Window Painting Prevails Over Pandemic!

Ninth grade students and parents recently had their chance to participate in the school’s time-honored tradition of painting the windows around campus.

In a departure from the traditional holiday theme, this year’s windows celebrate the Parker community, the class of 2021, front-line workers and school employees. 

Upper School Dean of Students Joe Bruno and the 9th grade parent Grade Chairs were instrumental in orchestrating five shifts of artistic families to participate in this event on a recent Saturday. Throughout the day, in small groups, students and their families spread on all four floors of the school beautifying campus, ensuring the class of 2024 had their opportunity to experience Parker’s window painting tradition.

Many thanks to those who contributed their talents and helped make this event a reality this year!

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