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  8 Great Things That Make Thatcher Hall Such a Special Place to Learn
Communications > by Jennifer Collins, Wednesday, 1/11/2017
Thatcher Hall is certainly a beautiful place for students to learn, but I've discovered eight things that make the teachers and students from pre-K through eighth grade incredibly unique.
  Are You Ready to RUMPUS?
Student Life > by Tannika Wester, Tuesday, 1/10/2017
It's the most wonderful time of the year... and I'm not talking about Christmas. It's RUMPUS week here at Darlington! What is RUMPUS, you might ask? It's basically a weekend-long competition between day and boarding students and faculty in Darlington's six campus Houses. And it's more fun than you could ever imagine. But more than that, it is the best representation of "community" that you might ever experience.
  Darlington Magazine coming soon
Communications > by Tannika Wester, Thursday, 12/22/2016
Keep an eye out for the winter 2017 edition of Darlington Magazine, which will arrive in mailboxes in January.
  Holiday Book Recommendations 2016
Library Services > by Melinda Holmes, Friday, 12/16/2016
Looking for a suggestion for what to read over the break? Check out what our librarians are recommending.
  SuperFan Semester Recap
Athletics > by Preston Jacobs, Friday, 12/16/2016
First semester leaderboard, successes and updates.
  November’s Favorite Book Pick
Library Services > by Kimberly Perkins, Tuesday, 12/6/2016
Turkey is in big trouble! How will he get out of being the main course for Thanksgiving dinner?
  The Hour of Code is Coming Soon to Thatcher Hall
Information Technology > by Beth Wardlaw, Wednesday, 11/30/2016
Next week, we will celebrate Computer Science Education Week with an Hour of Code for each Darlington ELA-8 student.
  Professional Development Spotlight: Wood Fellowship Supports Curriculum Development for Pre-K to 8
Academics > by Steve McConnell, Sunday, 11/20/2016
The Carla and Leonard Wood Distinguished Faculty Fellowship is supporting a ground-level approach to developing an authentic, student-centered curriculum in social studies/history and writing/composition for pre-K through grade 8.
  November's Good Reads
Library Services > by Kaitlin Ward, Thursday, 11/17/2016
Ms. Ward recommends some realistic fiction for the Thanksgiving break.
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