Riverdale’s French classes have taken a French tradition, La Fete Des Rois, and made it their own. Their gratitude cards, illustrated and composed with care for the celebration, are dedicated to family, friends, teachers, and role models. They are on display outside of the student center. You don’t have to be a French student to add one to the wall.
French Cooking Lesson
Students at The Rumson Country Day School take their World Language classes very seriously! Taking knowledge of a second language outside of the classroom and having fun with it is not just encouraged…It’s part of the curriculum. Enjoy as this upper school student teaches us how to make a classic French dish: crepes! Bon Appetit!
The Rumson Country Day School
Houseparents at Milton Hershey School
Houseparents at Milton Hershey School significantly impact the lives of our students. Because houseparents work so closely with students, houseparents are important role models, teaching students life lessons and core values. As a residential school, we truly care for the needs of the whole child, and houseparents play a substantial role in ensuring student success. […]
Milton Hershey School
Building Character Education into Curriculum
This fall, Ranney Middle School (Tinton Falls, NJ) students will be studying more than algebra, world history, and literature—they will be learning about values and conflict resolution. A new program called G.R.I.T. is bringing character education to the classroom. Standing for Guided expectations, Respectful communication, Identifying solutions, and Transferring solutions to the community, the G.R.I.T. […]