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  Don't Take the Pencil
PK-8 > by Molly Jordan, Friday, 9/15/2017
How do you let your students struggle? What does a pencil have to do with struggling? In second grade, a tremendous amount.
  To London with Love: Chineke! Orchestra
Fine Arts > by Tia Roper, Thursday, 9/14/2017
Founded by Chi-chi Nwanoku, the Chineke! Orchestra is trailblazing. I had the wonderful opportunity to perform as a principal flutist and piccolo player with Chineke! this past summer in London, England.
  My Summer Experience: Climbing Mount Kilimanjaro
Student Life > by Mary Harbin Gilbert, Wednesday, 9/13/2017
This summer, I went on a 23-day camping trip filled with service, hiking, and a safari in Tanzania with a group called Moondance Adventures. Here's the diary from the hardest part of my trip, climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.
  Professional Development: Journey to the World Championships with the US Soccer National Paralympic Team
Athletics > by Chad Liddle, Saturday, 9/9/2017
Over the past 12 months I have been honored to work with the U.S. Soccer National Para Team in a number of training camps and domestic competitions. Now the day has arrived for the opening ceremonies of the World Championships in San Luis, Argentina.
  3rd Grade Parents Share Summer "Homework"
Academics > by Steve McConnell, Friday, 9/8/2017
Our third grade parents had a summer homework assignment this year. We asked them to share a welcome letter with their new third-graders. Third grade is a pivotal year for our students and we wanted our parents to share their insights, words of encouragement, hopes and dreams for their new third graders!
  Get to Know: Kevin Ivester ('87)
Communications > by Jennifer Collins, Friday, 9/8/2017
Kevin Ivester ('87) has been a part of the Darlington Community since his move to Rome in seventh grade. Find out how long he has been teaching at Darlington and maybe even learn something about him that just might surprise you.
  Introducing The Darlington Fund
Giving > by Julia Douglas, Wednesday, 9/6/2017
Changing the name from the Annual Fund to The Darlington Fund is the result of our extensive work on branding and strategic planning. The name represents who we are and what we are trying to accomplish for the school and our students.
  Forward Ever Be Our Watchword
Student Life > by Brent Bell, Tuesday, 9/5/2017
For Darlington School, there is no question that the idea of moving forward is both a principle and a guide to action. Throughout the 112-year history of the school, we have always looked to the future to ensure that we are serving the best interests of the students who attend school here.
  Genrification in the Joanne G. Yancey Library
Library Services > by Kaitlin Ward, Tuesday, 9/5/2017
Over the summer, Ms. Ward, our Pre-K to 8 librarian, decided to "genreify" the Joanne G. Yancey children's fiction and YA fiction.
 
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