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Two students who live in the Rappahannock River basin received the Daingerfield Merit Scholarship from St. Margaret's School. The scholarship provides funding to exceptional girls who are enrolled to attend as day students in the fall. The recipients, Grace Pierce, and Nancy (Nan) Garrett were chosen for their outstanding academic performance, strong character and citizenship and the potential for them to excel in all aspects of the school community.
St. Margaret's School sent the class of 2017 on their way rejoicing on June 3 at their 94th annual commencement exercises. Lauren Block Bauer, vice president of Elm Street Development in McLean, Virginia gave the commencement address.
Bauer, who is a former Board of Governors member and alumna of St. Margaret's (1997), commented in her address, "As a graduate of St. Margaret's, you have the intellectual ability and the tools you need to navigate college and beyond. You have learned the importance of your physical well-being. You know how to take care of yourselves and be kind to yourselves. You are socially responsible; caring, empathetic, thoughtful of others and our fragile earth. You know how to help others. You are spiritually mature."
St. Margaret's named alumna, Patricia Brincefield '71, as its Director of Communication and Marketing. In this role, she will be responsible for raising visibility and awareness for the school and its mission through creative messaging, consistent brand marketing, advertising, public relations and community outreach. Brincefield will work closely with school leadership to grow enrollment and strengthen ties to diverse communities. She will also serve as webmaster and media contact.
"We are quite fortunate to have found Patricia," explains Head of School, Cathy Sgroi P'00. "Her professional experience as a marketing strategist, writer and producer along with her many industry connections will help take us to the next level. Plus, she has a very personal relationship with St. Margaret's as an alumna and understands first-hand the transformative power our School can have on young women."
Tappahannock Art Gallery will soon showcase mosaics by St. Margaret's students under the tutelage of instructors and artists-in-residence, Konst and Konstantina Konstantinov, popularly known as the KonKons. The exhibit's opening reception will take place on the corner of Prince Street and Water Lane on Saturday, March 4, at 2pm. Featured student-artists are R. Allen, J. Avery, As. Ceballos, V. Giramata, C. Payne, A. Ruffa, and Z. Truxon.
In this trimester's mosaics class, students have explored the core principles of this very ancient aesthetic expression. From conception of the idea to completion of their masterpieces, the student-artists have learned a great deal about the technique and individual steps involved in mosaic-making. The emphasis was placed on the use of unusual materials, all intertwined into the development of the class' collaborative main project "Ring of Spirit". Students experimented with the effects of dimension by varying the physical depth, color, and texture of many different mosaic materials, while also developing personal direction and confidence in mosaics.