The Henry Hall Fellowship (formerly the Aquarium on Wheels program) is an award-winning after-school and summer paid conservation leadership program for Baltimore City Public Schools high school students.
Over the past 18 months, Greater funds have reduced our existing mortgage debt by roughly $700,000! Combining scheduled payments with those of Greater, we’ve reduced our debt from just shy of 7.4 million dollars to around 6.5 million. Thank you for your faithfulness and generosity Your generosity equipped us to refinance our debt last month. Our rate moved from 6.75% to a much lower 4.625%. This represents a 10 year loan with a scheduled 5 year adjustment. With the refinance, we are now…
Rachel Muir ’20 Receives Community Service Fellowship
“I know I want to commit my life to service and justice,” says Muir.
2019 Teacher of the Year finalists Alexandra Caram, a library and media specialist at Summer Street School in Lynnfield and Gavin Smith, a biology teacher at the John D. O’Bryant School of Mathematics and Science in Boston 2019 Teacher of the Year semifinalists (Tracy Nadolny Duguay of the Martin E. Young Elementary School in Randolph, Jessica Lander of Lowell High School, Andrew Manning of Dorchester Academy…
Why I Teach: Mandy Henry
Middle school humanities teacher Mandy Henry is the next in our "Why I Teach" series. Like many of her CCSC colleagues, Ms. Henry brings a deep commitment to
Why I Teach: Henry Seton
Our "Why I Teach" series continues with a reflection by Henry Seton, who chairs the humanities department and teaches both 7th graders and seniors.
Carl Henry on Human Nature: Top 10 Lectures
Much of Carl Henry's moral sense was driven by his view of humanity. Whether discussing bioethical or political issues, his position routinely turned on the image of God.
Why I Chose an Interventional Pulmonology Fellowship
Dr. Van Holden describes her experience in pursuing an additional fellowship in interventional pulmonology.
Tennessee Educator Fellowship: The Third Way for Teachers to Handle Change
As educators it often seems that we have two options. Either we embrace the change handed down from Nashville without question, or we wait until a new governor takes over and implements different changes. In fact, when I began my teaching career, “Just wait, it’ll change” was the advice given to me by a veteran teacher. That message left me with the desire to find ways to impact change rather than simply being a passive recipient of it As I began searching for…
Heard in the Halls: 6.10.15
Lift for Life Visitation Academy's Worldwide Youth in Science and Engineering (WYSE) team (pictured above) took home first place in the large school division
Hall Eighth Grade Football Recaps
Hall Middle School's eighth grade "A," "B," and "C" teams played Granbury on Tuesday.
Joy in fellowship with God’s people: How the church can give you joy!
As we continue in this series on joy, the next reason the psalmist gives for joy is the people of God: ‘As for the saints in the land, they are the excellent ones, in whom is all my delight’. These are very strong words, which underline the passion and joy David felt in the people …
Cape Henry's Roberts knows how to play through pain
VIRGINIA BEACH Andrew Roberts gets painful daily reminders that he is one-in-a-million. The Cape Henry sophomore receives injections to treat cyclic neutropenia, a genetic disorder resulting from a lack of
District 100 Town Hall Meeting
The Belvidere School Board and Superintendent Dr. Woestman invite you to a Town Hall Meeting to learn about: - An Update on the District's Strategic Plan - The Transition to Student Centered Learning - An Overview of High School College & Career Preparation Efforts - The District's Strengths & Challenges
Cardinal Nichols on why John Henry Newman is ‘a patron saint for everyone’
The cardinal archbishop of Westminster came to Rome with 15 English and Welsh bishops to concelebrate the Mass in which Pope Francis declared Newman a saint, the first British saint to be born after 1800.
Hall seventh, eighth grade volleyball game summaries
Hall Middle School's seventh and eighth grade volleyball teams competed against Granbury on Thursday.
Hall eighth grade volleyball game summaries
Hall Middle School's eighth grade volleyball teams competed against Aledo on Thursday. Coaches comments are listed below:
269. Former US Treasury Secretary Henry "Hank" Paulson Jr. Shares Lessons Learned
On Thursday evening, with his 50th reunion approaching this weekend, Henry “Hank” Paulson, Jr. spoke to an auditorium filled with students and community members at Barrington High School. Paulson, a 1964 BHS graduate and the 74th U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, was honored as this year’s Barrington 220 “Alumni Legend.” He was interviewed by his...
Royals Hall of Fame Induction at Homecoming on Oct. 10
South Washington County Schools Royals Hall of Fame Induction at Homecoming on Oct. 10 Friday, October 3, 2014 - 1:34pm Woodbury High School’s Royals Booster Club celebrates Royal Pride on Friday, Oct. 10, for the Woodbury High School Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony as part of the Homecoming week festivities The activities begin with a welcome reception at 3 p.m. in the Woodbury High School Media…
How Do You Get to Carnegie Hall? Talent
A new review of research has restarted the argument over the relative importance of practice and native talent.
Town Hall Meetings Nov 8 & 13
Good Shepherd has an upcoming Voters’ Meeting to be held on Sunday, November 18 following our 10:30 am worship. The purpose of this meeting will be to elect two members to our Admin Board for a three-year term. The second item on the agenda is to consider an offer we have received for the sale …