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Severn on Course

The Bridge for Severn School alumni and friends

Spring 2014

Severn on Course toward a school fully realized


The Bridge for Severn School alumni and friends

Nicole Parker

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Douglas Lagarde Headmaster

John Bremer Board of Trustees, Chair

Tyler Larkin '03

The Bridge is published for alumni, parents and friends by Severn School’s communications office. Letters to the editor are welcomed. Send correspondence to: Editor, The Bridge, 116 Maple Avenue, Severna Park, MD 21146. Or send an email to info@severnschool.com. Severn School does not discriminate against any person in admission, employment, or otherwise because of race, creed, color, national or

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Severn School is accredited by the Middle States Association of

All renderings of Teel Academic Center were developed and provided by the architect, Hord, Coplan & Macht.


It's our turn

Eric Pikus, Drew Larkin, Doug Lagarde and Lisa Sherwood at the Severn on Course Campaign Launch on April 10.

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n Thursday, April 10, Severn launched the public phase of the largest campaign in its 100 year history. With a $22 million goal, the Severn On Course Campaign is ambitious and challenges us to look beyond the here and now and imagine what Severn can be; what it needs to be. Schools are uniquely accountable to the past and to the future. This campaign honors those who have entrusted this extraordinary institution to us and strengthens it for those who will follow. We live in an unprecedented time of opportunity and challenge; one that begs us to meet the demands of change with confidence and shape the change such that we serve our current and future students. Since 1914, Severn’s students have been asked to change, to risk, to reach for their

best selves. This campaign asks us to do the same, to reach and provide the resources for the School to be at its best. The goals of the Severn On Course Campaign are fourfold: to enhance the mission in the daily life of the School by increasing Annual Giving, to keep the mission alive for generations by increasing endowment dollars to support students and faculty, and, the lion's share of the funds, to fulfill the vision by providing needed capital to replace Teel Academic Center. Simply put space matters. We must continue to shape our campus for the next century with spaces that encourage collaboration, spaces that spur experimentation and foster connections. The gift of space drives program innovation and creativity, honors the dedicated work of our faculty, and allows

our students to aim higher, compete harder and do more to meet the changing standards of today’s world. Every corner of Severn has been touched by the generosity of those who stewarded this exceptional School for its first 100 years. We are the beneficiaries of those who came before; we stand on their shoulders. Charting our destiny is one with no end. Our goals are too ambitious and our students and faculty too talented for us not to plan for and aggressively seek support for their future. Everyone has a role to play, and I ask you to please consider making a gift to the campaign. By keeping Severn School a philanthropic priority, alums, parents and friends can continue to proclaim a confidence in Severn’s present and an excitement about its future. It's our turn.

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I hope you enjoy this special issue of The Bridge – Severn on Course Revealed! It has been an exciting past few months, as we celebrate our Centennial year at Severn School, and as we enter the public phase of the campaign. We are so thrilled to share these dynamic plans with the entire community and answer any and all questions you may have. In this issue of The Bridge you will find important information about the Severn on Course Campaign and how you can be a part of this next chapter in Severn’s history (see page 17).

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From the Campaign Director

Campaign Launch Party Thank you to the 100 guests who attended the Severn on Course Revealed launch party. It was an exciting night as we revealed the plans for the new building, with presentations by Headmaster Doug Lagarde and Campaign Chair Mike DeStefano. See more photos from the event on the back cover.

With many thanks,

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Danielle DeVeau Crawford Director, Campaign & Major Gifts Parent of Cameron ’27 and Isla ’27

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P.S. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact me at 410.647.7701 ext 2357 or d.crawford@severnschool.com.

Severn on Course Website We invite you to view the new Severn on Course website, the best way to follow the progress of the School's largest fundraising campaign in its history. The site features the campaign priorities and financial goals, testimonials, and renovation plans for Teel Academic Center. We also encourage you to download the campaign booklet for even further insight into the campaign and where we're headed as a School. Our campaign website is also a convenient way to make your Severn on Course Campaign gift.

