Staffing Updates

The Peabody Family is growing again! We are excited to share that two of our teachers are having babies! Rebecca Lobb, current first grade teacher, and Kaitlin Clark, current PreK teaching assistant, are both expecting later this year. Although this is happy news for both, we will have to replace Becca as she has decided to be a full time mom next year and will be leaving our teaching staff. Becca will still be around Peabody as a mom to Elie and we wish her nothing but happiness! Kaitlin will be returning to her position after her leave next fall. As with any staff opening, we conduct national searches to ensure we have the most qualified candidates to teach our wonderful kids! The new hire will be assigned to our Kindergarten for the next academic year.
Go to Hoothon!

Hoothon at UVA raises money year round for the UVA Children’s Hospital, where our money goes directly into research, programs, and creating miracles for children in the hospital. In April, our efforts culminate in a “Marathon” where we stand, or “dance,” for 10 hours for those who cannot. The dance Marathon is on April 21, 2018. 8th Grader Angus Leone is organizing a group of Peabody 5th-8th graders to attend from 12pm-2pm. We will pick the kids up from Peabody and take them to the Dance Marathon. If extra transportation is needed we can arrange that. The charge to go will be 20 dollars as a donation to the Cause. To sign up please fill out this form ( UVA Dance Marathon Signup ) and submit a $20 check to the front office with "Hoothon" in the subject line. 
Congratulations to 7th grader Luke Frank!  

Luke participated in the Maggie L. Walker Spring Scholastic Chess Tournament in Richmond on March 17. Luke won first place in the K-12 Not-rated section with a perfect score of 4.0 points in 4 rounds. Great job, Luke!

Winter Sports Uniforms Return!

Please clean and return all winter sports uniforms to Coach Waki's office in the Batten Building after spring break. (Please don't put uniforms in the dryer!)
Maggie Tewles and Peabody Music Program Featured in Dunlora Magazine

Maggie Tewles has been singing as long as anyone can remember. From an early obsession with Annie to fully memorizing all the lyrics from the Hamilton musical (cabinet battles included), Maggie has always enjoyed singing and music.

It is wonderful that Maggie discovered her passion at such a young age. "Singing is so accessible...

This Week in Middle School...

To learn about how electricity works, the 7th graders have been completing various challenges around the school such as boobytrapping classrooms with buzzers and quantifying electrical consumption across the school. Pictured above is a completed three way circuit challenge where students were tasked with creating a circuit that had two switches controlling a single light.
2017-2018 Annual Fund Update

Many thanks to everyone who has already donated to the Peabody Annual Fund for 2017-18! We are extremely grateful for your contributions, and appreciate your support of Peabody and our mission. Our goal is 100% participation from all faculty/staff and families! We hope you will help us get there! 

PPF News

Please join us for  Paint for a Cause: The Peabody School at Muse on April 21st and 22nd. 

Clink on the pictures to register for each painting. The cost is $45 per canvas. You can paint a canvas together with your child or each paint your own canvas. Drinks will be available for purchase, but the kitchen will be closed (you may bring your own food). Feel free to sign up for one or both!

If you sign up, but we do not have at least 15 people that sign up for a painting, you will receive a store credit towards your next reservation at Muse.

Parent Information Center

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

  • Mr. Chain's Raspberry Pi Camp...June 18th - 22nd or July 9th-13th, 8:00am - 3:30pmGo to to learn more and sign up.

  • Renaissance School’s summer classes are now open to rising 7th-12th grade students in the Charlottesville area!  Summer classes at Renaissance School are a great way to earn high school credit in a small and supportive environment. Summer classes for high school credit include Geometry, Algebra 2, and Darkroom Photography. Students can also participate in an intensive one-week SAT Math boot camp or learn the art of Screen Printing! For more than 18 years, Renaissance School has enriched students through an interdisciplinary curriculum emphasizing critical thinking, creativity, and collaboration. Considering Renaissance School for your college prep high school?  Summer classes are a great way to experience our engaging teachers and small classes with lots of focused attention. For more information, please visit or call 434-984-1952. 
Have a Great Spring Break!!