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On Following the Child and Finding One's Own Path

My 30th year in education has been like no other. I am incredibly grateful for the opportunity to remotely support my colleagues, whose work during this time of extreme disruption has elevated my understanding of Post Oak’s mission. Like so many of us, my plans have changed and changed again. What I thought would be a smooth relocation back to the Austin area over the course of this year, instead turned into an unexpected opportunity for reflection, and for someone who likes neat and tidy plans, it has been difficult for me to sit with the murky unknown.

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Thanks for the Teacher Love!

Thanks to Post Oak parents for sharing the teacher love this week! Appreciation flowed with notes of thanks, flowers, emails, handmade drawings, and more from our families to our hard-working faculty and staff. Thank you for the thanks!

Magnus Updates Reminder

In preparation for the school year ahead, Post Oak’s health clinic asks all families to review their student's health records and the Student Health policy. Updates to student accounts are due by July 1, 2021.

PHOTOS: Recent Scenes Around Post Oak

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    Recent Scenes Around Post Oak

    Upper Elementary students explore pi.

    Our Bissonnet Campus gardens are in full bloom.

    Upper Elementary students explore mechanical energy while building rollercoasters out of pipe insulators.

    Putting for Post Oak on April 27

    Lower Elementary students and Joseph Aken, our elementary director, explore Brazos Bend State Park.

    Upper Elementary students explore mechanical energy while building rollercoasters out of pipe insulators.

    A Lower Elementary field trip to Brazos Bend State Park.

    Upper Elementary students explore pi.

    Upper Elementary students explore mechanical energy while building rollercoasters out of pipe insulators.

    Our Bissonnet Campus gardens are in full bloom.

    Ms. Mogro's students assemble the components of a lesson on electrical currents.

    Upper Elementary students explore mechanical energy while building rollercoasters out of pipe insulators.

    Students and Ms. Nickerson overlook the waters at Brazos Bend State Park.

    Putting for Post Oak on April 27

    Putting for Post Oak on April 27

    Ms. Nickerson's Lower Elementary students on a hike at Brazos Bend State Park.

    Ms. Nickerson's Lower Elementary students at Brazos Bend State Park.

    Upper Elementary students explore pi.

    Our Bissonnet Campus gardens are in full bloom.

    Ms. Mogro's students explore mechanical energy while building rollercoasters out of pipe insulators.

    Ms. Mogro's students assemble the components of a lesson on electrical currents.

    Ms. Mogro's students explore mechanical energy while building rollercoasters out of pipe insulators.

    Ms. Mogro's students explore mechanical energy while building rollercoasters out of pipe insulators.

    Ms. Mogro's students explore mechanical energy while building rollercoasters out of pipe insulators.

    Ms. Mogro's students explore mechanical energy while building rollercoasters out of pipe insulators.

    An Earth Day picnic on our back field.

    Ms. Mogro's students assemble the components of a lesson on electrical currents.

    Ms. Nickerson and her students at Brazos Bend State Park.

    Ms. Mogro's students assemble the components of a lesson on electrical currents.