Thank you, Country School and Liz Peri, for providing a moment for me to gain an understanding of a Country School I.D.E.A. experience. It will continue to be a memory that I will expand through my own expressions of empathy within challenging moments. I am confident that the young hearts and minds of the student community will also be impacted for years to come.
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Country School students, alumni, parents, and faculty members were among the 3,000+ athletes who participated in the IRIS Run for Refugees 5K.
Join us for this year's Secondary School Fair on April23
Country School students explore empathy, inclusion, and diversity, with visiting speakers, workshops, and more.
Eighth Graders are researching primary source documents to formulate a narrative about Lettuce, an enslaved woman who lived and died in Madison.
Country School students are sharing biotech activities with students in New London after-school program as part of biotech grant from Avantor Sciences.
As students at Country School prepare to delve into the history of local slavery and the lives of enslaved people as part of The Witness Stones Project, the school hosted a speaker whose words helped prepare students for the tragic and personal explorations they will soon undertake.
Communities across the United States have issues talking about, understanding, and confronting issues of race, particularly when speaking with children.