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    JV/Freshman Fall Sports Ceremony

    Athletic Center - Shipley Pavilion - 1
    Junior Varsity and Freshman Fall Sports Athletes to be recognized by coaches and Athletic department for their efforts this season.

    Parents/guardians welcome but not required
    Contact: Jamie McKee

    Halloween Concert and Spooky Reception

    Chesebro Academic Center - Saks Auditorium - Aud
    Annual Halloween Concert and Spooky Reception with a "Day of the Dead" theme.
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    Middle School Grade-Level Field Trips

    Grade 6: Camden Aquarium
    Grade 7: Philadelphia
    Grade 8: Liberty Science Center
    No sports.
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    Fall Classic

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    Playing Fields - Mercer Lake
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    Varsity Football

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    Playing Fields - Natale Family Athletic Field
    Varsity Football vs Mercersburg Academy

    Senior Day

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    Varsity Girls' Soccer vs Mercersburg Academy

    Senior Day

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    Varsity Boys' Soccer vs Mercersburg Academy

    Senior Day

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    Varsity Field Hockey vs Mercersburg Academy
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    The Hun School Welcomes Kwame Alexander

    Athletic Center - Shipley Pavilion - 1
    Kwame Alexander is a poet, educator, and the New York Times Bestselling author of 25 books, including Rebound, the follow-up to his, Newbery-medal winning novel, The Crossover. Mr. Alexander  writes for children of all ages. Some of his other works include The Playbook: 52 Rules to Help You Aim, Shoot, and Score in this Game of Life; Surf's Up, Animal Ark, Out of Wonder, Solo, and Booked. 

    A regular contributor to NPR's Morning Edition, Mr. Alexander is the recipient of several awards, including The Coretta Scott King Author Honor, The Lee Bennett Hopkins Poetry Prize, Three NAACP Image Award Nominations, The NCTE Charlotte Huck Honor, and the 2017 Inaugural Pat Conroy Legacy Award. He believes that poetry can change the world, and he uses it to inspire and empower young people around the world through his Writing Workshop. He's led cultural exchange delegations to Brazil, Italy, Singapore, and to Ghana, where he is training teachers and building a library and health clinic, as a part of LEAP for Ghana, an International literacy program he co-founded. The 2018 NEA Read Across America Ambassador, Mr. Alexander is also the host and producer of the literary variety talk show, Bookish.

    Mr. Alexander's performance is made possible by The Hun School's Raider Reads Program, Centennial Speaker Series and the Parents' Association Faculty Grant Program. 

    This event is free and open to the public with registration.
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    Red Cross Blood Drive

    Athletic Center - Breen Family Gymnasium - 2
    Any student, faculty, staff, parent, or community member who qualifies, according to the Red Cross is wecome to give!

    https://www.redcrossblood.org/donate-blood/how-to-donate/eligibility-requirements.html

    Dance Show Dress Rehearsal

    Saks 31 Auditorium

    Varsity Fall Sports Banquet

    Dining Hall
    Contact: Jamie McKee
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    Dance Company Afternoon Show

    Saks '31 Auditorium

    Dance Company Evening Show

    Saks '31 Auditorium
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    Master Class with Mark Bennett

    Athletic Center - Shipley Pavilion - 1
    The Hun School is pleased to welcome Mark Bennett, founder of Performance Development Systems, on Saturday, November 10th. A UK-based performance coach for elite athletic teams, Mr. Bennett will host a one-day Master Class on positive attention and performance-based team culture.
     
     
    Mr. Bennett is a featured guest on podcasts such as Changing the Game and the Talent Equation. He has worked with colleges and universities all over the world, more than 20 Olympic, professional, and international sports teams, and the British Military on creating athlete-centered teams to maximize learning and team development.
     
     

    Experience a Master Class on Performance Development Systems with its creator. Mr. Bennett will share his internationally recognized methods, wile using live examples and demonstrations. 

     
    Topics Include:
    • How to introduce athlete centered cultures;
    • What athlete-centered coaching is;
    • How to adjust your own style while maintaining your uniqueness;
    • Helping see value in this approach;
    • Maximizing athlete engagement;
    • Developing athletes that can adapt tactics live; 
    • Dealing with common barriers;
    • Accelerate learning with understanding;
    • Decreasing talk time in sessions.
     
