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"This is Why" - 5 Lessons Learned From My Trip to China

   

Brent Bell, Head of School
Tuesday, Jul. 28, 2015

This summer, Mrs. Tara Inman and I had the pleasure of visiting with students, families, and Darlington alums in Beijing and Shanghai, China. The trip was an amazing experience in so many different ways, and I still can’t believe how much I learned (or re-learned).

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"This is Why" - 5 Lessons Learned From My Trip to China

Blogs > 7/28/2015
This summer, Mrs. Tara Inman and I had the pleasure of visiting with students, families, and Darlington alums in Beijing and Shanghai, China. The trip was an amazing experience in so many different ways, and I still can’t believe how much I learned (or re-learned).

 

Alums cross paths at chance meeting overseas

News > 7/26/2015
Last May, two Darlington alumni with a few years and many miles between them met randomly while attending an environmental conference in Europe. Whit Remer (‘03) and Jaclyn Brass (‘10) both developed an interest in environmental science at Darlington that brought the two together at the Coastal Resilience Collaborative in Delft, Netherlands.

 

Blogger Bowling ('05) imparts financial savvy to millennials

News > 7/23/2015
Lauren Bowling ('05) has established herself in the digital realm as a trusted name in personal finances, using her knowledge, experience and wit to help readers rethink money. Most recently, Bowling opened up about her own finances for a spread in the June issue of Redbook about how to live happy in any income bracket.

 

Guth ('79) named first-grade teaching assistant

News > 7/20/2015
Virginia (Johnson) Guth (’79) has returned to Darlington School to serve as first-grade teaching assistant and extended care coordinator. She has over 30 years of experience in the classroom and is married to Eddie Guth, Darlington's new athletic director.

 

Watters ('78) wins national Volunteer of the Year award

News > 7/13/2015
Thad Watters ('78) has been honored as the Boys & Girls Clubs' National Board Volunteer of the Year for his long-standing service to the Northwest Georgia region’s board of directors. The award was presented in May at the Boys & Girls Clubs of America National Conference.

 

Couch ('59) recognized for work with Alabama Scenic River Trail

News > 7/13/2015
Fred Couch ('59) was recently honored with the W. Kelly Mosley Environmental Award, which recognizes the work of Alabama residents who volunteer their time to encourage responsible usage of the environment. The alum was instrumental in the founding of the Alabama Scenic River Trail, one of the first seven National Water Trails.

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