Our mission is to provide a superior, independent, college preparatory education, serving a diverse student population in a safe, supportive community, conducive to the intellectual, emotional, and physical growth of each Independent student. We believe that exposure to opportunities in all areas cultivates each student’s unique potential.
Last week, several Lower School teachers and I had the amazing opportunity to attend an online conference run by the North American Reggio Emilia Alliance (NAREA). The conference featured presentations by two Italian educators who work with very young students in the Reggio Emilia framework for learning. Their presentations discussed the ways in which nature, music, and environment can shape a child's learning and growth, empowering children to discover on their own terms using their inborn curiosity to foster motivation and achievement.
Mr. Cain is putting together and planning for the spring production of Arsenic and Old Lace. If you are interested in tech or auditioning, there are sign ups on Mr. Cain's door (rm. 213). He is looking for designers, technicians, builders, painters, and of course actors. Auditions will be November 8th and 9th. Rehearsals will begin January 6th. If you have questions or concerns please see Mr. Cain.