Darlington School: Today: Curriculum Connections

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Curriculum Connections

The most telling measure of any school is the work of its students. Here in Curriculum Connections, we are offering a glimpse into the academic life at Darlington as seen through our students' projects. Everything you see here is created by students either for class, for a student publication or just for fun! Browse through their work for a glimpse into the classroom at Darlington.

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  Through the Eyes of a Tiger: An Interview with Ms. Bradshaw
Academic Administration > Tuesday, 2/17/2015
By Adrianna Young
Junior Adrianna Young, an Admission Tiger Expert, interviews Stephanie Bradshaw, science teacher and girls' Soccer Academy assistant coach.
  Through the Eyes of a Tiger: An Interview with Ms. Willoughby
Academic Administration > Tuesday, 1/20/2015
By Savannah Dempsey
Junior Savannah Dempsey interviews Spanish and economics teacher Madison Willoughby.
  A Public Service Announcement for the Humane Society, Created by the 7th Grade Girls
Student Life > Friday, 9/26/2014
By Liz Overberg
For Dot Day, the 7th grade girls made toys, beds, and blankets to donate to the Rome/Floyd Humane Society. A group of girls, led by Grace Watters, also created this special video featuring some of Darlington's favorite furry friends!
  The Bookend Society: Where Paper & People Meet
Library Services > Monday, 3/24/2014
By Abraham Johnson
If you’ve ever walked into the library on the second or fourth Monday of the month between the hours of 4 and 5 p.m., you’ve probably seen a small group of teenagers and one librarian gathered around a table stacked with way too many boxes of pizza and several copies of the same book. This is the Bookend Society.
  Tiger Expert Senior Interview: Rian Phillips
Student Life > Friday, 3/7/2014
By Ian Winder
Read an interview with graduating senior Rian Phillips, conducted by Admission Tiger Expert Ian Winder, a senior.
  Geometry Video Dictionaries
Academic Administration > Monday, 3/3/2014
By Christie Atkins
Geometry students explored the Darlington campus to find examples of geometry in familiar places.
  Geometry Proportional Drawing Projects
Academic Administration > Monday, 2/24/2014
By Christie Atkins
Students select a favorite cartoon and then transfer their cartoon square by square to a poster board half.
  Using Comics to Promote Awareness About Hunger
Academic Administration > Monday, 11/11/2013
By Liz Overberg
Mrs. Overberg's Multimedia Production students use the popular application Bitstrips to create comics that draw awareness to the serious problem of hunger in our community.
  Tigers in India: A Life-Changing Journey
Student Life > Wednesday, 6/26/2013
By Vraj Patel
I am so grateful to the Singh family and the Darlington Community for embracing this unique experience and providing the opportunity for us to have these life-changing two weeks in India. The memories will be forever remembered and cherished.
  Tigers in India: The Taj Mahal
Student Life > Wednesday, 6/26/2013
By Brad He
Before I coming to India, I had seen many pictures of the Taj Mahal -- one of the New 7 Wonders of the World. It has beautiful and unique architecture. But when I went into the red castle in the distance and saw the white marble mausoleum, I was impressed by its beauty.
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