In this fifth installment of our ongoing Faculty Chats series, Ms. Rocker chats with Stephen Abel about what he loves about teaching English and Performing Arts.
This past summer, Brass Band Director Sam Nestor's music took him on a new adventure: to Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park, where he was the artist-in-residence in a position made possible by the National Parks Art Foundation, which offers month-long fellowships to select artists.
Welcome to the fourth installment in our Faculty Chats series. Today, Ms. Johnson is chatting with junior kindergarten teacher Laura McNeill about teaching early childhood and the discoveries everyday in her classroom.
Welcome to the third installment of our Faculty Chats series. This week we are we are delighted to share casual Q&A's with Ms. Johnson and teachers new to their roles, starting with junior kindergarten teacher Sakiko Togi. Listen in as she shares a bit about herself, her passion for teaching, and what she loves about teaching junior kindergarten.
Welcome to our second in our new Faculty Chat series. Today, Ms. Connor and nursery teacher, Haden Minifie are chatting about Ms. Minifie's experience and her Nursery classroom.
Today, we are delighted to share a brief, casual Q&A with Ms. Connor and floating substitute and steel drums teacher, Rudy Crichlow. Listen in as he shares a bit about himself, his passion for teaching, and what he finds unique about St. Hilda's & St. Hugh's.
Congratulations to Oliver Barrett, Assistant Director of St. Hilda’s & St. Hugh’s Brass Band, who recently earned a doctorate in musical arts from SUNY Stony Brook and launched "Upper Neighbor" a mobile app supporting young musicians.
Students learning cursive will have a new source for inspiration, thanks to St. Hilda’s & St. Hugh’s Third Grade Teacher Kym Mendez, who recently published I Am Brave: A Positive Affirmations Cursive Workbook.
Nicole Johnson and Katie Rocker prove that this fall is dedicated to establishing connections beyond the masks, plexiglass dividers, and orange cones that mark our spaces but don’t define the school day.
“This is an important reminder that while we are members of our school community, we are also part of a larger community of educators all dedicated to inspiring and educating children to become their best selves.”