The last couple of weeks have proven to be an online success. We prepared ahead of time and were rewarded by the effort. I have visited many “classrooms” in progress and have been happy to see engaged students across the board. While I’m happy what we’ve achieved so far regarding distance learning, there is always … More Reminder, Professional Development Tomorrow (no school)
I will post one of our three graduates each week, beginning here with Eszter. Hi, my name is Eszter, I’m from Hungary and I’m a senior student at QSI Pápa. I have been studying at QSI for almost four years now and I have enriched with many great experiences, laughs, tears, and tons of knowledge … More 2021 Graduates
Delaney Ruston – Yesterday, I was about to click on the Roosevelt High School weekly newsletter when I stopped myself when it occurred to me, “Wait, why do I still open this each week given that my kids no longer go to this school?” Tessa graduated last spring, and still, I found delight in reading … More What Do You Appreciate About School Communication?
Parent/teacher conferences have gone well today. I know there’s a bit of anxiety in the air, but after meeting with the faculty, I am confidant we are prepared for the coming weeks. While it is unfortunate we can’t continue face-to-face with our elementary and middle school students (and, of course, Secondary), I’m hopeful this precaution … More Online Learning Beginning Monday, March 8
Dr. Delaney Ruston – Emotions are often challenging and confusing, and it truly baffles me why we don’t spend more time in schools and homes discussing this reality with our youth. In filming Screenagers NEXT CHAPTER, which in part explores the science of emotions, I asked a 7-year-old girl to list all the feelings she … More The Emotional Landmines Our Kids Live In