Head of Middle and Upper Schools Clinton Howarth addressed the faculty and students with words of inspiration and a story about his alarm clock.
Grade 1 students researched a country of their choosing and presented their research during an online fair.
In her last Counselor's Corner series for the school year, Terry Williams gives strategies for emotional regulation.
With the heartbreaking loss of the spring athletic season, Athletic Director Beth MacInnes and Coach Brendan Carney have worked hard to provide team members with a well-rounded experience.
In her last book review for RA, Librarian Gail Heaslip shares Susan Hood's story about a young girl growing up in a town built on a landfill in Paraguay.
Grade 6 students were transported to the year 1928 and the mountains of North Carolina by reading Dovey Coe, written by Frances O’Roark Dowell.
Incorporating a mindfulness practice into your day doesn't have to be complicated or time consuming, and the benefits far outweigh the effort.
Parenting during normal times can be challenging but parenting during a global health crisis can be downright difficult. School Counselor Terry Williams offers tips to practice self-care during COVID-19.
Henrik S. spoke about joyful learning being a key to getting a good education.
As the weeks in quarantine continue, it is becoming increasingly difficult for all of us to stay motivated and to keep our kids focused. School Counselor Terry Williams offers helpful tips.