Morning Routine Tips

March 24, 2021

By: Heather Descourouez, Assistant to Upper School Principals Showers and breakfast and meltdowns-oh my! Weekday mornings…ugh. Trying to get everyone out of the door in the morning can be rough. I am NOT a morning person so trying to survive while not ruining everyone’s mood for the day can be even more difficult. Many years…

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Teaching in a Pandemic

March 18, 2021
Teaching in a pandemic

Reflections from a Teacher During Unprecedented Times By: Beth Feest, Upper School Social Studies Teacher As we approach the 1 year anniversary of the Covid-19 shutdown, I’ve been doing quite a bit of thinking back and analyzing all that has transpired in the past 12 months.   Obviously Covid-19 caused a dramatic upheaval for all…

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Balance in a Digital World

March 9, 2021

By Mary Grubb Finding Balance in a Digital World Technology is at our fingertips! Everywhere we look, no matter where we are, we can access the Internet. We can be online with friends, be on social media, and watch or read the news with just a click. Our access is instantaneous and with each passing…

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