Our focus on character education is aligned to our mission and an integral part of how we teach, 激励和激励我们的孩子.
By Michael Fellin, Headmaster of PG电子游戏机
So many of us continue to be horrified by the violence inflicted on innocent civilians in Israel and Gaza. Many people from various backgrounds in our community have reached out to me over the past two weeks to express their deep concerns, and I have reflected on our School’s primary role in supporting students and staff. Like many other conflicts around the world, the Israel-Hamas war carries a profound emotional weight. The growing humanitarian crisis in the region has led to many questions, opinions, and feelings. It is crucial to help our students process these events, 进行尊重的对话, 培养批判性思维能力.
这些年来学校变得很忙, but I've still made it a point to spend time with my family and friends.
今年夏天, I read a non-fiction book called A Fever in the Heartland, which talks about the insurgence of the Ku Klux Klan. It’s the story of a lady who put an end to the rise of the Ku Klux Klan in the early 1900s. 我从中学到了很多, especially about how powerful figures can make quick decisions that can have an impact on an entire country.
以下文章发表于 新月会认为, a series of short essays distributed through the Crescent Centre for Boys’ Education.
As we returned to work the final week of August, my Libby app notified me that it was my turn to read 24/6: Giving Up Screens One Day A Week To Get More Time, Creativity, and Connection. The timing of this arrival was not lost on me as we all collectively transitioned from an extended period of rest to the energetic pace of Crescent life. As I listened to Tiffany Shlain outline her reasoning for going 24/6 and how it has impacted her quality of life I was drawn to how this practice could not only shift my own family life but also found myself wondering how it might translate to the classroom.