ECFS has renegotiated its contract with bus service provider SuperTrans to transport students and faculty to protests on weekends. On weekday evenings, there will be a bus directly after school, as well as a "protest late bus" for students with extracurricular commitments. Fieldston transportation logistician Margaret Johnson remarked, "In keeping with our school's mission, if there's a protest, we'll get you there."
New head of school Jessica Bagby is quick to disclose she hails from the South, and backs up her bona fides with a drawl to prove it. Yes, she's from the South--South Boston, that is. The discovery was made at a recent Oscar-watching party, where she let slip a "wicked cool" as fellow Beantown native Casey Affleck took home the award for best actor.
With the announcement that Joan "Queen Bee" Rosen is retiring after 45 years, the battle is on among the remaining campus Joans as to who will reign supreme.
Just one a week. No "reply alls"--or learn how to Bcc. Namaste.
Twenty three Form IV students went to the Museum of the City of NY in early March to participate in New York City History Day, an education program that engages students in grades 6-12 in the discovery and interpretation of historical topics. Eight of the students received awards in the exhibit and website categories and four will move on to the New York State History Day event in Cooperstown on April 24th.