Posted 12/18/2014 05:36PM
The Whitby community gathered and assembled 143 snack bags for Colin's Crew!
Posted 12/12/2014 02:48PM
Whitby opens its doors to those schools interested or in-process of pursing accreditation in either Montessori, IB or a combination of both.
Posted 12/11/2014 09:01PM
Gameplay is a primary draw for kids to become interested in technology. Discussions soon bubble up assessing the value of "educational software." Whether a clear line of demarcation between "game" and "education" has been established, as with many things, from exercise to investing money, variety and moderation seems to prove most effective.
Posted 12/11/2014 03:16PM
When the days grow shorter, the weather turns colder and the first snow falls many of us become very busy decorating our homes, planning for family reunions, finding presents for loved ones, attending annual company dinners and trying to stay halfway sane through the process.
Posted 12/11/2014 02:19PM
Last week, Amy Bilden opened an art show at the Brink Gallery in downtown Missoula, Montana.
"To be able to go to an opening of one of my shows is phenomenal. Not only is it great as an artist, but it really informs me as a teacher."
Posted 12/11/2014 12:35PM
En garde! Congratulations to Whitby sixth grade students Sophia V. and Carolina O. who had AMAZING accomplishments this week!
Posted 12/09/2014 06:11AM
Congratulations to the cast and crew of Whitby's Upper School production of Urinetown! The seats were packed and the shows were fantastic.
Posted 12/04/2014 04:26PM
Last week, just before Thanksgiving, a new report titled "Skills for Success: Supporting and Assessing Key Habits, Mindsets, and Skills in PreK-12" was published (November 2014) by New America, a non-profit civic enterprise dedicated to the renewal of American politics, prosperity and purpose in the Digital Age. The report gathers insights, knowledge and experiences from numerous researchers, experts and practitioners into an area of learning that has had much public discourse—often associated with the words "grit" and "character."