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As the year ends, I want to say that it has been an honor and a privilege to serve as HSA President this year. I am very proud of all that we have accomplished with your support and I encourage everyone to take a look at our Annual Report to see what your support made possible.
First and foremost, congratulations are in order to all our seniors and eighth graders (and to you, their parents who helped them get this far!) as you move on to the next chapter in your lives. Equally important, I have to thank every parent who made this year such a success. The HSA doesn’t exist without the support of our parents and we are grateful to have such a committed and engaged parent community. (continued)
JUNE 7 HSA MEETING
Our June 7 meeting included:
Seniors were recognized for their talents and initiative at the June 5 Academic Awards Assembly - a tradition at GRHS. For a full list, click here.
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Children suffer under a culture of “safetyism,” argue authors Lukianoff and Haidt in the book, The Coddling of the American Mind. Parents try to protect their "fragile" offspring from harmful ideas, and in doing so, prevent them from developing necessary skills of resiliency; the kids fear anything that may prove challenging — and react accordingly. This and other topics from the book sparked lively conversation when the MSHS Faculty Parent Book Group more
CIVIL WAR DAY
Congratulations to Mr. Bentzen, Stephanie Ohnegian, Mrs. Leibman (far right) and all the other teachers and parent volunteers (including Madeline Thomas and Yuri Bertram, shown here) who took part on May 21. Working with Tic Toc, parent presenters provided interesting facts and artifacts about Women, Plantation Life, the Underground Railroad, Soldier’s Life, Medical Care, Photography/Art/The Media, and Abraham Lincoln
June's Teachers go above and beyond !!