Join Ms. Alter & Ms. Robina as they discuss different ways of encouraging independence in our youngest learners.
A well-balanced education in the arts is a long-standing tradition at Gill St. Bernard's. Specifically, the tradition of excellence in music education has prepared decades of GSB students for their future endeavors. But what does that look like daily for our students?
This year students are analyzing more sustainable solutions to food waste in the GSB dining area. When asked why food waste was selected as the issue for this year, Mrs. Schuchman explained:
The Association for Experiential Education (AEE) defines its philosophy as a process that begins with a concrete experience, usually in order to solve a problem, a process of reflection and discussion that leads to abstract thinking, and later an application to real life. AEE values collaboration, leadership, and creative problem-solving skills that positively impact an individual’s ability to contribute greatly to companies and communities later in life.
Join Ms. Alter, Director of Learning, and Ms. Tuohy, Middle School Dean of Academics, as they explain and model the best way to use the Friday Folder as a school-to-home communication device.
Lower & Middle School Director
Kyle Armstrong serves as the Director of Lower & Middle Schools. He holds more than 20 years of experience working in independent schools. Prior to joining GSB, he was Associate Head for Academics for a K-8 independent school. He also has experience as a history teacher, baseball and basketball coach, and eighth-grade team leader.
Mr. Armstrong holds an M.A. from Lesley College in Massachusetts, and a B.A. in History from Trinity College in Connecticut. Kyle’s wife, Kristen, is GSB’s Upper School Librarian. They have two children at Gill.