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SummerWorks Registration Open! 5% Discount Through April 15
Monday, April 04, 2016
Registration is now open for SummerWorks, Rowland Hall's summer day camp for children ages 4-15! Receive 5% off registration through April 15. Visit rowlandhallsummer.org for details.

Mon, Apr 18 Pack the Bleacher & Salt Lake Bees Vouchers Available!
Friday, April 01, 2016
Pack the bleachers and support the Rowland Hall Baseball team as they play a doubleheader on Mon, Apr 18 at Smith's Ballpark. The first game begins at 3:30pm. Admission is free and free pizza will be served to all Winged Lion fans! Once again, our Upper School baseball team gets the exciting opportunity to play two games in Smith's Ballpark, home of the Salt Lake Bees. Cost of the vouchers is $6 each. Please contact Director of Athletics Kendra Tomsic at kendratomsic@rowlandhall.org if you are interested in purchasing vouchers.

JOIN Patrons of the Arts Today!
Thursday, March 24, 2016
Join the Patrons of the Arts for $50 and gain admittance for your entire family to the dance concert, GALLERY, running March 31 - April 2!

Middle School Athletics Roundup, Winter 2015-16
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
Thanks to players for their dedication and families for their support throughout this fun winter season. Thanks to the Middle School Boosters for providing every athlete with a sport specific T-shirt showing school spirit. Rowland Hall is fortunate to have such a dedicated group of coaches who put in countless hours to develop the skills of student athletes. Read on for a recap of each team's season.

Rowmark Junior Program Athletes Speed Through the Season with Regional, National, and International Competitions
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
Rowmark Academy's Junior Program led by director Troy Price had one of its most successful years to date. Close to 60 Rowland Hall students make up the Junior Program, which ranges from kindergarten to eighth grade. Students competed in many local, regional, national, and international competitions throughout the season. The main focus, as always, is improving skiing skills, having fun with classmates, providing professional coaching, and fostering a lifelong appreciation for skiing and the outdoors.

Upper School Winter Sports Roundup
Tuesday, March 22, 2016
Upper School athletes enjoyed a successful winter season. The swim team and boys and girls basketball teams qualified for and took part in post-season competition.

Faculty Appreciation Week – Volunteer Today!
Monday, March 21, 2016
Faculty Staff Appreciation Week is April 11 through 15! During this week, parents shower our faculty and staff with appreciation by providing daily coffee service, snacks in the faculty lounges, lunch on Tuesday, and finishing the week with a special breakfast where they receive small gift certificates to local businesses. This week requires the support of all our parents. If you have any questions, please contact the Faculty Appreciation Week Co-Chairs, Erica Keil (keil3474@msn.com) or Manisha Shah (manishagshah@hotmail.com).

Rowmark Alumna Johnson Makes Ski Racing look like a Breeze
Monday, March 21, 2016
Rowmark Ski Academy alumna Breezy Johnson snagged a U.S. Ski Team nomination upon graduation in 2013, and has since been diligently working her way up the international ranks. But few people could have predicted her meteoric rise this winter.

Annual Fund Supports the Larimer Center for the Performing Arts
Friday, February 26, 2016
Arts education, experts write, helps students learn necessary skills for the workplace: flexibility, problem solving, communication, creativity, skill absorption, innovation, and motivation. Rowland Hall prides itself on its arts programs, and administrators and teachers understand that the arts are an important part of educating the whole child. The arts faculty consists of a talented group of teachers who inspire enthusiasm in students, spark their creativity, and develop their imaginations. Their classrooms, studios, and performance spaces are key to their ongoing successes. In recent years, the Larimer Center's technical capabilities have started to show their wear. Thank you to the R. Harold Burton Foundation, the performing arts center has received a much needed technology upgrade.

Erin Segal '04 Scores In Super Bowl 50 Ad
Friday, February 26, 2016
Rowland Hall alumna Erin Segal '04 began her professional acting career after studying theater at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts and moving to Los Angeles. Erin danced in Rowland Hall's Dance Company and participated in all of Rowland Hall's plays and musicals, so when alums recognized Erin in a Super Bowl 50 ad, school social media exploded.

Kathy Howa one of '15 Utahns Who Made Us Love Sports in 2015'
Friday, February 26, 2016
In December the Desert News ran the year-end wrap up headline, "15 Utahns Who Made Us Love Sports in 2015". It didn't take long for the word to reach Rowland Hall that one of our most beloved coaches and P.E. teachers, Kathy Howa, made the list.

Rowland Hall Trustee Wins National Award for Exceptional Leadership
Friday, February 26, 2016
Rowland Hall's longest-serving trustee, Philip G. McCarthey, was recently awarded the Seymour Preston Award by the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE). The Seymour Preston Award honors a trustee who has provided valuable, influential leadership to an educational institution.

Summer Days Filled with Classic Summer Fun
Friday, February 26, 2016
Come June—despite the siren song of a mid-summer vacation—an entourage of dedicated staff inevitably returns to SummerWorks, Rowland Hall's summer day camp. Camp is simply too much fun to miss, even for the adults, and the resulting friendships, too deep. "We love camp and we return, summer after summer," said Beth Ott, Rowland Hall director of SummerWorks and all Auxiliary Programs. "We've built a tradition amongst our 'staff-family' rooted in relationship-building, communication, and support." Registration for the best summer ever is now open!

The Strategic Plan; Where are We Now?
Friday, February 26, 2016
Now in the second year of Rowland Hall's five-year strategic plan, observable results abound in professional development, idea generation, growth mindset, and learning cultures. The 2014 strategic plan, "Our Extraordinary Future," set out the following three ambitious goals for teaching, learning, and funding to best serve Rowland Hall students: Goal 1: Enhance the student learning experience Goal 2: Provide the Intermountain West's most outstanding math and science program Goal 3: Develop the enrollment and business model for our future


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