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2018

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  • June

    TN Arts Commission Chair Ritche Bowden, 2018 Tennessee Poetry Out Loud Champion Alyvia Crawley, first runner-up Kiya Brown, second runner-up Preston Cates, and third runner-up Grayson Brawner. Photo courtesy TN State Photography

    Kiya Brown ’21 Wins Poetry Out Loud Award

    Earlier this spring, Kiya Brown ’21 won second place in the 2018 Tennessee Poetry Out Loud Competition in Nashville. The win came with a scholarship cash prize for her and a stipend for Hutchison from the National Endowment for the Arts for the purchase of poetry books and supplies. Poetry Out Loud is a national arts education program that encourages the study of poetry through a recitation competition in high schools across the country. It has grown to reach more than three million students and 50,000 teachers from 10,000 schools in every state across the country. This year, Tennessee had nearly 3,000 students participate.
     
     
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  • May

    A Call to Serve: Meg Thomas Crosby '88

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  • First Graders Are Bridging Gaps in Our Community

    Whether the effects are large or small, every person will make an impact in their community, and through their community, the world. At Hutchison, we teach our girls the importance of making a difference in the world from the start. And our first graders are doing just that through their Bridging Gaps in Our Community project!
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  • Third graders stopped for a group photo during their tour of downtown Memphis.

    Hutchison’s Third Grade Goes Walking in Memphis

    by Hutchison Third Grade Teacher Maggie Haire
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  • Middle School Girls Shake Things Up in Science Class!

    Middle school girls have been shaking things up in science class this year! FIFTY THREE of our budding scientists and engineers in Middle School received awards at the Memphis and Shelby County Science Fair at Christian Brothers University.
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  • A Call to Serve: Molly Crenshaw '08

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  • April

    Discovering Her Passion On the Field

    By Assistant Athletics Director Matt Nelson
    A couple of years ago, there was a bright-eyed girl who had never played golf in her life before 6th grade. She had a pretty natural swing, but it needed refining. Her coach taught her the game and gave her the tools to improve her swing; but more importantly, helped her develop an intense love of the game. This passion is what drove her to continue to improve her skills. She worked week after week, even while playing other sports. A year later she won the middle school league championship.
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  • Senior Lacrosse Player Named Athlete of the Week

    Senior student athlete Elizabeth Farnsworth was named High School Athlete of the Week by the Commercial Appeal after scoring 23 goals in three victories last week. Elizabeth is a three-time All-American, an Academic All-American, as well as Best of Preps Lacrosse Player of the Year in 2015. In 2016, Inside Lacrosse Magazine named her #6 on their list of Top Gun Juniors from across the nation.
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  • Back Row (L to R): Anne Grinder, Blair Threlkeld, Carson Weatherly, Olivia Posey, Ally Krasin, Meredith Magness. Middle Row (L to R): Katie McBride, Jordan Groover, Sarah Beth Bland, Charlotte Merchant. Front row (L to R): 2018 Distinguished Alumna Dr. Lisa D. Stanford, Sally Crow, Michelle Lee, Frazer Campbell, Head of School Dr. Kristen Ring.

    Cum Laude Society Inducts New Members

    Hutchison’s Emily Smith Britton Chapter of the Cum Laude Society inducted 13 new members this spring.
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  • March

    Junior Discovers Computer Science Interests

    Charlotte Merchant '19, a fellow in our science research program, hopes to help cancer researchers through computer science.
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  • February

    10 Ways to Promote a Culture of Literacy

    By Upper School Head Dr. Barry Gilmore
    If we could boil down all of the overwhelming challenges schools face in promoting literacy to a single disheartening statistic, it might be this: As students age from elementary school to high school, the majority of students who previously read frequently for enjoyment give up the practice (Scholastic, 2015). Simply put, as students grow up, they read less.
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  • Upper School Winners

    Young Writers Earn Top Honors

    Hutchison girls earned an impressive 32 awards at the recent Southeast Regional Scholastic Writing Awards. These girls submitted writing which was judged against that of students in grades 7-12 from 11 states; Hutchison's winners substantially outnumbered those of any other Memphis school.
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  • January

    Hutchison girls explored the National Archives in Washington, D.C., with teacher Ronnie Robinson.

    Developing Civic Literacy in the Upper School

    By Upper School History Department Chair Ronnie Robinson
    A half dozen seniors stand on one side of the room, ready to disagree with the statement a junior in Global Studies is about to make that clarifies the U.S. position on chemical weapons in Syria.

    She takes a deep breath and makes her case.
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  • Hutchison Girls Win Big at Regional Scholastic Art Awards

    Hutchison girls competed in the 2018 Regional Scholastic Art Awards where they received 64 awards: 22 Gold Keys, 13 Silver Keys, and 29 Honorable Mentions.
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  • A Simple Dot Opens Up a World of Possibilities

    By Pre-Kindergarten Teacher Missy Prewitt & Upper School Mathematics Teacher Molly Prewitt
    What can a simple dot teach us? For Hutchison’s upper school and early childhood girls… a lot, actually.
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