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  • "BEYOND DIVERSITY" FOR PARENTS

    Friday, November 9, 3:00 to 8:00 pm in the Common Room
    Saturday, November 10, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm in the Common Room
    The Office of Equity and Community Engagement invites all Brearley parents to Beyond Diversity, a two-day workshop that asks participants to look beyond diversity to consider what it means to pursue racial equity. Join with parents and faculty as Pacific Educational Group introduces a protocol for effectively engaging in sustained, meaningful and challenging conversations about race and racism in American society. This protocol is one that faculty, staff and administrators are using with your daughters to discuss racial identity and the pursuit of equity and inclusion at Brearley. Brearley is offering this important educational event to parents for the third year and we encourage all to attend. It is only through your participation that we can establish common vocabulary and strategies for meaningful dialogue about the important issues that our students confront everyday. Your attendance will aid in creating a stronger, more equitable school for our students and our entire community.  RSVP and email questions to Valerie Samuels at: vsamuels@brearley.org and indicate your dietary needs; meals will be provided.
  • ASIAN AWARENESS FESTIVAL

    Friday, November 9, 4:00 to 7:00 pm in the Assembly Hall
    Learn about various Asian countries! Engage in activities inspired by traditional and popular culture! Brearley's Asian Awareness Club presents an exciting afternoon for all ages filled with food and music. Admission is $5 for 10 tickets that may be used for all festival activities. Raffle tickets are $1 for 2 tickets. Proceeds will go to a nonprofit organization selected by the club. Please contact Co-Heads Ava Sinha (19sinhaa@brearley.org), Florence Li (19lif@brearley.org), and Wendy Wang (20wangw@brearley.org) with any questions. Look for raffle tickets on sale before the event!
  • PARENT CONFERENCE DAY: NO CLASSES K—IV

    Thursday, November 8
  • COMMON SENSE MEDIA EVENT

    Wednesday, October 17, 6:00 pm at the Village Community School, 272 West 10thStreet
    Join a discussion presented by Common Sense Media, Mental Health And Media: Digital Well-Being For Tweens And Teens, about topics ranging from cyber-bullying to “FOMO” (fear of missing out), with a focus on the latest research connecting digital life, anxiety, depression, body image and more.
  • MIDDLE SCHOOL SERVICE CLUB COSTUME AND CANDY COLLECTIONS

    Friday, October 5 through Thursday, October 25: Costume Collection
    The Middle School Service Club will be collecting gently used Halloween costumes to donate to Little Sisters of the Assumption. There will be a collection bin in the lobby. 
    Wednesday, October 31 through Friday, November 16: Candy Collection
    After Halloween, the Middle School Service Club will collect candy to be donated to All Souls Soup Kitchen. There will be a collection bin on the 6th floor. No food donations may contain nuts.
  • Order of Items: October GO

    LOWER SCHOOL CURRICULUM NIGHT (Should not be posted since will be over)
    Thursday, October 4
     
    MIDDLE SCHOOL SERVICE CLUB COSTUME AND CANDY COLECTIONS

    SCHOOL CLOSED: FALL WEEKEND
    Monday and Tuesday, October 8 and October 9
    Media: Photo from eNews Nov 2017 of shuttered doors
     
    INTERSCHOOL PANEL DISCUSSION
    Tuesday, October 9, 7:00 pm, Trinity School, 101 West 91st Street 
    We got JUUL'ed! 
     
    WHAT IS AUTOIMMUNITY? WOMEN AT THE FRONTIERS OF MEDICINE
    Wednesday, October 10, 6:30 to 8:00 pm, The Chapin School, 100 East End Ave 

    B+STEAM KICK-OFF BREAKFAST
    Friday, October 12, 8:30 am, Common Room
    Media: B+STEAM logo from Sept 2018 eNews
     
    LOWER SCHOOL FOOD DRIVE
    Friday October 12 FOOD ITEMS DUE
     
    OPEN GYM FAMILY FUN DAY 
    Saturday, October 13, 10:00 am to 12:00 pm, Brearley Field House, 353 East 87th Street 
    Media: Nov 2017 eNews

    PARENT EQUITY EVENING PROGRAM
    Monday, October 15, 6:30 to 8:00pm in the Common Room
    Media: Diversity Equity & Inclusion logo for Nov 2017
     