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4. 1. Julian Domenech '84, Claudia McLaughlin, and Erin Domenech 2. Adger Stokes, Mike DeStefano '84, and Steve Maconi 3. Sharon Akers, Jim Corckran ’63, and Jenny Corckran 4. Casey Smith (Hord, Coplan, & Macht) and Doug Lagarde Spring 2014

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Gifts made to the Severn on Course Campaign to the Severn on Course Campaign to invest in our facilities, support endowment, develop student programs, and sustain the Annual Fund. S E V E R N S C H O O L B E N E FA C T O R S H AV E M A D E G E N E R O U S G I F T S

DOUG LAGARDE ANNOUNCES L E A D C A M PA I G N G I F T

T H E M A L O N E FA M I LY F O U N D AT I O N E N D O W M E N T AWA R D

On Thursday, April 10, Doug Lagarde, Headmaster, announced the launch of the Severn on Course Campaign and a generous lead gift for the renovation of the Teel Academic Center. “Through prudent fiscal management and successful fundraising efforts, $14 million is available to invest in the construction of Teel. As part of the $14 million, I am very pleased to announced that we have received a significant commitment from a member of the Severn community who is dedicated to helping the School fulfill its vision by enabling the construction project to go forward. We will honor the donors’ wishes to remain anonymous but are extremely pleased to give public and formal thanks to this donor at this exciting time for the School. Their gift to the School will be enjoyed by generations of students to come - present and future as we move forward with this needed project.”

In May of 2012, Severn School was selected to receive a prestigious $2 million endowment award from The Malone Family Foundation. The School has been designated to establish The Malone Scholars Program at Severn School for the purpose of providing scholarships to new students entering grades seven through twelve who demonstrate financial need and possess exceptional academic promise. Severn School awards at least one Malone Scholarship to a new student each school year. Our goal is to identify additional Malone Scholars using income from the grant, in accordance with The Malone Family Foundation’s endowment spending policy. Financial support for each Malone Scholar, in keeping with the Foundation’s guidelines, may range from 30 percent of tuition to full coverage. These scholarships are renewable until graduation.

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If you look at what’s been happening at Severn, you get the sense that something very exciting is going on,” says Kent Holtgrewe ’73. “Helping play a (small) part in Severn’s future is extremely gratifying – on any number of levels.” Kent has supported the Kent Holgrewe '73 and Doug Lagarde Annual Fund generously over the years and most recently made a gift to the Severn on Course Campaign. Why does he continue to invest in the school and stay in touch? “I believe Severn is on a tremendous track, and if the marketplace is an accurate indicator many other families in the region think the same way. I’m hopeful the school is able to impact other students, current and future, the way it impacted me. I’m extremely impressed with Severn and the people it has attracted and retained – teachers, parents and students – and investing in the school allows me to stay connected to Severna Park and remain a part of the community.”

The School received a generous $500,000 gift from the James M. Stine Foundation to construct The Stine Outdoor Education Center. Now cleared of invasive non-native greenery such as bamboo and kudzu, the nearly three acre parcel that backs up to the Severn River. The space boasts a spectacular tiered classroom, trails, a counsel ring, a challenge course with lowropes to promote team building, and an artist reflection area. (see page 15).

K E N T H O L G R E W E '73

J E A N N E A N D J A C K S A U M P '17 P '19

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The Saum's understand that giving to the School is a necessity. They know that it helps and improves the value of future students like their youngest, Caroline, who is not yet a Severn student. “In order to fulfill the vision of the School we know we must contribute.” Jack added, “From a business point of view, I know that you must invest in the strength of the facilities, which impacts the program and makes it the best place possible, for as long as possible, for a better return for students.”

Jeanne and Jack Saum


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Visit www.severnschool.com/ severnoncoursedonors to see our rolling list of campaign supporters.

Living our Mission by Steve Maconi, Director of Development

SEVERN SCHOOL IS A SPECIAL PLACE. It is a place where the mission comes alive every day. Severn School is a community of faculty, staff and parents committed to the intellectual, physical, and character development of each and every student. It is a place where personal

The $22 million Severn on Course Campaign includes $17.5 million for the Teel Academic Center, $1.5 million for curriculum and programs, $2.0 million for faculty and student endowment and $1.0 million for the sustaining impact of the Annual Fund. On the following pages, we outline these priorities and fundraising goals.

development happens every day naturally - in the classroom, on the athletic fields, on the playground, in the Dining Hall, between classes, on bus rides and at the Education Center - it happens everywhere the Severn community comes together in support of the personal growth of every young person.

$17.5 MILLION FOR THE RENOVATION AND REBUILD OF TEEL ACADEMIC CENTER

This encapsulates exactly what the Severn on Course Campaign is: the Severn community coming together in support

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in the future with state-ofthe-art facilities, relevant learning programs that inspire creativity and innovation, dedicated faculty and a diverse student body that reflects the best of our

Facilities that prepare our learners for tomorrow’s challenges. Modern buildings help attract the best and brightest students and faculty. State-of-theart facilities also reflect an institution’s commitment to students by affording classroom space where students can prosper and excel, not just exist; a space where facilities offer opportunity, not obstacles to learning. The renovated Teel Academic Center will support and expand on our communities greatest strengths; meaningful student-faculty relationships in an engaging learning environment. The new Teel Academic Center will allow our students to explore, design and experiment with ideas and concepts in a collaborative teaching and learning environment. Our community has responded to the Teel Academic Center challenge with $14 million in commitments to date. The remaining $3.5 million is our challenge; our opportunity to demonstrate commitment to the best facilities in support of our students (see pages 8-14).

