Vox pop is short for the Latin phrase vox populi, which means “the voice of the people.” This vox pop was produced by Sophia Bassi (’24).
In 2017 the middle school altered their grading system from using letter grades to assessing students’ work using standards, and then converted those standards assessments [Read more…]
In the Middle School, community service is not a requirement for students. The act of community service can be an asset to the development of [Read more…]
I believe that fifth and sixth-graders should be offered electives similar to seventh and eighth-graders instead of taking general art and drama classes. Students would [Read more…]
Currently, students in the middle school celebrate multiple spirit days divided up throughout the year. In past years, these spirit days took place all in [Read more…]
For the first time ever, parent-teacher conferences included students in February. This new change has had a positive impact on teachers, parents, and students. Therefore, [Read more…]
For the past few months, a committee has been reviewing the ASL Mission Statement. I believe that the Mission Review Team should look to the [Read more…]
Vox pop is short for the Latin phrase vox populi, which means “the voice of the people.” This vox pop was produced by Mia George (’23).
Vox pop is short for the Latin phrase vox populi, which means “the voice of the people.” This vox pop was produced by Lola Henninger (’23).