Even when you are far away, this will always be your Haus.
Hey Alumni, welcome back to your Haus! This is your Facebook base for all things Northwest: find your old friends, discover exciting upcoming events, or just check in on the latest school news (there's a lot going on!). We love to hear from you, so send us a message or an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with updates or any questions you may have.
DC AREA ALUMS: It's not too late to join Mark Terry to tour the Smithsonian on Saturday, March 4.
RSVP today at http://northwestschool.org/events/regional-alum-gatherings.
Want to know what's going on with your NWS classmates? They are curious about you too! Share your news with a class note in the upcoming NWS magazine.
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It is Senior Night in the House tonight! We've got a quardruple-header of games starting with JV girls @ 3:30, JV boys @ 5:00, varsity girls @ 6:30, and varsity boys closing it all out at 8:00 pm! Come and show your support for all of our teams!
NYC AREA ALUMS- Come catch up with NWS Founder and Former Head of School Ellen Taussig over a drink in Brooklyn. Join us on Sunday, March 5 from 4:00-6:00 pm at Lavender Lake in Brooklyn, NYC. RSVP required at http://northwestschool.org/events/regional-alum-gatherings.
Smithsonian. Mark Terry. Human Origins Exhibit. Saturday, March 4 in Washington DC. Be there! Find out more info and RSVP TODAY at:
Andy Meyer shared Nordic tales at Community Meeting this week after his year-long travels there with a Fulbright Scholarship. He ended his talk with some Bob Dylan, Nordic-style.
Humanities teacher Andy Meyer gave a presentation today at Community Meeting about his travels through Norway as he taught all over the country thanks to a Fulbright Scholarship. Andy was so inspired, he finished his presentation with a song from his favorite traveling songster, Bob Dylan, playing "Don't Think Twice" with a slight Norwegian twist.
Ever dream of touring the Smithsonian with Mark Terry? Well you can! Join us on Saturday, March 4 in Washington DC to explore the universal human story with Mark and and Brianna Pobiner, a member of the Smithsonian's Human Origins team. RSVP TODAY at:
Look who came back to the House today! Mark and his old pal. He gave a guest lecture on human evolution to the entire 10th grade class as they learn about Darwinism.
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