    COMMON SENSE MEDIA EVENT
    October 17

    MOUNTAIN DAY CLASSES V-XII
    Thursday, October 18
    Media: Mountain Day photo Nov 2017 eNews
     
    NEW YORK INTERSCHOOL ASSOCIATION PANEL DISCUSSION
    Monday, October 22, 6:30 pm, Trinity School, 101 West 91st Street  
    How to Talk to Your Kids About Healthy Sex, Relationships, and Consent at Any Age

    FALL DRAMA PERFORMANCE of CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF
    Thursday through Saturday, October 25 to 27, 7:00 pm in the Assembly Hall
     
    PARENT CONFERENCE DAY
    Thursday, November 8

    ASIAN AWARENESS FESTIVAL
    Friday, November 9, 4:00 to 7:00 pm in the Assembly Hall
    Media (Photo from Nov. 2017 eNews)
     
    BEYOND DIVERSITY TRAINING FOR PARENTS
    Friday, November 9, 3:00 to 8:00 pm in the Common Room
    Saturday, November 10, 9:00 am to 4:00 pm in the Common Room
     
     
    COMMUNITY LIFE AND DIVERSITY GROUP BOOKREAD
    Thursday, November 15, 6:30-8:00 pm in the Library
    Media: Can they send us a photo of the book? If that fails I have snapped a photo.

    BREARLEY BOOK FESTIVAL
    Thursday, November 15 7:45 am to 5:00 pm and Friday, November 16 7:45 a, to 4:00 pm, Common Room
    Media: Book Festival logo Sept 2018

    PARENTS’ ASSOCIATION MEETING 
    Friday, November 16, 8:20 to 9:20 am in the Assembly Hall

  • FALL DRAMA PERFORMANCE: CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF

    Thursday, October 25 through Saturday, October 27, 7:00 pm in the Assembly Hall
    Upper School girls are currently deep into rehearsal for this fall's drama production, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, by Tennessee Williams.  The tumultuous events in this Pulitzer Prize-winning play unfold over a single night. It's the sixty-fifth birthday of Big Daddy Pollitt, a wealthy Mississippi landowner, and his children are already vying to inherit his fortune.  A cast of 15 and a crew of 20 will open the show on October 25, with additional performances on October 26 and 27. Tickets are $7.00 each, and may be reserved after October 15 at http://bit.ly/BrearleyTix.
  • BREARLEY COMMUNITY LIFE AND DIVERSITY GROUP BOOKREAD

    Thursday, November 15, 6:30 to 8:00 pm in the Library
    As part of the Book Festival, let’s talk about, Little Fires Everywhere, by Celeste Ng. Copies available in the Library.
  • PARENTS’ ASSOCIATION MEETING

    Thursday, November 16, 8:20 to 9:20 am in the Assembly Hall
    Save the date to hear about the latest on the School's new schedule project. Please visit the PA's Resources board on the parent portal to view a video of the October 3 PA meeting which featured a discussion of the new building at 590, and the renovation plans for 610, https://brearley.myschoolapp.com/app/parent#resourceboarddetail/2812.
  • B+STEAM KICK-OFF BREAKFAST

    Friday, October 12, 8:30 am in the Common Room
    by Ashima Garg, Jyoti Patil, Eric Ross, Natalie Ross, Kevin Shand
    B+STEAM (Brearley + Science Technology Engineering Arts and Mathematics) is a community-wide event that celebrates technology and looks to inspire our girls to embrace it with confidence and curiosity.  B+STEAM will be held on Saturday, February 2, 2019. Please attend our kick-off breakfast and consider joining one of our sub-committees. Experience with technology is absolutely not necessary.  In the meantime, please feel free to reach out to us with any questions at brearleysteam@gmail.com. We hope to see you!

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  • A CONVERSATION WITH DR. TANYA HUELETT

    A CONVERSATION WITH DR. TANYA HUELETT

    By Lorena Lopes

    Reflecting on an “incredibly busy” first year as Director of Diversity and Community Engagement, Dr. Tanya Huelett spoke with eNews about the last year’s accomplishments and this year’s plans. As she engages with students, faculty/staff, parents, and alumnae, Dr. Huelett continues to build programming and structures to enhance Brearley’s commitment to a welcoming and egalitarian community. 

