- Lakeside School -- the school -- Congratulations, Hayden! We are very pleased to offer you admission to the 7th grade at Lakeside School. It is ranked #9 for college readiness.
- Hayden's SSAT scores just came in. He scored in the top 14% across all SSAT takers in 6th grade which is en elite bunch (only test takers applying to private schools)! Maximum score on each section is 710 and his scores were: 656, 668, and 677.
Dear Mr. (Scott) White,
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YAH HOO, Hip Hip Hooray and a Hey Nonny Nonny What an accomplishment! Merry Christmas to all Love Margot
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And the winner is... Because... Snap on sunglasses that make him feel like the movie the Matrix.
Istanbul / Salmon Bay
- Hayden & Doug Istanbul
- New: Space Engine. Also this: Access to a Galactic Telescope
- 5th grade play at Salmon Bay. Hayden at the dress rehearsal of The Tempist, he plays Trinculo. April 2014
- Hayden as Trinculo in The Tempest 2016
Wikipedia:Bridge_Builder --- Hayden mastered Arches, Triangles, and Boxcar triangles with his grandad, is 4' 2.5" and ran off 200 calories in a 4.2 mile run on the stationary bike
Hayden gave a guest lecture today (October 2011) in a visit back to his preschool. Read below. Science comment is about the kind of science they do at school. (Hayden is a science whiz)
Thank you so much for allowing Hayden to visit! It was great. He is such an amazing kid. We really miss him around here. Here are the photos from today's visit along with the transcript from today's conversation. He did great. Enjoy the sunshine and we'll see you and Claire tomorrow.
Take care, Teacher Anne
Teacher Anne: Hayden, could you tell us a little about your school?
Hayden: It’s actually a really good school. It even has art class, a nurse, a chess club, and mostly everything. Oh, and Spanish Club and we sing every Friday. We have a cafeteria and we can buy lunch.
Jay: How old are you, Hayden?
Hayden: 5 and a half!
Jay: Hey, I’m five and a half, too!
Teacher Anne: Anything else you want to share about what you do at your school?
Hayden: Yeah, we do math stories and P.E., that’s a gym. Not like a grown-up gym with all those things.
Teacher Anne: Machines?
Hayden: Yeah, we have balls and run around.
Teacher Anne: A big room where you do lots of movement games and sports?
Hayden: Yes, that’s it! Oh yeah, and we have calendar.
Phin: What about circle?
Hayden: We have meeting. That’s kinda like circle.
Mila: Ooooh, yes! You have circle. I love circle.
Teacher Anne: Hayden, do you do any reading at your school?
Hayden: Uh-huh and dumb science.
T. Anne: That’s not really a word we use at school. What do mean by that? Do you mean you didn’t really like it?
Hayden: Yeah, I don’t really like science.
Ella: Ooooh, we do science here and it’s great, Hayden. Science is great!
Phin: Yeah, we do lots of science here.
Mila: Hayden, any gardening in your school? We do a lot of gardening here.
Hayden: Yeah! Actually, we just did some gardening.
Mila: (Standing up) Hayden, come and look at what we planted. We’re doing gardening! Come look!
(Everyone gets up and excitedly gets his or her plants to show Hayden. Afterward, we return to the circle and the conversation continues.)
Teacher Anne: Anything else, guys?
Ella: Thanks for coming to our school, Hayden!
Jay: I won’t be at your school next year ‘cause I’m going to Spruce Street School.
Hayden: Oh. (Looks disappointed.)
Teacher Anne: Thank you for coming, Hayden!
Everyone: THANK YOU! (clapping)