College Counselors Visiting Schools

While the ESJ College Counselors’ primary focus each fall is assisting seniors during their college search and application process, they find the time to travel and attend professional development opportunities that improve the entire office. This work helps the school and especially our students. Andrea Rizzi, Association, recently visited Clark University, College of the Holy…

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Health, Safety, and Well-Being Program Utilizes The Social Institute Resources

As part of ESJ’s Health, Safety, and Well-Being initiatives grades six through nine will participate in The Social Institute’s (TSI) grade specific social media curriculum starting next week. The Social Institute programming is made possible through the Technology and Teenagers grant through the Winston Family Foundation. The Social Institute curriculum, #WinAtSocial, will be taught in…

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Humanities Teachers Attend Exeter Conference

Debbie Deppe, Derrick King,  Giancarlo Mascaro, and Teesha Renninger, all Middle and Upper School faculty, recently attended an Exeter Humanities Conference, taking a deep dive into student-led learning. “The biggest take away for me was how the different disciplines handle and tackle Harkness discussions. For instance, within a sample math class, students (participants) were given an…

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Uniform Fit Event

Mills Uniforms Fit Event in the Bryan Library on Munnerlyn Campus. July 11, 2022: 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. (Closed for lunch from 2:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.) July 12, 2022: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (Closed for lunch from 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.) Representatives from Mills will be available in the Bryan Library…

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McCoy and Hersey Win Davis Awards for Excellence in Teaching

This year’s winners of the Davis Award for Excellence in Teaching are Annetta McCoy, PE instructor, for Middle School, and Greg Hersey, Director of Instrumental Music, for Upper School. The awards were presented at the end of year faculty and staff luncheon May 25.  Annetta McCoy has been a part of the Episcopal community for…

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Elizabeth Hartman Williamson ’07 Chosen for Timothy Award

The 2021-2022 recipient of the Timothy Award is Elizabeth Hartman Williamson ’07, Middle School math teacher. The Timothy Award is presented annually to an Episcopal teacher who exemplifies the ideal of Christian service to students and to the community. The Timothy Award recognizes the service of the individual and the importance of a vital Christian…

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Faculty Take Advantage of Enriching Professional Development Experiences

Munnerlyn Campus faculty are taking full advantage of the numerous professional development opportunities available to them through the school. Faculty members are attending a wide variety of professional development opportunities, such as workshops, conferences, and other opportunities for continuing education in their respective fields. Over the summer, faculty also will participate in professional programming. For…

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Class of 2022 College Acceptances List

Members of the Episcopal Class of 2022 have been accepted to colleges and universities around the world. The acceptance list is below: Adrian College American University Appalachian State University Arizona State University – Auburn University Ball State University Bates College Baylor University Belmont University Bennington College Berry College Boston College Boston University Bridgewater State University…

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College Counseling Back on the Road

ESJ counselors are taking advantage of the opportunity to travel again to colleges and universities for visits after COVID shut many campuses, to national or regional conferences, and for advisory board meetings.  All three ESJ college counselors recently returned from Orlando where they attended the Southern Association for College Admissions Counseling (SACAC) annual conference.  This…

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Cate Sadler Anderson ’05 Speaks at Cum Laude Induction

Episcopal’s chapter of the Cum Laude Society inducted 30 new members at a special ceremony on Tuesday in the Munnerlyn Center. Cate Sadler Anderson ’05, who was inducted into the school’s Cum Laude chapter in 2004 and now works as a Europe and Asia Policy Analyst for the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, gave remarks to…

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