SADL (“saddle”) is the newly developed St. Anne’s distance learning program designed to accommodate the social-emotional and academic needs of our PS-8th grade students during an extended period of time when on-campus learning is unavailable.

The purpose of SADL is to provide authentic learning experiences through thoughtful curriculum planningflexible scheduling, and consistent connections with peers and teachers.

At the center of SADL is the belief that St. Anne’s remains committed to educating minds, enriching hearts, and expanding horizons.

 

Introducing SADL!

March 20, 2020

SADL (“saddle”) is our newly developed St. Anne’s distance learning program. At the center of SADL is the belief that St. Anne’s remains committed to educating minds, enriching hearts, and expanding horizons.

St. Anne's Community,

We have decided the best course of action is to begin spring vacation on Monday, March 16. We plan to resume classes on March 30. This decision came following Denver Public School’s announcement and although we really hoped this wouldn’t be the case, we understand that we need to be a united school community. We need to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

We will continue to update our community over the next two weeks. 

We are amazed by the level of support and thoughtfulness this community has provided during these uncertain times.

Thank you.

Join in the fun! St. Anne's will kick off its third annual Blue/Gold Week for students in 1st-8th. On top of that, Penny Wars begins Tuesday, February 18, which is a fun opportunity for our kids to raise money for a charitable organization while competing by class and color! This year, all proceeds go to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.
St. Anne’s Episcopal School is excited to announce Margaret Grant Mitchell ‘90 as our new Middle School Head beginning July 1, 2020. Click below to read more.