Ms. Keeler and Mrs. Reed have been remarkable leaders during this unprecedented disruption to teaching and learning. I have heard from teachers, staff, and families that their excellence is evident, and I concur. They’ve each shown me they have the vision, aptitude, and fortitude to lead their divisions.
Dear Families and US Students,
I had planned on sharing a message of cheer as we entered a new year and the second half of the 2020-21 School year. But in light of the armed violence that took place in the U.S. Capitol yesterday in an attempt to halt our democratic process, I need to adjust my thinking about this message.
A roundup of our top posts and stories from the start of the School year in August.
On Thursday, Dec. 3, United States Representative for Virginia's 5th Congressional District Denver Riggleman presented Jack D. '23 with a Congressional Award Bronze Medal for his work in the Charlottesville community to advance childhood literacy.
When computer science came to St. Anne's-Belfield several years ago, faculty members didn’t want to simply add a robotics club or create a stand-alone class or elective. Instead, they sought to create a program that would be integrated across all grade levels, span all disciplines from math and science to language and humanities, and would focus on project-based learning and problem-solving. Today, they have a curriculum that can serve as an example to schools across the country.
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