Drs. James and Weinstein aim to help adults understand adolescents’ relationships with technology and give them tools to nurture a teen’s digital agency.
Congratulations to Lesley Sheldon for her recognition in the September/October issue of Bethesda Magazine article on Extraordinary Educators!!
This summer, two groups of Upper School students went on adventures in experiential outdoor learning in West Virginia’s Dolly Sods Wilderness with Upper School Science Teacher, Sky Lesnick and Upper School English Teacher, Holly Zindulis. On these six-day, five-night trips, they backpacked the myriad ecosystems of the Dolly Sods, from the spruce forests and mountain laurel thickets of Red Creek to the blueberry fields of the North Sods and the breathtaking views at Rohrbaugh Cliffs and Bear Rocks.
On Stone Ridge’s seventh annual service trip with Appalachia Service Project (ASP), seventeen Upper School students and six members of the faculty and staff spent the first week of summer volunteering in Clay County, West Virginia. ASP’s mission is to make homes warmer, safer, and drier throughout Central Appalachia.
Middle School Science Day in May was an engaging event that sparked curiosity and scientific exploration across the division.
Stone Ridge students shined at this month’s Innovation Summit, where they spent a day sharing projects and prototypes, innovation strategies, and digital works with their peers.
Congratulations to alumna Elizabeth Winkler ’07 who will appear this Thursday, May 11, at Politics and Prose on Connecticut Ave at 7:00 pm to discuss her new book Shakespeare was a Woman and Other Heresies.
During this year's spring break, Stone Ridge photography students embarked on a memorable photographic exploration of Venice, Italy. This adventure turned out to be a journey of artistic discovery, cultural connections, and friendships, all enhanced by one of the most remarkable urban landscapes in the world.