Head of School's Corner
At the end of every week, during the final class period on Friday afternoons, the whole secondary school division gets together in the Performing Arts Center for a school meeting. This is a time for reflection, and for listening to information about events of significance inside and outside Keystone. It is also a time for me to celebrate the good and comment on the not-so-good. I appreciate the spirit of coming together, as do others, that sets us up for the weekend.
Students and teachers frequently occupy most of the stage time. They make presentations, or simply entertain us. Last week, as part of the agenda, we enjoyed a 10-minute magic show by Baron Guo, in which he displayed some extraordinary feats of dexterity with short sections of rope, and then with disappearing and reappearing bottles. After that, we learned from Mr. Klatt about the lunar eclipse of the super blue blood moon that we witnessed a few days later, on Wednesday this week. More magic, in the skies.
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