    As Dr. Huelett explains, the different constituencies within our Brearley community enter conversations about diversity, equity and inclusion with varying levels of awareness. Upper School students often lead the way in demonstrating a willingness, curiosity and commitment to learning about issues related to aspects of identity such as:  gender, race, religion and ethnicity. “They set the tone and they know where they want to go.” Students want to have authentic conversations, share experiences and come together even when disagreeing.  Dr. Huelett is working to provide the space and the opportunity for honest and productive conversation among students. The Courageous Conversations protocol, along with other structures introduced to the school by Glenn Singleton of Pacific Educational Group, continues to be instrumental in creating a common vocabulary and practice for community members to have difficult conversations. For students in a community where there is so much trust between themselves and adults, they expect the important adults in their lives to keep pace.

    To that end, Dr. Huelett joins department and team meetings as a thought partner and helps to design new approaches in the advisory program around issues of diversity, equity and inclusion. Current events often precipitate conversations within and outside of the classroom, and Dr. Huelett gives faculty guidance to insure those discussions are meaningful and respectful for all. The Equity Leadership Council, a self-selected group of 14 faculty and staff, meet with Dr. Huelett monthly to discuss historical as well as current perspectives on a wide variety of topics such as:  1.) how race has shaped educational policy and practice in the US, 2.) identity, status and respect in the workplace, 3.) recognizing and preventing micro-aggressions. The Council members then share their wisdom by leading four 90-minute sessions over the school year with groups of 12 to 15 faculty and staff colleagues. For these meetings to be effective, council members rely on the Courageous Conversations model to establish common understandings and practices. One goal of these sessions is to learn from one another by sharing stories. Therefore a common understanding that animates these sessions is that ‘everyone’s experience counts’. As a result, meetings have created a new and vital forum to expand understanding about the various places from whence we all come.

    For parents last year, Dr. Huelett organized the “Raising an Ethical Child” series as well as gatherings for parents of students of color.  For four evenings during the school year, parents of students of color from all divisions gathered to share their experiences, questions and perspectives. Parents gathered to share resources and provide advice and guidance to each other.  These evenings will continue in the 2018-19 school year. Of course, Dr. Huelett is always available and eager to speak with parents individually. The Raising an Ethical Child series featured structured chats, speakers and panel discussions. Topics are based on current community issues. For example, the panel discussion on family structures stemmed directly from conversations about the challenges a variety of children may face when classmates express narrow definitions of family (that exclude adoption, single parenting, divorce, and many other examples) that may unintentionally cause harm. By creating awareness among parents, and giving them the language to discuss diverse family structures at home, their children can better understand everyone in their community. “Creating healthy awareness is not easy,” says Dr. Huelett, who finds this work is a delicate balance between two poles: While no community member should be invisible, hyper-visibility can be difficult as well.  And while there is urgency to address the needs of our children in real time, it takes time and patience to create an environment and structures that address all community members’ needs.

    For this coming year, Dr. Huelett is continuing many of the programs that worked well last year and is creating new programs as well.  She is developing programming on religious diversity for the Middle School.  The Raising an Ethical Child series will continue and she welcomes parent input on useful topics.  Given the issuance of Brearley’s statement of gender diversity, Dr. Huelett will help to identify additional internal professional development about its implementation.  She and a delegation of Brearley students and faculty will again attend the National Association of Independent School’s (NAIS) People of Color Conference in Nashville at the end of November. Dr. Huelett hopes to work with students to address requests for more guidance on what civil disagreement should look like in the classroom as students anticipate discussions in college classrooms.  As mentioned above, one of the most successful features of the education program has been the Courageous Conversations work with Glenn Singleton. Parents who have not been able to attend the seminars offered during the past two years are strongly encouraged to attend the two-day “Beyond Diversity” seminar on November 9th and 10th.  While the time commitment may seem daunting, the program is transformative. Dr. Huelett is happy to answer any questions you have about the program.