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$1.5 MILLION FOR CURRICULUM AND PROGRAMS Programs grounded in an abiding tradition and tailored to a changing world. Education and the technology to support it are changing quickly. The New 21st Century Curriculum is designed to meet that challenge by leading students towards more critical thinking, analysis and problem solving in all academic areas. Technology incorporated into every classroom and in the hands of every student will help transform teaching and learning. Meanwhile, a commitment to leadership and the environment will remain at the core of the Severn School educational experience. New leadership programs and our new Stine Outdoor Education Center will afford Severn School the opportunity to expand our commitment to both character development and environmental awareness (see page 15). Our community has responded to the 21st Century Curriculum challenge with $500,000 in commitments to date. The remaining $1.0 million is our challenge; our opportunity to demonstrate commitment to curriculum and programs that inspire the best from our students.

$2.0 MILLION FOR FACULTY AND STUDENT ENDOWMENT Faculty and students that reflect our commitment to diversity. While the best facilities attract the best faculty and the best students, the “Severn experience� is most influenced by our outstanding faculty. Severn faculty live the mission every day, by knowing and valuing each student, and by inspiring students to find their passion, and pursue their dreams; accomplished in an environment committed to the pursuit of excellence in character, conduct, and scholarship. Our ability to achieve a diversity of excellence within our faculty and student population requires investment in faculty and student endowment: an investment in our future, and a visible demonstration of commitment to every faculty member, to diversity and to our desire to know and value each student. In May of 2012, Severn School received a prestigious $2 million endowment award from The Malone Family Foundation (see page 4). The School has established The Malone Scholars Program at Severn School for the purpose of providing scholarships to new students in grades seven through twelve who demonstrate financial need and possess exceptional academic promise. While Severn has technically met its endowment goal set forth in the Severn on Course Campaign, gifts to endow programs, such as, professional development, financial aid, and teaching chairs, to name only a few, are always encouraged and needed.

Severn Endowment Growth from 2006 -2013 $12,000,000.00

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For more information on the Severn on Course Campaign, including how to make a gift, go to: www.severnschool.com/severnoncourse

$1.0 MILLION FOR THE SUSTAINING IMPACT OF THE ANNUAL FUND On Course to our brightest future. As you consider your role in Severn School’s future, we ask that you not to forget the present. While tuition pays for over 90 percent of the daily operations of Severn School, your Annual Fund support is the difference between meeting our mission and truly living our mission. From iPads to faculty professional development to campus security — Annual Fund is the gift that makes that difference possible every day. Your gift counts. Your support matters.

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Campaign Goals Summary

Goal

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Funds Needed $3.5M

Student/Faculty Endowment $2.0M $2.0M

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$22M $17.2M

$0 .7M (Expected) $0.3M $4.8M

The Severn on Course Campaign is our opportunity to chart our own future, to make our own history. We, the parents, alumni, grandparents, and friends of Severn School, have the ability to meet the challenge, and participate in the incredible opportunity this challenge presents. Please consider what you will do for today’s students and faculty and for students and faculty for generations to come. We have a chance to make history and create our own legacy by building on a 100-year history of inspiring leadership and an abiding tradition of excellence. It is our hope you will take your turn to help us to continue to live our mission. Spring 2014

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A Closer Look at the New Teel Academic Center The renovation of Teel Academic Center is the final crown jewel on the Teel Campus – the last of Severn's old, outdated buildings.

TEEL ACADEMIC CENTER FUNDRAISING GOAL

$17.5 MILLION

Opening the doors to six students aspiring to enroll at the Naval Academy a century ago, Rolland Teel set the initial course for Severn School.

One hundred years later, Severn School has changed with the times. We’ve grown outwardly in the ways that a healthy school must grow –

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expanding enrollment, building our physical plant, becoming a preschool through grade 12 school, strengthening curricular offerings, and increasing student and faculty diversity. And inwardly, we’ve stayed true to the essential tenets of our 1914 founding: challenging our students to pursue excellence in character, conduct, and scholarship, in a community where adults model these qualities and where each student is known and valued. As a Severn stakeholder, you know the value of our long-held traditions — and you know yourself that a life fully realized is never at rest; it comes not through satisfaction over a task completed, but resolute action toward the next goal. That’s why this second-century inflection point is so important — the end of one era necessarily shapes the advent of the next. With your help, we can

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marshal our resources and stay on course toward a school fully realized.

