Middle and Upper School students participated in the annual “We Speak Your Names” prayer service in their advisory groups and assembly this morning, respectively. “We Speak Your Names” is a solemn time when the names of enslaved people who were bought and sold by the Society of the Sacred Heart in Louisiana at Grand Coteau, St. Michael's Convent, and the School of the Religious of the Sacred Heart in Natchitoches are read aloud.
In our Spring 2002 Stone Ridge Magazine, several alumnae shared writings and reflections about 9/11. We reached out to our contributors to again reflect 20 years later. Here are their wise thoughts. God Bless America.
Alicia Chin Greer '95
As our troops come home from Afghanistan and the Taliban step back into power, I am consumed by a multitude of conflicting thoughts and feelings, and I know I am not the only one.Maya Angelou once wrote: “Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take, but rather by the number of moments that take our breath away.
The work never stops, especially within DEI leadership teams dedicated to building inclusive communities, externally—enriching daily life throughout schools—and internally—within the team as well as the individuals themselves.
Lower School teacher Sarah Raven enjoyed two professional development opportunities this summer including the Responsive Classroom and the Reading Workshop at the Teachers College, Columbia University.
Over the summer, several Middle School teachers participated in Professional Development. Sacred Heart schools are dedicated to providing resources and nurturing a culture that promotes lifelong learning. Goal II encourages Sacred Heart educators to seek professional growth and experiences that inspire intellectual curiosity. Here are a few highlights...
Middle School teachers Krystyna Sibilska and Lauren Winkler were honored with the 2021 World Bicycle Day Award from the United Nations for their innovative way of encouraging middle school girls in urban settings to go cycling.
Thank you to our entire community for your prayers and support as we launch this school year. We are so grateful to be together on campus—stronger than ever and ready for a growth-filled year.
For 50 years, Mrs. Cleary was the welcoming face of Stone Ridge. Sitting at her command center of the reception desk in Hamilton House from 1969-2019, she welcomed our visitors, directed daily foot traffic, and kept the phones in order. She was the connection of our building to the community, greeting five decades of Stone Ridge students and community members and making everyone feel that they had arrived at their home away from home.