    Dr. Huelett’s role is both expansive and challenging. At its most basic level her job is to “support the school’s commitment to creating a culture that respects, celebrates and empowers all those who work and learn here.” Success is possible, Dr. Huelett says, because of “the institutional support and investment from Brearley’s leadership,” and particularly from Ms. Fried who is “deeply committed” to this work.  Dr. Huelett’s energy and commitment to her work in the Brearley community is obvious; we look forward to her second year of innovative and inspiring education.
     
  • ONE BREARLEY KICKS OFF A MOMENTOUS YEAR

    By Amina Holman
    Annual Fund Director

    ONE BREARLEY is the touchstone for our ambitious fundraising campaign, launched last fall, to support the new 590 building and other priorities. As a comprehensive campaign, all gifts for all purposes, including  Annual Fund donations, count toward the total amount raised in this community-wide effort.  The campaign is co-chaired by Christine Alfaro ‘91 and Reza Ali, both parents in Class VI, and there are a number of ways that parents can support the many exciting initiatives that are under way at Brearley.
     
    ANNUAL FUND
    The Annual Fund provides more than 10% of each year’s essential operating budget and combines with tuition to cover the cost of core needs such as faculty salaries, financial assistance and the academic program, including technology, library books, arts and athletics.  
     
    Thank you to the entire parent community for last year’s successful effort.  For the seventh year in a row parent participation reached 99% in the Annual Fund, and are grateful for your dedication and generosity.  In addition, we exceeded our $3.5 million goal and raised $3.7 million for Brearley through the Annual Fund. We hope to match these wonderful results again this year!
     
    We also would like to introduce our new Annual Fund Co-Chair, Whitney Mogavero, mother of Reese (I) and Hadley (III). She joins Co-Chairs Mary DelMonico and Rachel Erickson Hee as leaders of this vital parent effort. We are thrilled to have Whitney on the team.
     
    You will receive an Annual Fund mailing in the days ahead, and dedicated parent volunteers from your class will follow up with a phone call or email to answer questions and encourage your participation at whatever level is right for your family.  The Annual Fund closes in June each year.  Brearley deeply appreciates the generosity of its parent body.
     
    PARENTS’ ASSOCIATION BENEFIT
    Brearley’s yearly benefit celebration is hosted by the Parents’ Association and takes a variety of forms that often feature donated venues or talents from the Brearley community.  Proceeds support a specific operational need each year, and parents can provide leadership support by underwriting the event as well as purchasing tickets.   Discounted tickets for families receiving financial assistance enable all to attend this enjoyable community-building event. 
     
    This year’s PA Benefit is co-chaired by  Elizabeth Callender and Niamh O'Donnell.   Save the date: February 25, 2019.  More information to follow.
     
    FACILITIES PROJECTS
    We are also working to secure the necessary philanthropic gifts required to build the schoolhouse at 590 East 83rd Street that will open in September 2019. We are making excellent progress on both fundraising and construction, and the School has begun planning for future renovations to the 610 schoolhouse.  Gifts to facilities projects are vital to Brearley’s success in meeting the School’s long-standing need for added and reimagined educational space. 
     
    If you have further questions, please be in touch with any of us in the Development Office or call Anne Bergen, Director of Development, at (212) 570-8619.
     
    Together, we are creating an expanded and more cohesive Brearley School.  Thank you for all you do for the community.
     
    While there is no one Brearley girl, there is only One Brearley.
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    Music Department - WHERE SHALL WE INCLUDE ASHLEY'S PHOTOS OF RECITAL?

    Dr. Huelett

    Development - PHOTO OF CHAIRS POSTED with article
  • PITCH PERFECT: A VISIT WITH BREARLEY’S MUSIC DEPARTMENT

    By Charlotte Kingham
    Each day, the wonderful sounds of music-making fill the classrooms and performance spaces of 610 East 83rd Street—from Lower School students tapping out rhythms and practicing scales on new instruments, to Middle and Upper School students fine-tuning vocal harmonies or rehearsing for upcoming orchestral or other performances. As noted by Music Department Head Matt Aiken, musical engagement is an “integral part” of a Brearley education and the School provides “a rich and wide-ranging” program designed to foster the creative exploration of making music. 
     
