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Stefan Eady

Assistant Head of School for Academic Resources

Stefan has held a variety of different roles in communications, web development and information technology since he began working at Darlington in 1997. In 2016, he was named assistant head of school for academic resources, overseeing information technology, library services and the Teaching and Learning Center. Stefan holds a B.A. from Berry College and an M.S.I.S. from Kennesaw State University. He and his wife, Carrie, Darlington's human resources manager, are the parents of Jack (’19) and Callie ('28).

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Courses
AP Computer Science A
College Education
A.A. Young Harris College
B.A. Berry College
MSIS Kennesaw State University

Darlington launches new website

October 3, 2018
Darlington School’s website, www.darlingtonschool.org, has a fresh new look. The mobile-first site, which launched this afternoon, is a complete overhaul, including streamlined navigation, new content and more.

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Design Thinking and the New Darlington Website

August 28, 2018
Mr. Eady and Mrs. Collins explain how their team used the Design Thinking method to create the new Darlington website.

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Darlington to launch Accelerated Learning Program for Dyslexia, train all pre-K to 5 faculty in Orton-Gillingham

February 28, 2018
This fall, Darlington will become the only school in Northwest Georgia to offer a program specifically designed to support students with dyslexia. Focusing on grades 2-5, the Accelerated Learning Program for Dyslexia will provide necessary remediation with experienced learning specialists, while allowing students with dyslexia enrolled in the program to receive the full Darlington experience.

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Atlanta Area Alumni & Friends Lunch & Learn

November 16, 2017
Atlanta area alumni and friends gathered at Gordon Biersch in Buckhead for a lunch and learn. Darlington's Rebekah Kinney, technology integration coordinator, and Stefan Eady, assistant head of school for academic resources, spoke about digital citizenship.

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Darlington School announced as finalist for STEM Education Award

October 18, 2017
The Technology Association of Georgia and the TAG Education Collaborative have announced that Darlington School has been named as a finalist in the elementary school category for the 2017 Georgia STEM Education Awards.

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Exford hired as lower grades learning specialist

August 29, 2017
Kimberly Exford, the new lower grades learning specialist, is passionate about working with students who have learning differences and giving them the tools necessary to be successful. She holds a B.A. in Mass Communications from the University of West Georgia and an M.A. in Journalism from the University of Memphis.

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Ellison hired as middle grades learning specialist

August 29, 2017
Kippi Ellison, the new middle grades learning specialist, holds a B.B.A. in Finance from the University of Georgia, an M.Ed. in Middle Grades Math Education from Berry College, an Ed.S. in Leadership and Administration from Lincoln Memorial College, a Gifted Endorsement (K-12), and certification in K-12 Special Education.

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Darlington wins STEM Education Award

November 6, 2016
On Nov. 4, the Technology Association of Georgia and the TAG Education Collaborative honored top STEM educators, schools and companies in the state, naming Darlington School the winner in the high school category.

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Wood Fellowship Provides Video Studio and Training

Academic Administration | Adrienne Forgette, October 7, 2016
Thanks to the Carla and Leonard Wood Distinguished Fellowship, the Upper School now has a video/photo studio space and mobile video unit.

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Darlington named Apple Distinguished School

October 7, 2016
Darlington School is pleased to announce that it has been recognized as an Apple Distinguished School for 2016-2018 for its innovative use of technology in teaching and learning since implementing a 1:1 technology initiative in 2010.

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