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Mrs. Bernadette Gilmore

If you are a curious parent reading about elementary school-age education, you might be surprised to encounter the term “critical thinking” in online blogs or magazine articles. Critical thinking for young children? While critical thinking is often considered the domain of higher education or even secondary school, it turns out that the need to develop critical thinking skills in children at an early age is important to lifelong learning, academic confidence, and success.

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Ms. Vita Biddle

Regardless of social factors like geography, socio-economic background, or the type of school you attended as a child, almost each of us can relate to days in the classroom spent learning information until it was time to take “the test” on it.  But brain research is changing education and offering new alternatives to student assessments. 

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Student Government Officers
Mr. Kevin McDonald

Middle School is difficult, and no adult I have ever known has admitted to wanting to repeat it. I don’t mean the academics. I mean that feeling of wanting to crawl out of your skin, hide under your bed, and wait for this awkward and terrifying stage of life to pass without anyone noticing you.  How can we make school more comfortable during these difficult transition years?

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Student at water monitor
Mrs. Bernadette Gilmore

This month as we have turned our attention to Women in History, I have been reflecting on the ongoing need to better engage girls in science, technology engineering, and math. How can we inspire more young women to pursue careers in STEM?

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