Darlington pre-K through second grade students got to participate in the Rome Area Council for the Arts and Redmond Regional Medical Center's Heart Health Month statues. Students created a beautiful heart garland that celebrated the fact that process is just as important as the product.
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.
Library Services | Kimberly Perkins, March 31, 2016
There is something special about having an opportunity to discuss and enjoy a shared reading experience with someone we care about and admire. We are drawn to books for different reasons, but a primary one comes via the recommendations by those we respect.
Cleveland shares interdisciplinary, cross-divisional lesson on national stage
December 9, 2015
Upper School Spanish teacher Crystal Cleveland recently presented on how to create an interdisciplinary experiential learning unit at ACTFL's Annual Convention and World Languages Expo in San Diego. The educator has successfully integrated art and history into her Spanish 4 class, enabling students to teach pre-kindergarteners about the prehistoric civilizations of modern-day Spain.
Pre-K & Spanish 4 Team Up for Experiential Learning: History, Art & Language
Academic Administration | Crystal Cleveland, March 27, 2015
Last summer, I traveled to Spain to research the evolution of cultural expression through the Wood Faculty Professional Endowment Award. I was able to "bring Spain" back to pre-K and Spanish 4 students, using an interdisciplinary approach to demonstrate how the past affects the present and informs the future.
Thursdays at Thatcher: Los Jueves en Thatcher (Part 1)
Academic Administration | Luke Chaffin, March 5, 2015
Today I switched gears (and languages) completely, and got to learn Spanish with my young friends in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade! Follow the ELA-8 adventures of the Communication Office staff each week on social media by using #ThursdaysatThatcher to see and read more.