Lead From Here

Character Tree Traits in Action

    1st Grade Katie Overton, Claudia Lloyd, and Caraline Hayworth stayed on task and read the entire rotation during Reader’s Workshop. They showed responsibility and dedication as they were building their stamina in reading.   Xander Lamond and Conor McDonald have been motivated and self-aware in helping their...
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Lower School Highlights

The Path of the Scholar

  There are different paths that can be taken when traveling on a journey.  Each path will present different experiences. Those experiences will support how much or how little the traveler will learn and grow as a result of that journey. We are all on a journey together as...
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Lead From Here

Character Tree Traits in Action

Our entire Lower School community has demonstrated the beauty and grace of the Ravenscroft spirit recently as we experienced the loss of one of our parents. That spirit filled St. Andrews church yesterday as many students, parents, faculty, and staff gathered to celebrate the life of Mrs. Beth Purdy,...
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Leadership

I Believe

I believe. What a powerful statement, when you consider what it means to believe. “To believe” means: “To have confidence in the truth, the existence, or the reliability of something, although without absolute proof, that one is right in doing so. Only if one believes in something can one...
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Literacy

Summer Stack of Books

Summer is an awesome time of year for so many reasons. One of the things I like best about summer is the extra time I have to read. I seem to build my biggest stack of books in the summer, and most of the titles in my stack are...
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Guest Posts

Mythbusters: Lead From Here Edition

This is a guest blog from third grade instructor, Jennifer Baccus   A few weeks ago, I was watching the show MythBusters with my son. If you have never watched the show, the two hosts take a commonly held misconception or urban legend and go through as many steps...
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Lead From Here

Character Tree Traits in Action

The Lower School Science Olympiad Team demonstrated responsibility and dedication throughout the school year. Their collaborative efforts resulted in a very successful performance at a recent competition.The group finished in fourth place in the largest Division A tournament in the Triangle. Thirteen students earned a total of eighteen medals,...
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