A Playlist for the Powerful Woman in All Of Us

March 18, 2019 by Guest Student Author

Chloe Hughes '19 is on the Teen Advisory Board for Miss Heard Media. This is her second post for them, published on March 4, 2019

Cause sometimes, you just need to celebrate with some tunes!

You may read the entire post here.

Filed Under: student voice, Student Writing, Miss Heard Media

Intersections: International Women's Day 2019

March 08, 2019 by Bill Ivey

I think Greta was very influential to a lot of young activists, and I also am really happy people from my generation are doing so much, and it’s making me have ideas of things I could do too. - 7th grade SBS student

Filed Under: Middle School, student voice, intersectionality, Feminism, International Women's Day, Intsersections, Greta Thunberg, Naomi Wadler

Intersections: Talkin 'bout my generation

February 26, 2019 by Bill Ivey

(title from the Who’s song)

Filed Under: student voice, Student work, Student Activism, Intergenerational lens

I Can’t Breathe

January 23, 2019 by Guest Student Author

By Mia Mullings

Filed Under: student voice, anti-racism, Martin Luther King Day, Students of Color, Black pride

Spoken Word

January 21, 2019 by Guest Student Author

by Yanique Jacques

Filed Under: student voice, anti-racism, Martin Luther King Day, Students of Color, Black pride

Intersections: Women's March 2019

January 19, 2019 by Bill Ivey

Okay, I’m just going to say it, controversial or not.

I use a Gillette razor. Always have, and still do.

 

Whew. Glad to get that off my chest.

Filed Under: student voice, LGBT Support, Feminism, Student support, student agency, Women's March, LGBTQ+ Support

Karen Pleasant on "The intrusions of the world on the classroom"

September 22, 2018 by Guest Faculty Bloggers

Karen Pleasant, Chair of the History Department and IB co-coordinator, recently published this piece in the Daily Hampshire Gazette.

As I begin my combined 36th year of school as learner and educator, two things recently occurred to me: I have now spent as many years as a teacher as I have as a student and how much the day-to-day realities of what it means to go to school have changed in that time. (read entire article on the Gazette's website)

Filed Under: student voice, Education, gun violence

Convocation 2018: Remarks by Julia (Jewels) Hatchard '19

September 07, 2018 by Guest Student Author

Hello everyone, good morning! I hope you’re all doing well~ If you don’t know me already, I’m Jewels Hatchard and I am entering my sixth year being at Stoneleigh-Burnham School. Even though I’ve been here for six long years, each new year brings new challenges.

Filed Under: student voice, Convocation, Paul Bassett Speaker

2018 Eighth Grade Moving Up Ceremony: Address

May 24, 2018 by Guest Student Author

Written and delivered by Jacqueline (Jax) Morgan '19, the Head-Elect of the Student Body.

Filed Under: Middle School, student voice, Stoneleigh-Burnham Middle School, Moving Up

Poem #3

April 26, 2018 by Guest Student Author

by Luna Patience '21

Filed Under: student voice, National Poetry Month, Poetry Month, StudentVoice, Student work, Student Writing, Poetry Festival