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National History Day

Date:  Monday, March 25, 2019 Byline:  Kristin South, History Teacher

 

On Wednesday, March 20, Waterford participated in National History Day. Without exception, students stretched themselves this semester, with amazing results. Waterford's eighth grade class, across four sections and two different teachers, created 50 fine projects that made me exceptionally proud. 

Lissajoux Motion

Date:  Tuesday, February 19, 2019 Byline:  Tim Dolbin, Math Teacher, & Parker Dolbin ’12
Tim and Parker Dolbin
Tim & Parker Dolbin speaking at the assembly

The following is the full talk from the MS and US assemblies given by Tim Dolbin, Math Teacher, and his son, Parker Dolbin ’12 about an art project that was developed from the synthesis of math and art, showing the power of understanding and combining many disciplines in a project. 

Pursuing Lives of Meaning & Purpose

Date:  Monday, February 11, 2019 Byline:  Amanda Apple

Students, parents and faculty, who experience Waterford, know that our vision to inspire individuals to pursue lives of meaning and purpose is embedded into each day and many experiences at school. With the newly defined vision, mission and core values this year, what has become clear, is how frequently our faculty and students embody these noble pursuits. This past Saturday, two of Waterford's faculty engaged with the wider community along the Wasatch front, showing support for important issues in meaningful ways. 

Dr. LaBau's Martin Luther King, Jr. Assembly Talk

Date:  Friday, January 18, 2019 Byline:  Dr. Jason LaBau

I will tell you from the beginning that this has been a difficult talk to write. More difficult than the talk about student activism, choir, or cat dissection. More difficult even than the talk on Integrity. It’s just not a box I can mime my way out of.

I don’t know how to express to you all that this man means to me or what it means to celebrate a holiday in his honor.

Class of 2019 College Early Acceptances

Date:  Monday, December 31, 2018 Byline:  Sari Rauscher

Waterford School offers many different opportunities to students as they discover their passions, intellectual capability, and character. The Class of 2019 has achieved success as learners, as athletes, as musicians, and as friends—now they are preparing to pursue lives of meaning and purpose as they embark on college. The college counseling office is proud to announce twenty-four seniors have been accepted to attend their first choice college or university, seen in the list below.

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