We’re midway through the academic year at Campus School. From first graders walking single-file in their snow boots, to sixth graders peering towards spring in anticipation of Commencement, these ‘middle months’ are a time for focus, delight, and discovery.
In the pages that follow, we are excited to share six new stories about life and learning at Campus School, featuring a record number of guest authors– from Assistant Head of School Lulu Kellogg, to Smith student Libby Keller ’20, to alumnus Eli Kramer ’14. So, too, are we glad to share with you stories of collaboration between Campus School and Smith College, with in-depth profiles of Bona Kang’s Research Methods course; a look into Joe Bacal’s work with Scratch in technology class; and an observer’s perspective on sixth graders’ trip to MacLeish Field Station to learn from college students about the natural world.
We send you warmth for the remainder of this winter season. Happy reading!
Brittany Collins ’08
Sam Intrator, Professor of Education and Child Study
Rosetta Marantz Cohen, Professor of Education and Child Study
Co-founders of The Lab School journal