Read below to learn more about Third Grade Teacher Erica Marcus's approach when designing math curriculum, her incorporation of social emotional learning into her classroom, and some of her favorite units to teach!
In conjunction with their study of Egypt, the Fourth Grade learned how to make paper at the Dieu Donné Papermill as part of the Fischbein Artist-in-Residence Program, named after the family who generously donated funds in memory of their son, Alexander ’95.
Our next #ASpotlight Interview is with Spanish Teacher Stephen Krawec. Sr. Krawec wears many hats at Allen-Stevenson: dynamic language teacher, supportive Seventh Grade Advisor, collaborator, researcher, and 2020 Vision Group member.
The Science Department’s new dissecting microscopes allow our students to look at the surface areas of solid objects and to document observations using the built-in high-resolution cameras that connect to their laptops.
Our next ASpotlight Interview is with Math Department Head Mary Leonard! Read the full conversation below to learn more about Ms. Leonard’s math curriculum, how she forms connections between math and the real world to aid her students’ comprehension, and her many other roles at Allen-Stevenson including Seventh Grade Advisor and former Track and Field Coach.
The next addition to our #ASpotlight Interview Series is Claire Schlegel, Director of Instrumental Music at Allen-Stevenson. Read below to learn about Claire, the educational experience she brings to Allen-Stevenson, and her passion for music both inside and outside of the classroom.
History students in our Eighth Grade are working on a chronologically layered map of Africa, with geographical features marked on a base map and additional layers – done on tracing paper – showing different snapshots of African history at a particular moment in time.
Jaison Spain has held many roles at Allen-Stevenson over the years: General Manager of Performance Spaces; Coach; and, his first role at Allen-Stevenson, Alumnus of the Class of 1997. It was this inaugural role of A-S Boy about which Mr. Spain spoke to our boys.
The Fathers of Allen-Stevenson Boys (FASB) held its fifth annual meal packaging event with Rise Against Hunger in the School’s new Dining Room on Sunday, January 12. This uplifting and inspiring event provides an opportunity for members of our community to come together in the name of a good cause.
Our next ASpotlight Interview is with Maya Jourieh, Health and Wellness Educator and Health Office Assistant at Allen-Stevenson. Read below to learn how her many roles at Allen-Stevenson build off of each other to create a comprehensive position that celebrates the connection between physical and mental health.