Angela Pieroni

Science Teacher; Assistant Director of Pre-K to 8

Angela, a member of the middle grades faculty since 2001, currently teaches eighth-grade science and serves as assistant director of Pre-K to 8. She holds a B.S. from the University of Dayton and an M.Ed. from Walden University. She and her husband, Joe, are the parents of Gianna (’17) and Jonathan (’19).

Academic Club
Physical Science
College Education
B.S. University of Dayton
M.Ed. Walden University

Eighth-grader wins spelling bee

January 16, 2019
After several rounds of intense competition, eighth-grader Parker Scott won the Thatcher Hall Spelling Bee on Jan. 16 by correctly spelling the words “sepia” and “clavicle.”  

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Two-time Darlington Geo Bee winner qualifies for State Geo Bee

March 14, 2018
Sixth-grader Ethan von Bergen has qualified to represent Darlington School in the state level competition of the National Geographic Bee on April 6 at at Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville, Ga.

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First Grade Teacher

January 18, 2018
The classroom teacher at Darlington School must hold a B.A., B.S., or higher from an accredited college or university. Teachers are responsible for five key result areas: classroom management, curriculum development, parent relations and communication, student relations and communication, and personal and professional staff development. Teachers work closely with the Leadership Team (Director of Pre-K to 8, Assistant Director, Director of Student Activities, Director of Learning Center, and the School Counselor) along with Pre-K to 2 Team to support the mission of Darlington School and provide a program that nurtures every child’s success at Darlington School.

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Pieroni to serve on accreditation team

March 16, 2017
Angela Pieroni, assistant director of Pre-K to 8, has been asked to be a member of the SAIS accreditation team that will visit Columbia Academy in Columbia, Miss., this month.

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Professional development grants awarded to faculty members

May 10, 2016
Darlington School awarded professional development funds to faculty members following a competitive grant application process. The winners were officially announced last week at the annual Brown Faculty Appreciation Dinner.

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Problem Solving and the Hour of Code

Academic Administration | Angela Pieroni, December 10, 2015
Students in eighth grade participated in the worldwide movement of trying computer programming during the week of Dec. 7. There was frustration, groans, grimaces, sighs, cheers—these were all some of the signs of learning going on in Physical Science class during the Hour of Code.

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Barnes & Noble Book Fair to benefit Darlington

December 8, 2015
Darlington will host a Barnes & Noble Book Fair Dec. 11-12 at the Rome store. Online shoppers may use Book Fair ID 11660594 Dec. 13-17 for Darlington to receive proceeds from these orders.

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Some faculty, staff to take on new roles

June 24, 2015
The following faculty and staff members will take on new and/or additional job roles at Darlington in 2015-16.

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Thursdays at Thatcher: Settling In

Academic Administration | Luke Chaffin, January 8, 2015
Today I decided to sit back, get comfortable, and soak up my Thursday of physical science experiments, music, graphing, presentations and computer programming. Follow the ELA-8 adventures of the Communication Office staff each week on social media by using #ThursdaysatThatcher to see and read more about our adventures.

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Eighth grade science launches first-ever catapult competition

November 7, 2014
Marshmallows went flying and rubber bands went popping as eighth-graders put into motion what they have been learning about simple machines in Mrs. Pieroni's and Coach Smith's science classes.

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