Congratulations!

Congratulations to our 8th grade students who have made their high school decisions! We are so excited for you!

Marcus Beauford - Monticello High School
Luke Frank - Charlottesville High School
Asher Friedman - Charlottesville High School
Sam Funk - Charlottesville High School
Julianne Grunden - Monticello/Health & Medical Sciences Academy
William Keenan - Charlottesville High School
Joshua Ledlow - Monticello/Health & Medical Sciences Academy
Darius Mehta - Western Albemarle High School
Claire Newman - Charlottesville High School
Sophie Owens - Monticello/Health & Medical Sciences Academy
Benny Sherman - Charlottesville High School
Lyndsey Stemland - Monticello/Health & Medical Sciences Academy
Maggie Teweles - Albemarle High School
Chloe Vail - Monticello/Health & Medical Sciences Academy
Thank You for Supporting the Peabody 2020 Campaign!

Thank you to all the families who came to the event at Three Notch’d where we shared plans for new STEM, performing arts, and outdoor play space. In case you missed it, you might like to see the video we showed at the event and check out the Capital Campaign site on our webpage. Please reach out with questions and to share ideas about the Campaign. We hope you are as excited as we are about the new building addition and will consider making a gift to the Campaign!
Congratulations to 6th grader Kate Argo!

Kate participated last weekend in the Equismartz 2019, part of the Virginia 4H horse program run by Virginia Tech/Virginia Cooperative Extension. Kate's Hippology team took 2nd place among 27 teams, and her team placed first in the horse judging division. The two-day event In Lexington, VA was the culminating knowledge event of the 2019 season. 
Spring Enrichment Registration Open!

Registration is now open for after school Spring Enrichment classes at Peabody. Classes start the week of April 8th. We are asking that registrations be submitted ASAP! Thank you!


Bridget Baylin Art Exhibit in Lower LEED Building

This spring we are pleased to feature the work of local artist Bridget Baylin in new exhibit in the Lower LEED building. The pieces in her "Four Seasons" show are oil on canvas and absolutely beautiful. Please drop by and check them out! 
Kids Night Out!

Friends in PreK through 8th Grade, get ready for a Lego-themed costume and pajama party . . . at school! You are invited to dress in jammies or costumes and bring your favorite stuffed animal, pillow, and blanket to participate in an evening of sleepover and Lego-themed fun on March 30 from 6-9 pm. We’ll be building blanket forts, getting in a little Lego time, and watching The Lego Movie. The KNO program supports the Peabody School Annual Fund, and the fee includes dinner, dessert, and lots of fun! Please fill out this Registration Form.
Grade 8 Trip to UVA Cardiology

The 8th grade had the wonderful opportunity to tour the UVA Hospital’s cardiology unit this week. Surgeons, nurse practitioners, perfusionists, therapists, and many more members of the cardiac team donated their time to create a extraordinary experience for our 8th graders. A tour of the Operating Room, heart dissections led by a team of four heart surgeons, and a cath lab surgical simulation were just a few of the amazing experiences UVA lined up for us. A huge thank you goes out to Dr. Gorav Ailawadi and April Howell for putting this together!
Calling All Plastic Bottle Caps!

Did you know that plastic bottle caps are not recyclable?! 5th grade will be collecting CLEAN bottle caps (plastic only) of all colors and sizes for an Earth Day mural project. Please bring your clean plastic caps to 5th grade anytime before April 22 to be included in the mural!
Donations Needed for Project!

Please help the 5th grade with an ambitions cardboard space project that they will share with their 1st grade friends!

We are in need of the following items:
  • LARGE cardboard boxes (the bigger the better)
  • 2 paint rollers
  • Tin foil
  • a pair of plastic dish washing gloves
  • 3 inch long springs
  • plastic bottle caps
  • glow in the dark stars
  • toilet paper rolls
  • corks
  • black cloth
  • a bucket of small rocks (pea gravel size)
  • old computer keyboards

Donations can be dropped off in the computer lab. Thanks for your help!
Spirit Week!
Summer Camp Opportunities

  • Raspberry Pi Camp will he held the week of July 8th at Peabody for rising 6th-9th grade students. The goal of the Peabody Raspberry Pi Camp is to get someone over the initial hurdles of coding and become self sufficient for electronic projects in the future. A Raspberry Pi is a credit card sized computer that is a powerful learning tool for coding and electronics. If your student is interested in learning about robotics, coding, and circuitry and wants to learn real world coding and applications, this is the perfect summer camp for them. Go to cvillepicamp.com to learn more and sign up.

  • Fine Arts Academy provides students from our region with an opportunity to spend time studying a field of art of their choice under the direction of highly qualified and engaging teachers. Registration for summer 2019 is now open! Rising 7th-12th grade students are invited to register for one of five camps, all of which will take place July 8-12, 2019, at Albemarle High School. Each camp will culminate in a public performance or display at a local venue.


  • Light House Studio has opened registration for their Summer Film Academy and would love to have some Peabody students! Here is a link to the list of workshops.
Peabody Parent Forum News
UPCOMING PPF EVENTS
April 29th – Meeting 8:15 AM
May 6th-10th – Teacher Appreciation Week
May 29th – Meeting 5:30 PM

PPF Contact Information
For more information about PPF meetings, volunteer opportunities, or with questions or concerns, please contact Shannon Walsh or PeabodyParentForum@gmail.com .  Thanks!
2018-2019 Annual Fund

Thank you to everyone who has already donated to the 2018-19 Annual Fund! We appreciate your support, and continue to strive for 100% participation over the next 7 months! Click  here  for the full donor list to date.
Parent Information Center

  • Check out the latest edition of the Panther Flash! Password: pantherflash

  • Enjoying High School with an Eye on College: Please join us for a night with Clayborne Education, including founder and former Peabody parent Clay Daniel, who will present wise and forward-looking approaches to the high school years, the college years, and beyond. This session will be held April 10th starting at 6:30PM.

  • The Lost and Found will be donated at the end of next week prior to Grandparents Day. Please claim items ASAP!



Have a Great Spring Break!