In the middle of a grey week, our youngest Junior School students are brightening things up by participating in Winter Wednesday! What started as a creative way to introduce indoor activity during the cold winter months has grown into a program that involves faculty and staff throughout the school who want the opportunity to spend time with our youngest students and share a hobby or skill with them.
Last week, I was fortunate to have attended the United Kingdom Girls’ Schools Association Annual Conference in Oxford from Sunday to Tuesday. We are a group of educators charged with the important task of teaching,
That which we are, we are;
One equal temper of heroic hearts
Made weak by time and fate, but strong in will,
It has been an unsettling week as the world and, at a micro level, the St. Clement’s School community watched the United States election results unfold.
As I prepared for this evening, I thought a lot about the notion of a school closing, and the implicit message that things stop- or shut down- after this event.
With only a few blogs left, I felt it important to make mention of the necessary support I have had for my weekly writing over the last six years.
On Thursday evening, with thanks to our Parents’ Association, St. Clement’s hosted our final speaker of the 2015-2016 LINCWell Speaker Series. The School researches and invites to speak,