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The Key School has officially earned Maryland Green School Certification by the Maryland Association of Environmental & Outdoor Education. This designation comes after a lengthy application process that required an in-depth review of the School's programs and philosophy as well as substantiation of a sustained dedication to environmental initiatives.

A student leader in the school's Upper School, Jayda is active with several student groups and has competed in pageant contests since she was 5 years old. She organized the Students for Social Change's annual Diversity Day, held Feb 3. Jayda arranged two seminars for her schoolmates. One incorporated interactive activities designed to encourage the students' awareness of their own privileges, and a second session included a discussion based on what happened during the interactive sessions and how the students could be more inclusive.

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The entire sixth grade will be going on an overnight camping trip to Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. The purpose of this trip is for the students to interact with various aspects of their Civil War studies, hike along some beautiful trails in the area, celebrate our sixth grade community, and form a foundation for many other outdoor experiences students participate in while at Key.

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Four days, Point Lookout State Park

  • Frontcountry* camping in tents with cooking (propane stoves/kitchen food preparation) and 2-4 mile flatwater canoeing activity
  • Day hikes with assorted curricular and outdoor activities
  • Three-mile supervised walk each night along main State Park road to pavilion, beach and playing fields
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all day

Four days, Point Lookout State Park

  • Frontcountry* camping in tents with cooking (propane stoves/kitchen food preparation) and 2-4 mile flatwater canoeing activity
  • Day hikes with assorted curricular and outdoor activities
  • Three-mile supervised walk each night along main State Park road to pavilion, beach and playing fields
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