The gift that Lent is, to be aware that one who loves us is bringing us into being, melting our hearts, freeing us to let go, to trust, to forgive.
During 2020-21, to observe social distancing guidelines, we are not holding daily Chapel for grades 1-8. Instead, we are offering weekly virtual Chapel gatherings on Thursday evenings.
We're all tired of looking into screens, but you find the will to turn on the computer once again. We thought passing through COVID-19 would be a sprint, but it turned out to be a marathon.
The Episcopal Church is radically welcoming, rejects falsehood, aims to respond to prejudice, and to walk the path of peace, courage, and integrity. Knowing your values in this tumultuous time can make you more determined, hopeful, and resilient.
Today's events remind us of the vital work that we engage in every day in our classrooms and the culture of love and respect that are at the heart of our school.
The magi made a long journey to Bethlehem. In 2020 you too were forced to make a difficult traverse to reach Christmas. What is a hope you have for 2021? What longings are evoked for you for 2021?
In Chapel, Lower Division French Teacher Deb Jordan-Levy discussed the importance of learning about different Francophone countries while studying the language.