Roland Park Country School fifth grade teachers Peggy Brooks and Kaci Garland charged their students with the mission of promoting positive change and making their communities and the world a better place. The students brainstormed, researched and developed their own proposals and traveled to Annapolis, MD to meet with political leaders to discuss their ideas.
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RPCS ALUMNA MARTHA ISAACS, 2013, HAS BEEN NAMED RECIPIENT OF THE 2017 LUCE SCHOLARS PROGRAM FELLOWSHIP
Martha Isaacs, a fourth-year student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has been named a recipient of the 2017 Luce Scholars Program Fellowship.
Carol Hatton, Director of Athletics at Roland Park Country School is pleased to announce that Julia Ball has signed a National Letter of Intent to continue her swimming career at the collegiate level at Bentley University.
Gilman’s Lower School has a Taiwanese visitor this year. In the fall, the Prep-One class exchanged teddy bears with Shihyung School in Taiwan’s Pingtung District.
The relationship between the two schools is now in its third year, however, this is the first year that the exchange involves Gilman’s Prep-One boys. The boys have enjoyed learning about their new friends on the other side of the globe. Through videos and photographs of daily life in class, a journal recording their life at home, Facebook and Skype sessions the students have learned about Taiwanese culture, school and family life.
Students sent a bear named Baloo to Shihyung School, in a box filled with American books, treats, letters and drawings of friendship. In exchange they received Oreo, a Formosan bear that is native to Taiwan. Oreo arrived with many gifts as well, including books in Chinese and treats.
RPCS student Helen Cheng, an international student from China who is hosted by one of Gilman’s teachers, visited the Prep-One class to read from the books and teach Chinese words to the boys.
The Shihyung cultural exchange is one of many activities in Gilman’s Lower School designed to expand boys’ understanding of the world with engaging, hands on curriculum.