When was the last time you sat and had a face-to-face chat with a friend, instead of trading a flurry of texts? How about a family dinner that didn’t include screens at the table?
Month: March 2017
The Importance of Giving and Receiving Feedback
As we work to educate our girls and young women, one of the most important skills to consider is not only how to provide effective feedback but also how to help all the members of our community hear and implement feedback so that there is growth and improvement.
“I did it for Dad and the girls.”
Francis Clement Powell was the son of St. Clement’s School founder, Canon Thomas Wesley Powell. Born in 1897, he was only four years old when he stepped into SCS’s first kindergarten class in 1901 (in the early days,
A true Clementine
“Behold the turtle. She makes progress only when she sticks her neck out.” So said the late Ruth (Cooper) Bell ’38, and by sticking her neck out again and again,
Impact Through Clarity
On Saturday, our St. Clement’s Board of Governors and Senior Administrative Team gathered for a facilitated retreat about our strategic direction. As noted to our community, we are seeking to develop an ongoing vision that incorporates our current goals of an inspired and balanced program,
A celebration of celebrations
Each year, SCS celebrates language and culture through our week-long Carnaval event. This year’s theme is “celebrations.” Cultural celebrations bring people together and that’s exactly what our Carnaval week has done through a kick-off assembly,