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With the support of the Severn School community, the successful completion of the Severn on Course Campaign will positively impact every student at Severn School for generations to come.

"Board members before me had the foresight to recognize that the renovation would be needed in the future and included this element in the strategic plan as the final piece needed to fully realize the Severn campus which will have an impact on how our students, present and future, learn. I am honored to continue to work with the Board in this capacity and am excited to continue to strive toward reaching our goal of raising $22 million."

Michael DeStefano '84 CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE CHAIR, FORMER TRUSTEE, ALUMNUS, ALUMNI PARENT, CURRENT PARENT


A. R. Marani Builders of Baltimore is the contractor, and has a long history with Severn, as this will be the fourth construction project with the school. Hord, Coplan & Macht of Baltimore are the architects and have been part of the project since 2011.

Building highlights: 55,000 square feet of space more than 30, 21st century classrooms with cutting-edge technology a modern, spacious, two-story, flexible-by-design library with group and individual study areas an Innovation Lab enabling our students to explore, design, and experiment with ideas and concepts offices and meeting spaces designed to inspire collaborative thought, outstanding teaching, and deep learning an entrance rotunda – Centennial Hall – will include the inscribed name of each and every Severn School graduate two exterior courtyards for students to gather, relax, and enjoy the outdoors

"This new Teel Academic Center is going to very clearly define the front door of our school and be a very clear indication of where the center of our campus is." Molly Moore Green '83 DIRECTOR OF ENROLLMENT AND OUTREACH, ALUMNA, PARENT OF AN ALUMNUS, CURRENT PARENT

Watch Molly's complete interview discussing the transformation of Severn School through the years.


Once complete, the updated Teel Academic Center will create a defined entrance and ‘front door’ to the Teel Campus and Severn School. It will feature an entrance rotunda - Centennial Hall - showcasing the names of each and every Severn School graduate inscribed along the walls.

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Innovation Lab

What does learning look like when it has no limits? An Innovation Lab will enable our students to explore, design, and experiment with ideas and concepts. The new Zimmerman Library will be modern, spacious, two-stories, and flexible-by-design, with space for group collaboration and individual study.

"In 1997, the campus was quite a bit different. We still had the Dining Hall, Mr. Teel’s house, and Wood’s Hall – it was interesting, and lots of good stories. But we were told that we would work on modernizing the campus, plans were underway, and bit by bit that’s come to fruition. Now having Teel be modernized, or renovated, will bring that full circle." George Yost FACULT Y MEMBER 12

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Watch George's complete interview reflecting on the School's changes over the years.


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Watch Mary's complete interview about the plans for Zimmerman Library.

"We’re looking forward to a new design with a quiet floor upstairs, and a downstairs with places where students can get help with research, meeting with friends, and tables where they can do work together. The design is fantastic to allow the students to have a variety of opportunities every day." Mary Coutts HEAD LIBRARIAN

Zimmerman Library

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East Courtyard

The renovation and reconstruction of Teel will afford our students the opportunity to benefit from the campus in its entirety by the creation of two landscaped courtyards. These outdoor areas will provide students additional space to gather as a community, relax and enjoy the outdoors.

West Courtyard

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View from back property

“This is the element that’s been missing

The Stine Outdoor Education Center The Severn River, a living laboratory that opens the opportunity to begin a conversation about service and ecological preservation with our students, is just steps away from our campus. The nearly three acre parcel that backs up to the Severn River, The Stine Outdoor Education Center, boasts a spectacular tiered classroom, trails, a counsel ring, a challenge course with low-ropes to promote team building, and an artist reflection area. As issues of environmental degradation become more and more pressing in the world at large, our Environmental Program allows students to study the river’s small world, planting the seeds of responsibility and stewardship that grow within them for a lifetime.

from a holistic approach to education: fostering an understanding of and appreciation for nature.” Phil Lenham UPPER SCHOOL SCIENCE TEACHER

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F R E Q U E N T LY A S K E D Q U E S T I O N S PLE A SE DIRECT ALL ADDI TIONAL SEVERN ON COURSE QUESTIONS T O C A M PA I G N D I R E C T O R , D A N I E L L E D E V E A U C R A W F O R D AT D. C R A W F O R D @ S E V E R N S C H O O L . C O M O R 4 1 0 . 6 4 7 . 7 7 0 1 E X T 2 3 5 7

Q. What is the Severn On Course Campaign? A. The Severn on Course Campaign is the largest campaign in Severn’s history. The primary focus of the campaign is to reach our goal of $17.5 million to renovate and rebuild the Teel Academic Center. This is Severn’s first campaign with a capital component since the successful conclusion of a 2008 campaign to construct the School’s Edward St. John Athletic Center. Additional priorities for the Severn on Course Campaign include an investment in our curriculum and programs, faculty and student endowment, and the Annual Fund.

