• September 2016
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    • 10-02 Rosh Hashanah Begins at Sundown


On Friday, September 9th students, faculty, and staff of The Knox School assembled around the Christopher Lunder '85 memorial, in observance of Patriots Day and to honor the memories of those who lost their lived on September 11, 2001. Alumnus, Christopher Lunder who lost his life at the World Trade Center is forever memorialized on the Knox campus with a tribute plaque that rests under a shade tree planted in his name. He is remembered by many for his leadership roles and commitment to academics and athletics during his time at Knox Kristen Tillona-Baker, Head of School, lead a moment of silence for those who lost their lives in the tragic terrorist attacks which occurred on 9/11. Janice Zingale, Director of External Affairs and Alumni Relations shared words which honored the memory Christopher Lunder. Through a touching memorial service which included violin music performed by Knox student Isabella Benrubi and the Schools Vocal Ensemble, and a reading of the poem I Dream of World Peace by Riken Shrestha. The memorial concluded in a traditional "Asharoken Farewell", as all of the participants placed red and white carnations on the Memorial, while walking away in silence.
In recent matches, the girls on this team have not only won the matches, they are defeating their rivals in all of the sets they are playing. It began with a major come-back against Lawrence Woodmere. Then, the girls swept all three sets against Lexington. Two days later, the girls did it again, winning all three matches against Kew Forest. Some of the most recent highlights have included impressive dives from Cass Curtin, and Elaine Ma. Olivea Hope is deadly with those hard hits. And Amy Adams and Diana Li have come through with the game winning serves! Victory is sweet. But what is even sweeter is the team spirit and sportsmanship that is displayed by all Knox Falcons players. Coach Towns, the Director of Athletics, made a touching statement at the community morning meeting last week, saying that Knox Athletes are making a positive impression on the schools they are visiting. This is due to the sportsmanship they are displaying. Athletics directors from other schools say "Knox has great kids." These are the statements that make the faculty and staff of the School most proud. Win or lose, it's how you conduct yourselves that matters the most.
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