I finished reading an excellent book this weekend by Dr. Dolly Chugh entitled The Person You Mean to Be: How Good People Fight Bias.
This weekend I have been reflecting on a number of events and activities that have taken place over the last number of days both at SCS and outside our walls.
An organization’s mission statement is fundamentally important. As I often say, our St. Clement’s mission is like a filter through which we run decisions, programs and approaches to ensure that we are focused on doing what we say we are doing.
This past week was a wintery one, and it forced me to realize that one should never say never.
Almost exactly eight years ago,
St. Clement’s School believes strongly in the notion of community, so much so that it is one of our articulated values. We believe that we draw strength and support from openness,
Good afternoon and welcome to our St. Clement’s School Carol Service.
As I say every year, this event is a time-honoured tradition, and is an opportunity for our community to gather to celebrate so many things.
At St. Clement’s School we value curiosity so much that it informs much of what we do. Our School’s mission is to develop outstanding women who are intellectually curious,
At the end of September, I wrote about the wonderful and wise words delivered to the School community from our senior leaders. I was impressed by their reflection and insights and commented that their articulations were evidence that our purpose to help develop our girls’ sound values and character and ensure they thrive in their School years and beyond was,
On Friday, I gave a eulogy for past Board member and Alumna, Christine Featherstone ’67, at her memorial service.
While I believe strongly that each and every Clementine is an outstanding woman who deserves to be recognized,
It is hard to believe that it is mid-October, and that another new year is launched at St. Clement’s. This time of year is one of welcoming.