    Master Class with Mark Bennett is open to the public with registration, while space allows.
    • Individuals $200
    • NJAIS Members $150
    • Hun coaches and students, gratis
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    2018 New York City Reception

    The Hun School of Princeton
    invites you to attend a cocktail reception 
    with Headmaster Jonathan Brougham.
     
    Monday, November 12, 2018
     
    The New York Yacht Club
    6:00 – 8:30 p.m.
    37 West 44th Street
    New York, New York 10036
     
    Kindly respond by Monday, November 5th
                                                                       
    Dress code: Men should wear jackets and ties, and ladies dress accordingly.
    Denim clothing is not considered appropriate club dress and is not permitted.
     
    Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be served at this complimentary reception.
    Soft drinks will be available for those under 21.

    For information please contact:
    Janine Russo Vanisko ’83 
    Director of Alumni Engagement and Reunion Giving
     
     
     
     
     
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    Varsity Ice Hockey

    Scrimmage
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    Varsity Ice Hockey vs Princeton High School
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    Varsity Ice Hockey

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    Varsity Ice Hockey vs Montclair-Kimberly Academy
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    Student Holiday/ No Classes/ Offices Open

    Dorms close on Nov. 17th at 1:00 p.m.
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    Student Holiday/ No Classes/ Offices Open

    Dorms close on Nov. 17th at 1:00 p.m.
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    Student Holiday/ No Classes/ Offices Open

    Dorms close on Nov. 17th at 1:00 p.m.

    Varsity Boys' Basketball

    Scrimmage
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    Athletic Center - Shipley Pavilion - 1
    Varsity Boys' Basketball vs Shipley School

    Junior Varsity Boys' Basketball

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    Junior Varsity Boys' Basketball vs Shipley School
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    John Gale Hun's Birthday

    John Gale Hun, son of Dr. Edward Reynolds and Caroline de Forest (Gale) Hun, was born in Albany, New York, November 21, 1877. He earned a Bachelor of Arts from Williams College in 1899 and a Doctor of Philosophy from Johns Hopkins University in 1903. In September of that year, he began teaching mathematics at Princeton University.

    Dr. Hun had a desire to help students be more prepared to take on the rigors of the country’s top educational institutions, so he began to tutor them. In 1914 he resigned from Princeton University and founded the Princeton Math School. It would later be renamed The Hun School of Princeton.

    Click here to read more about Dr. Hun and The Hun School's history.

    School Holiday/ No Classes/ Offices Closed

    Dorms re-open on Nov. 25th at 12:00 p.m.
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    School Holiday/ No Classes/ Offices Closed

    Dorms re-open on Nov. 25th at 12:00 p.m.
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    School Holiday/ No Classes/ Offices Closed

    Dorms re-open on Nov. 25th at 12:00 p.m.
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    Varsity Boys' Basketball

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    Varsity Boys' Basketball vs Archbishop John Carroll High School

    Junior Varsity Boys' Basketball

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    Junior Varsity Boys' Basketball vs Archbishop John Carroll High School
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    Varsity Girls' Basketball

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    Varsity Girls' Basketball vs Germantown Friends School
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    Varsity Boys' Basketball

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    Varsity Boys' Basketball vs Haverford School

    Varsity Ice Hockey

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    Varsity Ice Hockey vs Bishop Eustace High School

    Junior Varsity Boys' Basketball

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    Junior Varsity Boys' Basketball vs Haverford School
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    2018 Washington, D.C. Reception

    The Hun School of Princeton
    invites alumni, parents, and past parents to the annual

    Washington, D.C. Reception
    Thursday, November 29, 2018
     
    Proper Twenty-One
    6:00 – 8:30 p.m.
    1319 F Street NW 
    Tribeca Room
    Washington, D.C. 20004
     
    Kindly reply by Monday, November 19th
     
    Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres will be served at this complimentary reception.
    Soft drinks will be available for those under 21.


    For information please contact:
    Janine Russo Vanisko ’83 
    Director of Alumni Engagement and Reunion Giving
    janinevanisko@hunschool.org
    (609) 921-7600, extension 2241
     
     
     
     
     
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    Varsity Ice Hockey

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    Varsity Ice Hockey vs St. Joseph's High School (Metuchen)

    Varsity Boys' Basketball

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    Athletic Center - Shipley Pavilion - 1
    Varsity Boys' Basketball vs St. James School
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