In a Men's Basketball game against North Summit, Waterford Head Coach Ryan Judd noticed their star player, Hayden Blonquist, was not on the court. While many coaches may have rejoiced to see a formidable opponent missing from a critical game, Ryan was concerned by his absence.
Waterford visual artists and creative writers recently received 131 awards at the regional level of the 2018 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.
There are few campuses that are situated in a more idyllic location than ours.
“That hit the post and then went in!”
“That hit the post and bounced out!”
It’s four o’clock in the afternoon. Middle and Upper School girls are gathered around a table, concentrating on a group of overturned red cups. Each red cup contains a slip of paper with the name of a variable. Haley Hammock shuffles the cups and then asks the girls to locate specific variables.
After Hurricane Harvey hit the Southwest, all 215 Middle School students watched a video about the floods in Texas. Simultaneously, we had some guided discussions on empathy and compassion. We then wrote letters to Middle School students who lived in the area most deeply impacted by Hurrican Harvey. Yesterday, the principal of Riverwood Middle School sent me the email below. Today's assembly gave me a moment to read this letter aloud to our community. It lifted my spirits, I hope it does the same for you.
Mr. Waterhouse's Precalc 2 students were tasked to draw something of their choice using their knowledge of function shapes and transformations. Students worked for two weeks in class and for homework to produce their final projects. Every line is a math equation they wrote. Eliza's Scream project is over 400 equations. See the final projects below!