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List of 10 news stories.

  • At graduation with advisor Pat Coyle

    Stepping into the Spotlight: A Graduate's Reflection

    Kealan Biebesheimer
    A graduate of the Class of 2018 looks back on one of the most important of his Shore experiences in the Advanced Theater Arts program.
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  • Walter Morris honored Lady

    Honoring 'Lady'

    Bill Fisher
    Ninth graders held an Empty Bowl fundraiser to benefit Partners in Development, the Ipswich-based nonprofit that coordinates Shore's ninth grade service learning experience in Glendora, Mississippi, and to honor "Lady," a Glendora resident who plays a key role on the trip.
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  • Ovalle introducing a character in one of her stories

    Storytelling in Spanish

    Bill Fisher
    Lower School Spanish teacher Claudia Ovalle centers her classroom practice around a model of language acquisition known as Teaching Proficiency through Reading and Storytelling, or TPRS.
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  • Barbara Willcox DiLorenzo with (from left to right) Pre-K teacher Beth White, past English teachers Judith Lais and Joanne Harder, third grade teacher Sam Hamlin, past teacher Barbara Drummond, and alumna and parent of two current students Alison McMaster '92

    A Visit with Author Barbara Willcox DiLorenzo '90

    Bill Fisher
    The author-illustrator of the picture books 'Renato and the Lion' and 'Quincy' spoke with Lower Schoolers and shared her memories of Shore.
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  • A moment during Stacy Tell's fourth grade fireside chat

    'Everyone's In': Social-Emotional Learning at Shore

    Bill Fisher
    The concept known as "social and emotional learning" has become ever more central in discussions about student well-being and success.
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  • Schwartz talking with students in Pat Coyle's sixth grade history class

    A Visit from the Ambassador

    Bill Fisher
    Sixth graders were brimming with questions when they got the chance to discuss diplomacy with veteran Foreign Service officer and former U.S. Ambassador to Somalia Stephen Schwartz, who visited their history classroom.
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  • The Other Winter Sport

    Bill Fisher
    As in previous winters, this season's staging of 'Shrek The Musical' undoubtedly qualifies as a team sport alongside Shore's other winter athletics offerings such as basketball and squash.
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  • Students greeting Leroy Sutton, one of the young men in the book 'Carry On,' whose author, Lisa Fenn, spoke in November at a Community Connections-sponsored event.

    Building Community Connections

    Bill Fisher
    Shore's Community Connections group brings together parents and faculty members to foster inclusion and support diversity.
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  • Adding a note to the kindness banner

    Kindness Always Matters

    Bill Fisher
    For the third year, Shore participated in the Great Kindness Challenge, a worldwide week devoted to nurturing a culture of kindness in schools.
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  • Third graders work together.

    How We Teach: Sara Knox on Elementary Classroom Practice

    Bill Fisher
    Sara Knox, Head of Lower School, explains the research, philosophy, and best practices that underpin teaching and learning in Shore's Pre-K through Grade 5 classrooms.
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