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Our Weston Middle School’s “Image in a Bottle” Project Floats Ashore in Spain Two Years Later

Sagemont School student Maria Paredes washes up on the shore of Spain! Well…her bottle did, anyway. In the spring of 2014, approximately 80 students created collages of their lives, wrote a “letters to the world”, sealed them in bottles they decorated which were sent out to sea from Ft. Lauderdale….
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Summer School in Weston Reimagined

By Stacey Bomser (As reported in Our City of Weston Magazine, March 2016 – Part 1) Camp Sagemont is known for offering a wide variety of camp programs that appeal to children of all ages and interests, ranging from a traditional day camp program for preschoolers and younger students to…
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Sagemont Elementary School Hosts Empty Bowls Luncheon

Recently, Sagemont hosted its seventh annual Empty Bowls spaghetti and meatball luncheon. Our fourth and fifth grade students created a ceramic bowl as a reminder of the empty bowls around the world. The Empty Bowls Project is an international, art-based movement aimed at ending world hunger. Since it was started…
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Preschoolers Create Process Artwork

Sagemont preschool students worked collaboratively to create large-scale, safari-themed, process artwork. They worked as a team with one common goal, while learning to appreciate differences of others and developing a sense of community and confidence. During the week-long process, students gained knowledge about Africa and safari animals, as well as,…
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Weston’s Sagemont Elementary School Hosts Cultural Art Exchange with Students from China

By Stacey Bomser (As reported in Our City of Weston Magazine) The Sagemont School recently welcomed several special guests for a cultural art exchange. These students were not only from another school, but another country. Three elementary-age students and the director of the Ruopu Art School in Wuhan, China, took…
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Weston VPK Program is Almost Here

VPK stands for the Voluntary Prekindergarten Education Program. If you live in Florida, and your child turns 4 four years of age by September 1, your child is eligible to participate in Florida’s FREE Voluntary Prekindergarten (VPK) education program. That’s right VPK is FREE to All 4-Year Olds! We are…
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Sagemont Students Spread Kindness around Broward Private School Campus and Community

By Stacey Bomser (As reported in Our City of Weston Magazine) Kindness is part of the culture at The Sagemont School, which is why students, teachers and administrators on the Lower School Campus accepted the Great Kindness Challenge. “We embraced our culture of kindness through participating in over 15,000 acts…
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Sagemont Students Secure Grant to Become the First Weston Elementary School with a Butterfly Garden

By Stacey Bomser (As reported in Our City of Weston Magazine, Feb 2016) As a “lifer” at The Sagemont School, Carolina Alzamora has fond memories of her days on the Lower School Campus. The 11th grader wanted to leave a legacy that would last long after she graduated. Thanks to…
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5th Grade Scientists “Great Car Experiment”

5th graders built mini cars out of a few simple materials and then tested them for speed and safety.

Sagemont Alumni Hold Court in the NCAA

By Stacey Bomser (As reported in Our City Weston Magazine) The Sagemont School is a basketball powerhouse. The team has won two State Championships, most recently in 2014. The Lions also have many former players now playing at the collegiate level, including two Class of 2015 graduates who are quickly…
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