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Our mission is bold and clear. Like other schools, we have excellent academic programs, outstanding facilities, invested parents, and dedicated teachers. But, we also have distinctive qualities. We are committed to excellent academics, character education, and we gather daily in chapel to celebrate and affirm the importance of community.  

We don’t simply post inspirational banners around the school.  Chapel, character education, and community are the defining characteristics of our culture, which enhance and augment our rigorous academics.
   
   
   
   

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  • Wait Until 8th

    Over the past few days, I have been reflecting on Dr. Sax’s thought-provoking parent presentation.  I enjoy pop culture (Bravo, all music, the occasional TMZ update, People Magazine, and the cooking shows on VICELAND). So, I was troubled when Dr. Sax cited pop culture as a leading cause of teen anxiety and a factor in the “collapse of parenting.” 
     
    Sax partly blamed the lyrical content of modern music (Bieber, Bruno Mars, Miley Cyrus) for the rise in a culture of disrespect among children.  When I was in middle school, I was blasting Guns N’ Roses’ Appetite for Destruction. Bieber seems mild in comparison. Has pop culture really grown cruder in the last 25 years?
     
     
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    "Top Dogs"

    At St. Paul’s, we have always believed that the k-8, or in our case, the toddler through 8th grade model is the optimal design for middle school student growth and development. Turns out, we’ve been right all along. In a September piece for NPR, Anya Kamenetz reported on a recent Syracuse University study regarding the experience of middle schoolers in three distinct school designs: k-8, 6-8, 6-12.
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  • Listen Up

    Yesterday, I was in our weekly program meeting.  (The admin team gathers to talk about the week ahead and plan for any critical issues.)  During the discussion, I was asked a question, and I was not paying attention.  I owned my lack of focus and shared the reason for my distraction.  I was multitasking—preparing for my class, and, wait for it…reading an article about active listening.  
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