Planning for the future can be complex as it is difficult to know what to expect; however, as educators, we have a significant role to play in preparing our girls for the future.
Michael Harris, Canadian author of The End of Absence, wrote a thought-provoking piece in The Globe and Mail this weekend,
On Sunday morning I was going through my Twitter feed and came across Seth Godin’s daily post entitled Slow and Steady. Most often,
This past week was a good reminder for me of the benefit of trying something new within a supportive and encouraging environment.
On Wednesday evening,
Earlier this week I was away in Winnipeg attending the Canadian Accredited Independent Schools Annual Heads and Chairs conference. This conference provides Heads of Schools and our Board Chairs time away to connect and access speakers and resources about emerging issues and opportunities for our Schools.
On Thursday evening, we hosted the first of two Curriculum Nights at St. Clement’s, this one for parents of students in Grades 9-12. The evening started with a session about applying to Canadian Universities and along with the important specifics,
As we continue to work on our strategic plan for the upcoming three years, I am mindful that its goals are planned to be completed in 2020.
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,
On Friday evening I attended our St. Clement’s School production of Cinderella. It was a remarkable performance filled with superb singing, acting and choreography.
This weekend I attended the Round Square America Regional meeting at St. Andrew’s School in Boca Raton. Round Square is comprised of over 160 schools in over 40 countries.