week, Pike ninth graders ventured to Portland, Maine, for a five-day expedition featuring teamwork, exploration and kayaking as part of its first group trip. Led by Upper School Latin Teacher Paul Heinze and Physical Education Teacher Lori Goldenberg, students had the opportunity to enjoy an adventure, take on leadership roles and bond as a unit to begin their final year at Pike.
​More than 70 local, regional and boarding schools will be on Pike's campus tonight for the annual Independent Secondary School Fair. Swing by from 5:00-7:00 p.m.
Beginning on September 15th and culminating on October 15th, we join with other Americans to recognize and appreciate the countless contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans.
​We are pleased to unveil the new look to the Pike School website! Click through to access a video tutorial of the new homepage!
Don't miss this fabulous day among friends in the Pike community. There will be something for everyone, whether you are an experienced golfer or tennis player, or a novice who just wants to have fun!
Pike School welcomed back students and families for the start of another exciting school year on September 2nd! See photos from the morning's event as well as others via our new photo database!
It's hard to believe another school year is in the books! Hear from Head of School Muddy Waters as he reflects on the 2013-2014 school year and all the excitement it brought with it.
From reading to math, Pike faculty and staff have compiled some great resources for students to keep their minds active during the summer break!
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