Q. Why do we need to rebuild Teel Academic Center? A.

New building overlay on campus aerial

The 1967 Teel Academic Center with its 1984 addition is an outdated and inadequate space for teaching and learning. Originally designed as a student residence hall, its rooms are small and lacking in many of the most basic classroom necessities. This building has tested our community’s creativity and good humor, and while we have proven our ability to improvise and innovate, we are ready for an up-to-date learning facility that invites, supports, connects and expands our community’s great strengths. Our classrooms need to be big enough to foster and inspire learning and collaboration here and beyond.

Q. What is the campaign goal? A.

The total goal is $22 million, including $17.5 million to renovate and rebuild the Teel Academic Center. The Severn on Course Campaign also seeks $2 million for endowment to support students and faculty, seeks $1.5 million for programs and $1 million for the Annual Fund.

Q. Why is the Annual Fund part of the Severn on Course Campaign? A.

The Annual Fund is a vital source of support every year – and always will be. Gifts to the Annual Fund from the Severn community have an immediate impact on today’s student experience and enhance our innovative academic programs. An unrestricted gift to the Severn Annual Fund is applied wherever the need is greatest, in the Lower, Middle and Upper School, and is essential to Severn School’s financial strength and flexibility. An investment in Severn grants the ability to live our mission every day, as it has for 100 years.

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Q. Who will be asked to give? A.

All members of the Severn community - alumni, parents, alumni parents, grandparents, faculty, staff and friends - are asked to give as generously as they can. Every gift, regardless of the size, makes a difference in the lives of Severn students and faculty.

Mr. Michael DeStefano '84, Chair P'09 P'11 P'14 Mr. Brett Anderson P'12 P'14 Mr. Mike Cauley P'12 P'15 P'19 Mr. Rich Gergar P'14 P'16 Dr. Alison LaVigne P'14

Q. When will the Severn on Course Campaign close? A.

Mr. Jon Mahan P'23 P'25

All gifts made by December 31, 2015, will be credited to the Severn on Course Campaign.

Mrs. Katherine Ostberg P'10 P'11 Mr. Eric Pikus P'17 P'22 P'22 Mr. Wilson Phipps '74 P'03 P'06

Q. Will Severn School increase the number of students enrolled in the Middle and Upper School with the renovation of Teel Academic Center? A. There are no plans to increase the number of students enrolled at Severn.

Mrs. Diane Sweeney, M.D. P'19 P'21

Development Office Mr. Stephen 'Steve' Maconi

Q. Where will student classrooms be located while construction is underway? A. A Learning Village will be constructed on what we call the Little Field at the end of the current academic year. The Village will consist of two separate modular units connected by raised walkways. Both units will be under cover and will have heat, air conditioning, restrooms, and will be connected to our SevernNet computer network.

Director, Development 410.647.7701 ext 2315 Mrs. Hollis 'Holly' Carroll Development Associate 410.647.7701 ext 2259 Mrs. Danielle DeVeau Crawford Campaign Director, Director of Major Gifts 410.647.7701 ext.2357

Q. How will construction affect Teel campus? A.

Ms. Alison Hall

It is Severn’s priority to keep any disruption to campus and programs at a minimum. There will be no major impacts to traffic flow during drop-off and pick-up.

Database Manager, Development Office 410.647.7701 ext 2256 Mr. Tyler Larkin '03

Q. What is the building timeline? A.

Director of Alumni Relations 410.647.7701 ext 2262

Construction is scheduled to commence on Monday, June 9, 2014, and will come to a conclusion in August 2015.

Mrs. Mary Kernan Salsich Director of Annual & Planned Giving 410.647.7701 ext 2261

Make Your Gift to the Severn on Course Campaign

To discuss your gift to the campaign please contact Danielle DeVeau Crawford, Director, Campaign & Major Gifts at d.crawford@severnschool.com or 410.647.7701 ext 2357. Alternatively, for all the ways you can make a gift, credit card, check, wire transfer and stocks, please visit our website, www.severnschool.com Spring 2014

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In the next issue of The Bridge: Centennial Weekend Photos • Graduation • Lower and Middle School Promotions • Severn Athletics Update • Severn Faculty News • Campaign Update Severn Legacy Photos • Class Notes

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