    A Brearley student’s musical immersion begins in Kindergarten, with twice-weekly classes that explore basic concepts of beat, rhythm and melody through singing and percussion instruments. As girls progress through Lower and Middle School, these twice weekly classes continue, with the curriculum broadening to include the study of melodic structure, five-line staff notation, vocal performance, solfege and theory fundamentals. All students begin the study of an instrument in Class III, when girls may select violin, viola, cello or recorder. Students are given an opportunity to switch instruments in Class V, when instruction in flute, clarinet and brass is added to the curriculum; percussion joins the offerings in Class VII. And while curricular musical instruction becomes optional after Class VIII, many students choose to take classes offered in chamber music, vocal or instrumental technique during their Upper School years. 
     
    This rich musical program fosters a community of students eager to engage in extracurricular performance, and Brearley offers myriad opportunities to do so. Beginning as early as Class V, girls can join the Middle School Orchestra, Chorus, Jazz or Rock Bands, Recorder Consort or the Early Music and English Handbell Ensembles.  Performance opportunities abound in Upper School where—in addition to joining the Upper School Orchestra, Chorus, Jazz or Rock Bands or the B-Naturals a capella group—students may participate in Chamber Music ensembles, percussion or vocal performances and other special collaborations between interested students.  “Throughout the year, our talented teachers help to facilitate the girls’ exploration of a variety of musical styles and performance opportunities,” Mr. Aiken explains. 
     
    There is no question that Brearley’s Music Department is inspiring its students:  each year, approximately one-thirdof all Brearley girls participate in at least one of the School’s performance groups.  “Our students are so passionate about their musical endeavors and so committed to taking their music to the next level,” observes Mr. Aiken.  Throughout the year, the girls perform at Brearley and beyond, including at other schools, community centers and concert halls; great music and wonderful community spirit are the hallmarks of any Brearley concert! 
     
    Want to join Brearley’s enthusiastic and talented musicians in the room where it happens? Check out this list of upcoming performances, and watch your eNews for additional announcements throughout the year!

    Thursday, December 13     Choral Concert: MS Singers and US Chorus, 7:00 pm
    Sunday, February 10         Orchestra Concert for MS and US Orchestras, 4:00 pm
    Monday, February 25         US Chamber Recital, 5:00 pm
    Friday, May 17                  Spring Concert and Potluck, 7:00 pm 
    Sunday, May 19                MS and US Orchestra Concert, 5:00 pm
    Wednesday, May 29           US Chamber Recital, 3:30 pm
    Monday, June 10               B-Naturals Jam, 7:00 pm

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  • MIDDLE SCHOOL HOSTS PHONE-FREE THURSDAYS; EVERYONE ENCOURAGED TO PARTICIPATE!

    For over a year, Mr. Brownell, Head of Middle School Student Life has been organizing the 'Middle School Phone-Free Thursday' initiative. On phone-free days he encourages the girls who have cell phones (and their parents) to leave them turned off. The first date for this school year will be Thursday, October 4 and he hopes to have expanded participation.
     
    Mr. Brownell says that, "Girls who have participated have expressed surprise at having more time for pleasure reading, getting to bed earlier, finishing homework faster and even very simply noticing something in their external environment they hadn't noticed before."   
     
    His main challenges in getting students to participate are that they don't feel like they have any reason to participate (since it's optional) and that some families feel like their daughters need their phones. He reminds us that, "We have to acknowledge that teens aren't great at setting boundaries for themselves and one area that needs boundaries is the phone. This is one way of opening up people to what is possible if you're not tethered to your phone."
     
    Mr. Brownell adds that, "It's always helpful to remember that the parent is the official owner of the phone (assuming they pay for it) and part of the privilege of having the phone is the parent sets certain ground rules for use." He can't imagine a scenario where a middle schooler gets her first phone and is given no ground rules for use. So parents are well within their bounds to say: "You're doing this."   
     
    He wants to also add that he is definitely not anti-phone! "I use mine for podcasts, listening to music, directions (I'm directionally challenged) and of course communicating with friends and family. This is about creating a balance in your life and finding times when your mind is free to roam and doesn't immediately turn to the screen."
  • THE BREARLEY UNOFFICIAL AND PERPETUAL

    By Grace Offutt
    Are you interested in getting a recommendation for a contractor, finding a great summer camp, selling theater tickets, or much, much more? 
     
