Junkanoo is a parade with colorful costumes, music, and dance that takes place to mark Boxing Day and New Year's Day in several English speaking Caribbean countries.
Perform comprehensive reviews to ensure that the curriculum and student learning experiences allow all EA students to benefit from a broad and inclusive education exploring diverse cultures, practices, and viewpoints.
A nuanced understanding of experiences and perspectives across cultures is a key to success in our modern, diverse, globalized society. The recent development of several new programs, units of study, and courses has made learning at Episcopal more inclusive as students and teachers consider a broader range of experiences.
By executing schoolwide curricular reviews, we will expand the impact of this broadening, ensuring that the curriculum and other student learning experiences are increasingly comprehensive and culturally responsive.
Lower School students were thrilled to welcome New York Times bestselling author Joanna Ho during their virtual, all-school assembly.
The library has launched a fun, new initiative this year that is designed to bring students in all three divisions together. Each month, the team selects a picture book with a theme that appeals to students of all ages.
Talking is encouraged during Middle School Chapel, that is on every 2nd day of the academic rotation when students meet for a new program called Advisory Chapel. "The heart and soul of Middle School is our Advisory program," explained Head of Middle School Imana Legette. "The goal is to better connect Chapel to the Stripes and Advisory."
Students in Danielle Yeager's 3rd grade class recently took their reading lesson outside to try out a Story Walk on display near the Lower School.