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Meet Director of Admissions & Financial Aid Dr. Douglas Leek

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Meet Custodial Working Supervisor Thomas Patterson

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Meet Kindergarten Teacher Marie Forst

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Meet Annual Giving Officer Brittani Spencer

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Meet Senior School History and Social Science Teacher Rodney Slappy

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Meet Kindergarten Teacher Gina Bossola

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Meet Lower School Art Teacher Molly Kraybill

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Q&A: Meet Senior School English Teacher Geoffrey Hilsabeck

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Global Studies Student Gains a Global Perspective at Home

Jayne Miner is a rising sophomore who is enrolled in the Global Studies program at Sewickley Academy. During Virtual School this past spring, she was able to have an enriching global experience through Outreach360 while sheltering at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Jayne shared firsthand about her internship in the blog, I Am More of a Global Citizen, she wrote below for the organization.

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Parent and Family Resources for COVID-19

 
In speaking with Lower School parents as well as our own friends and family members who have younger kids, we appreciate how challenging these times are for parents and caregivers. Hang in there! Pat yourselves on the back!  You are surviving Virtual School – and more family togetherness over the past month than you probably ever imagined possible. 
 
In that spirit, we wanted to share just a couple of resources that have caught our eye and which might prove helpful during these uncertain and unsettling times.
 
This resource stands out for its abundance of daily tips and guidance for parents, including Facebook Live feeds, etc.
 
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