    The Brearley community is lucky to have two online forums: The Brearley Unofficial and The Brearley Perpetual that are tremendous sources for advice, recommendations and discussion. The Unofficial serves about 500 parents of current and recently graduated alumnae. The Perpetual serves anyone who has or had a connection to Brearley; its 434 current members are spread around the world. Both forums are moderated by volunteers and are intended to enable the community to connect in informal exchanges. 
     
    The Unofficial moderators are Jenny Lee Alto (jennyleealto@yahoo.com) and Margaret Lee (margaretleedees@gmail.com). They encourage parents who would like to join to contact them. The Unofficial began in April 1999 and has has been very popular ever since. While currently parents use the Unofficial mostly as a site for soliciting advice, it began as a forum for discussion about current issues of interest to parents. 
     
    Don Klein is the moderator and founder of the Perpetual. In 2004 he learned that since his daughter had recently graduated and, thus, he was no longer a Brearley parent, he would not be included in the Unofficial.  (Since then parents of the graduating class have a two-year period before they leave the Unofficial.) He describes his reasoning for creating the Perpetual, “We just wanted the support group we knew to continue to provide input to our daily lives: some of it good – some of it questionable but lots of it always available. ….. Where else can you say ‘a friend needs help’ and get empathetic responses from people you know only through the group, have never met but somehow trust?” To join to perpetual, send Don an email (donklein@eastendtech.net). 
     
    While both forums are informal, here are tips for posting:
    • The information exchanged does not reflect the policies of Brearley or the PA.  
    • The discussions are not moderated by the PA, and it is assumed that members will use common sense and discretion when discussing topics within the Brearley community.  
    • Parents post messages with the understanding that their posts will not be forwarded to third parties, posted on public sites, or go viral.  Attachments are blocked for safety reasons.  
    • When posting please include your name and your daughter’s name(s) and class(es). (For example, “Regards, Bob Jones, Elizabeth, 2018 & Dorothy, 2025.”)  
    • While the forums are intended to be a space for lively discourse in the Brearley community, please refrain from posting jokes or political commentary, promoting personal businesses or causes, or posting comments that may be offensive to other members of the Brearley community.  
    • When you "Reply" to a post you are replying to ALL MEMBERS.  If your intention is to contact a specific individual, please change the email address.
    • If members prefer fewer individual emails a digest form is available.  
    Though not required for membership, members with a Yahoo email address can search the archive of messages on the Yahoo Groups platform. The Yahoo Groups platform does not allow non-Yahoo email address/Yahoo ID access to historical messages. 
  • LAST CHANCE TO ORDER 2017-18 PHOTOGRAPHS

    The Lindner photography group is wrapping up the 2017-2018 photo season.  To order your daughter’s class photo from last year please use the link and password your Class Rep sent you last year to access the Linder website. If you don’t have the link and password, please email the studio directly (info@lindnerphotographygroup.com) indicating that you are a Brearley parent and including your daughter’s class and homeroom teacher’s name from the prior school year.
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    BREARLEY UNOFFICIAL/PERPETUAL

    LAST CHANCE TO ORDER 2017-18 PHOTOGRAPHS
  • ADULT VOLLEYBALL

    By Natalie Ross
    Fall means Volleyball!!! Adult Volleyball is a group of experienced alumnae, parents, and staff who play volleyball every Wednesday night during the school year in the 9th floor gym. All are welcome, and we encourage everyone interested to come by. Please contact Natalie S. Ross (nsdhross@gmail.com) if interested.

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    Fall Athletes ready to play!
  • SPRING SPORTS WRAP-UP

    By Kristen Williams
    Brearley concluded its 2017-18 year in sports with the 31st Annual Athletics Banquet honoring all Brearley athletes for their dedication to the athletics program. 
    Some final sports highlights include:
    Varsity Softball emerged as AAIS Co-Champions with Spence; 
    Varsity Track placed 3rd at AAIS Championships;
    Varsity Lacrosse fell to Chapin in overtime at the AAIS Semifinals 11-12; 
    Varsity Tennis was defeated by Nightingale in the AAIS Seminfinals 2-3; and 
    Varsity Badminton also lost to Nightingale in the AAIS Quarterfinals.
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