• Library News,  Library Programs

    The People Behind the PAWS

    End of term is fast approaching and the library looks forward to welcoming back the therapy dogs of St. PAWs. The club, founded by sixth formers Hunt Hobbs, Ruth Covo and Haley Fuller, is a wonderful group of certified dogs and dog owners who offer respite to our hard working students as exams loom. I had a chance to catch up with Hunt and asked him how they got this club off the ground and what his hopes are for it once he graduates this spring. What inspired you to start St. PAWS? In the fall of my third form year, I looked at the list of clubs on the…

  • Library News

    March Break

    Warm wishes for a restorative March Break! The Library building will be open the first two days of break, March 2nd and 3rd, from 8:30-5:00 and closed for the remainder of the break.  The Library will re-open on Monday, March 23, 8:30 am – 9:55 pm. All of the Library’s digital collections are available to you anytime you are off the grounds. When away, please visit vpn.sps.edu, log in with your SPS credentials, and click the link to the Library on the left-hand side of the screen. For a full list of upcoming library hours, please visit this hours page on the library site. Happy Spring Vacation!   Image Credit: Relaxation, 1930, 1st Edition…

  • Nugalia

    February 12, 1923

    Feeding time at the zoo: There is now quite a zoo here, what with the innumerable birds at the New Upper, a dozen or so squirrels about the Middle, a whole flock of pigeons, and many stray dogs, mice, cats, and rats.  One boy has even gone so far as to build a little  causeway from a nearby tree to his window on the second floor, so that the squirrels may get at their food easily.