Episcopal’s St. Mark’s Campus exceeded their Annual Giving goal for the 2019 – 2020 school year, raising $188,600 in unrestricted gifts. Thank you to the parents, alumni, grandparents, faculty, staff, and friends for the generous demonstration of philanthropy and continued support. These donations helped to enhance the resources and programs that are essential to our…

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A Vision for Art, presented by Joan and Preston Haskell, will be rescheduled for later in the fall of 2020. A new date for the event has not yet been chosen. However, Episcopal will communicate the new date and information as soon as it is available via the the Episcopal website www.esj.org, the Community e-News, the Episcopal Insider,…

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The first phase of a new Episcopal Artists’ Row will open this fall, thanks to a gift from Tony and Ginger Kurlas and their three daughters. Becca Hoadley’s “Draw, Paint, Print” classes will move to the newly christened Kurlas House, and Mark Zimmerman’s “Photography” classes will move next door.  Michelle Krueger’s classes will follow next…

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Middle School students were recently recognized for achievements on campus this year — faculty delivered awards in person or students stopped by campus. 2020 End of Year Athletic Awards Best All Around Male Athlete: John John Pajcic Best All Around Female Athlete: Grace Jones Best Male Athlete in a Single Sport: Henry Robarbs Best Female…

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Wyndel Dickinson (Wendy) LaPrade ’76 was born on September 16, 1958, in Jacksonville and passed away on May 22, 2020. She is survived by her husband of 39 years, Martin Edward LaPrade (Marty), and their two sons, Maxwell Martin LaPrade ’04 (Joanna) of Durango, CO, and Charles Dickinson LaPrade ’07 (Ashley) and granddaughter Estelle Edna…

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June 3, 2020 Over the past few days, I have read so many letters and emails regarding our nation’s current crisis. Sparked by the terrible, horrific death of George Floyd, these notes from my alma maters, from CEO’s of large corporations, from church and religious leaders and from other school heads have each acknowledged that…

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Over the past few days, I have read so many letters and emails regarding our nation’s current crisis. Sparked by the terrible, horrific death of George Floyd, these notes from my alma maters, from CEO’s of large corporations, from church and religious leaders and from other school heads have each acknowledged that George Floyd’s death…

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The Davis Award for Excellence in Teaching was given to Megan Wickenden for Upper School and Lucia Allen for Middle School at the end-of-year faculty meeting and Chapel held Thursday, May 28, on the Acosta House lawn. Lucia Allen, who teaches Spanish, was nominated by her peers for being “a devoted teacher and a generous…

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At Senior Honors Convocation and Baccalaureate on May 22, English instructor Caitlin Fitzpatrick was named the 2020 Guardian Award winner. Ms. Fitzpatrick was nominated by Luke Brunell ’20. In his nomination of Ms. Fitzpatrick, Luke wrote: “She’s engaging, inspirational and genuinely invested in her students in the classroom and beyond. Her class is by far…

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he Athletic Department honored seniors last week with annual awards, including the Peter Ober Sportsmanship Award, The Athlete-Scholar Award, Best Athlete in a Single Sport, and the Best All Around Athlete. Watch the video. Award winners include: Peter Ober Sportsmanship Award Niya Williams Tommy Bishop Athlete-Scholar Award Hannah McCarthy Max McQuiddy Athlete in a Single…

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