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Peace Pledge Sets Tone for Year Ahead

Fall Conference Launches New Year with Additions to EMS team

Climbing to New Heights at EMES Playground

Fifth and Eighth Graders Celebrate, Prepare to Move on

EMS Seeks International Student Hosts for 2021-22 School Year

After 33 Years, Elwood Yoder Is Ready to “Re-Wire”

First of a Kind Jr/Sr Banquet Brings Something Nearly Normal

Deanna Reed to Address EMHS Commencement

All Hands on Deck for EMS Outdoor Dessert Theater

EMS Inducts 29 in National Honor Society

EMES Library Lands in Permanent Home

Two Earn National Merit Scholar Finalist Recognition

Blauch: From EMHS Hoops To WNBA Administrator

Easy to Appreciate EMS Principals on Special Week

Principals’ Message in a Time of Chaos and Confusion

A Summary of the Year of All Years: Top Posts of 2020

Covid-Free Fall is Reason to Celebrate

EMS Sends Boost to DC-Area Food Bank

Students Manage Lunchtime Composting System

Stutzman logs 1,000 miles on OneWheel

Volunteers Move Outdoor Learning Vision Forward

Solar barn raising: 357 Panels Installed

EMS to Stage Les Misérables, COVID-style

Buchanan “Passes the Baton” to Gardner

Two Named National Merit Semi Finalists

Called to Build Community in Polarized Times

EMS Launches New Year With COVID Precautions

New Faculty Join Eastern Mennonite School

Air Quality is Priority in New Year

New Year Launches with COVID Restrictions

Videos Help Families Prepare for Safe Schooling

New Members Bring Diversity to Board of Directors

EMS Solar System Largest in Harrisonburg School

Plan for 2020-21: Every Student, Every Day

Boys and Girls Club at EMS for Summer Camp

“Fort” is Added to EMES Peace Path

EMS Launches Racial Equity Group

Roth Calls Graduates to “Embrace the Discomfort”

102nd Commencement Takes Place, Drive-In Style

Senior Celebrations Begin

Bryse Vrolijk ’20 Earns National FFA Recognition

An Open Letter from Paul Leaman on the Death of George Floyd

Fifth Graders Hear and Share Affirmation at Year End Celebration

Stapleton Honored for Service and Integrity

Eighth Graders Told: Each One is “Somebody”

Parents Celebrate Teachers with Yard Signs

102nd EMHS Commencement Set for June 13

Principal, Sponsors Deliver Senior Yard Signs

COVID-19 Book Exchange Day a Bright Spot

A Message from Paul Leaman, Head of School

EMS Virtual Choir Shares Music with More Than 30,000

EMS is #FlamesStrong in Online Mode

#FlamesStrong: EMS Remains Engaged and Active During COVID-19 Shutdown

EMS Responds to COVID-19, #FlamesStrong

Scholarship Application Deadline Extended to March 31, 2020

Students Join with VMRC to Knot MCC Comforters

POSTPONED: Alice in Wonderland Coming to EMHS Stage

Remembering Timothy Brenneman, Long-time Teacher

Mennonite Educators Conference Inspires Hope

Ten EMS Students Join Model UN

EMES Celebrates Building Renovation

Kindergartners Put New Kitchen to Work

After 14 Years, Elementary Program Has a Home

Bridge Footers Usher in New Era; Students Get First Look

Daffodils from Garden Club Plant Hope for Spring

1964 Move Recalled as 2019 Move Draws Close

Auction Raises $24,000 for STEAM and Aid

Students Support Restorative Justice Prison Ministry

Vietnam Stories Recovered Through Volunteers

Chainsaw Artist Adds to Play Space

Q & A with Waega Samwel, Tanzanian Visitor

Ritchie ’23 Team, Third in Game Design Contest

14th Peace Parade Marks International Day of Peace

Centennial Quilt Revealed and Dedicated

K-5 Team Visits Building Renovation

Playground Uses Natural and Reclaimed Materials

EMS Starts Year with Increased Enrollment

Bridge Funded to Join Two Buildings for One Campus

Discovery Trip is 9th and Last for Barry Darr

More than 250 Serve During Community Service Day

Agriculture Production Program Ignites Passion for Conservation

Auditorium Podium Tells a Story

Andrew Gascho Named Athletic Director

EMS Launches New Website

Lynette Mast Named Kindergarten Teacher

Creating a School Culture with Dignity for All

Applicants Welcome for Discovery Program

Summer Learning Creates Lifelong Memories

Permit granted, elementary project moving forward

Seniors Share Appreciation

At the Foot of the Tree: Reflections from Pittsburgh

Student-led Spirit Week Raises More Than $2,000 for Community Services Board

History Day to Explore Roman Empire

Circle Continues as Recording Studio is Demolished for Elementary Program

The Difference a Teacher Can Make: J. Ernest Martin Lifetime Service Award Winner

Steps Out of ‘Comfort Zone’ lead Nathan Hershberger to Young Alum Award 2018

Peace Dove Puppet Leads Annual Elementary Peace Parade

Faculty and Staff Stories Bring the Spirit Alive During Spiritual Renewal Week

Shaping Lives Through Music, Hostetter Named EMHS Alumnus of the Year

Trisha Blosser Named Eastern Mennonite School Development Officer

Elementary Students Sign Pledge of Nonviolence, Wash Others’ Hands

Maria Archer Named K-8 Principal

Justin King Named New High School Principal