This week, the Grade 11s paid tribute to the Grade 12s at the Friendship Assembly. After a musical serenade, next year’s Grads presented this year’s Grads with flowers, hugs, and heartfelt wishes.
Month: May 2019
The Tip of The Iceberg
This weekend I was very blessed to be able to make a quick visit to the northeast region of Newfoundland with my mother. Twillingate, Newfoundland is known as Iceberg Alley and my mother and I were reminded of why upon our arrival.
The Red Blazer – Spring 2019
The Spring 2019 issue of the Red Blazer is out now. Learn about St. Clement’s School’s commitment to Cross-Curricular Learning; the value of designed space and custom furnishings for contemporary learning;
After what seemed to be an especially long and arduous winter, St. Clement’s School anticipated the arrival of summer with its annual May Day celebrations.
On Friday, May 17,
The Power of Dignity and Our Responsibility to Nurture it in our Girls
This weekend I have enjoyed catching up on some reading- both fiction and non-fiction. While I love fiction as an escape and a channel for relaxation, I find non-fiction particularly informative for work.
St. Clement’s School has long embraced the issues of diversity, equity, and inclusion and all were at the fore during the School’s recent Ally Weeks.
Spearheaded by SCS’s Diversity Student Committee and organized in collaboration with students from the Indigenous Affairs Circle,
Social psychologist Dr. Nilanjana Dasgupta, PhD, spent the day at St. Clement’s School on Tuesday, May 7.
Dr. Dasgupta, Professor of Psychology and Director of Faculty Equity and Inclusion in the College of Natural Sciences at the University of Massachusetts,
Loving Ourselves as We Love Others
On Friday our 6B class completed our Junior School’s Indigenous Seven Grandfather Teachings in assembly. Their topic was love and they chose to focus on love of family, friends, nature and self.
Alumnae Reunion Weekend
It was Alumnae Reunion Weekend at St. Clement’s School and the building was bursting at the seams with reminiscences shared and friendships renewed.
When a school is 118 years old,
SCS in Peru
In April, Shanice E. ‘19, Khushi P. ‘21, and faculty members Paul Cobban and Patricia Westerhof traveled to Peru for the Round Square regional conference with the theme “Journey into the Unknown.”
A highlight was a house-building project in an area still recovering from a devastating earthquake more than a decade ago.