Monthly Archives: October 2014

Something to consider…

In thinking about what to share on this blog this week, I was reminded of an article that first appeared in Time magazine on December 10, 2006. The article was by Claudia Wallis and Sonja Steptoe. It begins by recounting … Continue reading

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How Do We Learn Best?

What a treat was in store for me last Friday morning – I have been waiting all week to share that day with you! I had an opportunity, an invitation in fact, to visit in Second Grade and be interviewed … Continue reading

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Golden Grads and the Open House

Last Friday was a special day for a number of our older alums. About twenty-five graduates from the classes of 1963 back to 1937 gathered for a luncheon on campus. It was wonderful to hear a member of the Class … Continue reading

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Candidates’ Reactions to Derby, Life in the Classrooms

“Friendly and courteous. Lots of smiles! Introduced themselves, with great handshakes and good eye contact. Good conversationalists. Lots of smiles! Engaged in the process. Stopped me in the hall to say hi. Excited to know they were included in my … Continue reading

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