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Dr. Kenyetta Wynn Presents to Educators on "The Power of Teaching"

On Saturday, June 22, Dr. Kenyetta Wynn, our associate head of school, had the pleasure of speaking at the Southwestern Association of Episcopal Schools 2024 Teaching and Learning Institute. Dr. Wynn spoke about "The Power of Teaching" and encouraged early childhood and elementary educators to foster student independence, sharing that "the greatest power anyone has is to em'power' others." We're grateful for our faculty and leadership who inspire our students to take responsibility for their success and reach their fullest potential.

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Rising Sixth-Grade Students Attend UK Round Square Conference

Last week, four rising sixth-grade students and two faculty chaperones returned from a Round Square conference in the UK! They got to meet and bond with other students aged 10-11 from four continents and nine different countries. The students had a blast exploring Edinburgh, Scotland before the conference began at the beautiful Ford Castle in northern England. What a great opportunity for our students to make friendships that span the globe!

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Upper School Students Travel to Morocco

In early June, 30 Upper School students from HIES’ Program for Global Citizenship traveled to Morocco for an exciting week of immersive learning! The trip consisted of peer-to-peer exchanges with students from Al Hassania school, sightseeing in Rabat, Fes, and Casablanca and a two-night homestay with Moroccan families. Our students enjoyed diving deep into Morocco’s religious and political history, visiting many significant cultural sites and discussing how the nation’s past has shaped its modern-day culture.

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