The past few weeks of School were full of exciting activities for Lower School, Middle School and Upper School students alike! With some spring days finally sneaking in to the weather pattern, students enjoyed many a game out in the sunshine, complete with treats like Ted Drewes Frozen Custard.
Lower School Reading, Writing and Running Too!
In the Lower School, students enjoyed mixing reading, writing and running in a special Beasley tradition. The Beasles were excited to show their parents their creative, literary and physical achievements. After a picnic lunch, students spent the afternoon sharing their original writing and favorite books. The event was capped off with a parade during the Lower School Field Day in the McDonnell Athletic Center.
Middle School Spring Fling
Middle School students enjoyed an activity-filled Spring Fling day. They tackled two inflatable obstacle courses where students climbed and played along with their classmates. Students played putt-putt golf, giant Jenga and other yard games along with Frisbee, football tosses and capture the flag. At first, some students weren’t sure what “Spring Fling” would be, but they ended the day looking forward to the next one!
Upper School Field Day
Competition and teamwork were fierce during the Upper School Field Day. It was the perfect day to be outside, and Upper School students made some wonderful memories—from creating human pyramids and playing giant Jenga to competing in burlap sack races and volleyball!