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.
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Communities across the United States have issues talking about, understanding, and confronting issues of race, particularly when speaking with children.
The Country School’s runners put forth great performances across the board at the regional meet with several runners qualifying for the National Championships that will be held in Madison, Wisconsin on Saturday, Dec. 14.
Students at The Country School are already in the middle of an “inclusion, diversity, and equity” learning unit, so Witness Stones’ program fits right in.
For one week in December, which is national science week and national Hour of Code Week, The Country School students and faculty proudly hosted an Hour of Code event.
Luke Sherman ’08 has a long-standing interest in environmental sustainability, and he’s using it to make a difference globally.
The Country School welcomed more than 60 alumni last week for the traditional Fall Alumni Reunion.