It was an absolute joy welcoming back almost our entire student population to 21 St. Clements Avenue last week. While the year, once again, has started off differently and the “new normal” means our health and safety protocols are still in effect,
I am so sorry we are not gathering altogether in person to celebrate this milestone with our Graduating Class of 2021, yet I feel very fortunate to be able to address you and your families.
This past weekend I had the good fortune to visit outside with a close friend who is also a colleague Head of School. With her school year having recently finished,
As educators, each one of us has a responsibility to guide and prepare the children and young people with whom we work. This is a privilege that should not be taken lightly.
Over the weekend, I had the pleasure of reading through two very different student publications; they were both wonderful reminders of the creative work happening behind the scenes at SCS.
There is no doubt that being 15 months into the COVID-19 pandemic, one might assume from the title that this blog is about the ongoing global health crisis. However, in addition to COVID-19,
With just a month of the current school year remaining, I am missing the time we would normally have together as a community. I miss the busyness of the halls;
It is safe to say that I feel a daily sense of pride for the work our staff and students do; I am enormously grateful for all that I learn from them.
This weekend was a wonderful one filled with connections, memories, celebration, and reminders of the importance of close friends and community. While it was busy, it was also the “right kind” of busy;
The phrase, “the show must go on” is one that comes from show business indicating that regardless of what happens behind the scenes, there will be theatre goers who are expecting a show and thus,