I can always tell when the school year is beginning to wind down by looking around campus. The campus explodes with an array of colors. The flowers are beginning to bloom, students spend more time outside and you are likely to find one or more classes taking advantage of the large trees that dot the school grounds. This is truly one of the more beautiful high school campuses in central Virginia. Tomorrow we will hold our second annual outdoor chapel, followed by live music and the weather should be delightful. Today is just one of those days that serves to remind me of how much I enjoy teaching at the St. Anne’s – Belfield School.
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