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18th Annual Wrap-In Shows Virtue in Action

18th Annual Wrap-In Shows Virtue in Action

On December 8, the school came together for the 18th annual Wrap-In - a day of gift-wrapping, cross-divisional fun, and giving back.  

The Wrap-In is a tradition during which students from all grade levels bring unwrapped items to gift wrap, putting our school motto – Virtue in Action - into practice. All pre-kindergarten through grade 12 classes pair up to wrap gifts together. Upper School students work with Lower School and Middle School students to wrap presents together before meeting in the dining terrace to drop off the gifts and meet for an all-school assembly.  

This year the school collected 1,000 gifts to donate to Cincinnati's Boys and Girls Club, Families FORWARD, and ProKids.  

 "Today, we don't talk about helping others; we help them," says Head of School Rob Zimmerman `98. "We don't just talk about our virtue; we demonstrate our virtue in action. And better yet, we come together as one community to do it." 

Click here to see pictures and videos from the event.