Dr. Kreutziger penned a letter to the StG community on June 3, 2020, in response to the deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and George Floyd, as well as the prevalent and ongoing themes of racial injustice and prejudice and need for equity and justice.
On this final day of school as we think about 2019-2020, let's not allow COVID-19 to dictate our defining moments. Instead, let's celebrate our successes and select and champion our OWN defining moments.
While our middle schoolers unfortunately cannot stage their live performance of Music Man JR. due to COVID-19, their creativity and efforts to prepare for the production before AND after StG's campus closed are nothing short of inspiring.
This dual blog post comes to us as a result of Eli Manning's recent Google Meet "drop in" with our 8th grade class. Student Council President Ben K. has recounted the experience from the students' point of view, and Dr. Kreutziger then offers his lessons learned-- both from Eli AND from Ben.
4th Grade Teacher Kate Remillard reflects on her family's first few weeks of virtual learning. Spoiler alert: being a teacher does not make it feel any easier! She shares 6 ideas for making the most of your child's at-home school experience.
Thanks to second grader Max, we are able to reimagine the story of St. George and the Dragon in the context of our current pandemic reality and his timely drawing. Ultimately, we are ALL St. George, and we all have a shield to raise alongside those in our community.
"What I'm learning about our school community just these past two weeks could fill a notebook. A whole shelf full of notebooks." Dr. Kreutziger reflects on our community's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
What we now call Porteous Hall, the historic, recognizable facade of St. George's Episcopal School, came very close to being torn down in 1976 when Hibernia National Bank made an offer for the property.
Time away from school, especially during the holiday season, often equates to increased tech usage for students. Read tips from Allie Segura and Tamara Claverie for making healthy screen time choices for your family.
Thanksgiving at St. George's is a time for reveling in our community-- in the relationships shared between families and faculty, the friendships formed between classmates and the spirit of our character traits that we hold close to our hearts.