Rose Hegele ’11 has always loved anything to do with sound and knew that her dream was to have a career in music. This week, she joined Ms Chisholm’s Grade 4 class virtually from her home in Boston to share what it means to be a freelance musician.
“Hatred is never right, compassion is never wrong.”
St. Clement’s School recently marked International Holocaust Remembrance Day with a virtual visit by Holocaust survivor Dr. Israel Unger, grandfather of Meira H.
On Wednesday of this past week, St. Clement’s was blessed to have Dr. Israel Unger, grandfather to three of our students and Holocaust survivor, at our e-ssembly. Dr. Unger came to share his experiences and stories about growing up in Tarnow,
Ms Chisholm’s Grade 4 class took a whirlwind trip to Thailand this past Monday, ably led by Alumnae Maggie (Lee) Chotibut ’02.
The visit was virtual, of course,
On Wednesday, after our weekly e-ssembly, I received an email from a parent who was taken with how we end our virtual gatherings.
She wrote, “[Our daughter] had assembly on in the kitchen and she made us all listen to the very end when everyone signs off.
Amongst the many things for which St. Clement’s School is renowned are the strength of its community and the outstanding women it produces. To kick off this week and for the foreseeable future,
This past weekend, I found myself considering three small words – “Ifs, Ands, and Buts” – that take on a big role in the context of conversation and learning. My recollection of hearing “No Ifs,
Each school year, St. Clement’s School’s student leaders select a charity to support through fundraising efforts and a general awareness campaign. At this week’s essembly, the Prefects announced that the charity adopted for the 2020-2021 school year is Visions of Science.
As we come back together after a holiday break, I find myself reflecting on what the start of a new year means. Admittedly, I have never been one for New Years’ resolutions or the notion that we can reset things and all will be well.