Sew Fun Camp helps children at Brenner Children's Hospital

The rainbow hues of the fabrics were the signature aesthetic for quilts, pillows, shirts and even cornhole bags on display at Summit School on Friday.

During the last day of the Sew Fun summer camp hosted by Karen Gray of Karen Gray Design, a group of energetic girls welcomed Cindy Caines from Brenner Children's Hospital and proudly displayed the results of their weeklong session.

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Summit Hosts Refugee Camp

From refugee camp to summer camp, 26 children got their first taste of American life in Winston-Salem this week. Many of the kids — who attended the summer program at Summit School — fled countries where their families were hunted or where they grew up in tents in constant fear. None of them have been here longer than nine months and most only moved here a month ago from countries halfway around the world, such as Congo, Cambodia, Tanzania and Syria.

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Congratulations Susan Schambach: Winner of Douglas Award

The Marian Millaway '69 Douglas Award for Faculty Excellence was established in December 2000 with generous funding from Sandra Adams, Ann and Borden Hanes, and Marian and Jim Douglas in response to the Great Expectations II Capital Campaign for faculty excellence. Triad science teacher Susan Schambach, this year's recipient, is high energy, creative and works tirelessly to see that every child has success in her class. She designs and implements engaging lessons that help develop the full potential of each of her students.

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Fall sports practice for upper school students will begin August 1 for football and August 14 for all other sports. Please mark your calendars. Go Eagles!

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