Seniors go on a day long retreat

Convent & Stuart Hall seniors spend the day going to the movies and sharing memories.

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Seniors go on a day long retreat

Senior Alayna Wong presents her favorite child hood item in front of the class. The entire class saw a movie called Wonder before they started sharing  childhood item.

Senior Alayna Wong presents her favorite child hood item in front of the class. The entire class saw a movie called Wonder before they started sharing childhood item.

Jemima Scott

Senior Alayna Wong presents her favorite child hood item in front of the class. The entire class saw a movie called Wonder before they started sharing childhood item.

Jemima Scott

Jemima Scott

Senior Alayna Wong presents her favorite child hood item in front of the class. The entire class saw a movie called Wonder before they started sharing childhood item.

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WEB EXCLUSIVE Convent & Stuart Hall seniors began their Thanksgiving break with a day-long retreat.

“The retreat was a nice break from school and was a good way to start Thanksgiving break,” said senior Caroline O’Connell.

The entire high school started with an assembly at Convent and a scavenger hunt between campuses.

All grades were separated into advisory groups and given a list of tasks they had to complete and prove them completed with pictures including a” flat Philippine Duchesne.”

“I think the assembly was a fun way to get everyone involved in an activity that celebrated Philippine and the start of Thanksgiving break,” senior Annabelle Leung said.

Seniors were then taken to AMC Van Ness 14 to see the movie “Wonder” starring Julia Roberts. The movie is about a young boy with facial differences entering middle school for the first time.

“I absolutely loved the movie,” Leung said. “I think there were several lessons and many scenarios that people can relate to.  It was an eye-opener to be kind to everyone, no matter one’s differences.”

Seniors ended the day at Stuart Hall for burritos and a bonding exercise, where they shared mementos or keepsakes from their youth.

“I️ brought my blanket,” O’Connell said.” “I️ also really liked getting to know my classmates on a deeper level through their items.”

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