Jackson Anderson ’17 was chosen by his peers to give an address at Waterford's Commencement ceremonies in Abravanel Hall.
Once again, I can report that it was a breakthrough championship event for Waterford Robotics!
Greetings Raven Robotics Supporters!
I write this after our first day of competition at the 2017 World Championship.
First: thank you all for your support and for making this experience possible for our students. It is inspiring to be here and we are grateful to have the opportunity to cap off a successful season by competing at the highest levels.
During Spring Break, fourteen Waterford juniors and seniors and three faculty members flew to Kolkata, India to take part in service with two different organizations. The majority of the service days were spent working with the Missionaries of Charity organization (founded by Mother Teresa) at two different residences for adults and children with profound mental and physical disabilities. The group also spent time at a girls’ home established to take in girls who were orphaned or cast off from their families.
“To learn to read is to light a fire; every syllable that is spelled out is a spark.” -Victor Hugo
Like the whole of our program, there are very few schools that can claim the extraordinary depth and phenomenal breadth of the Arts present here at Waterford.
Ravens Athletics had strong Winter seasons, with moments of triumph, growth, and disappointment. Here is a quick wrap-up of our winter sports, collected from our coaches.
Matthew Douglas has been accepted to present at the following conferences:
Rocky Mountain Medieval and Renaissance Conference, “A Politicized Reformation? French Huguenots and English Catholics in an Era of Religious Intolerance” - Grand Junction, CO
University of Utah, Gateway to Teaching Workshop, "Aspects of the Renaissance and the Transformation of European Society, 1300-1650"
"Not to alarm you, but America is going softer than left-out butter. Exhibit 9,137: Schools have started banning dodgeball. I kid you not. Dodgeball has been outlawed by some school districts in New York, Texas, Utah and Virginia.