Mathematics and Feminism

Mathematics teacher Cynthia Schmalzried received the Reed Fellowship, endowed by Marjorie Reed ’39, honoring Excellence in Teaching.  During spring break she traveled to England to study the history of women in Mathematics at the University of Cambridge and Bletchley Park.  “Well, to tell the truth, ladies are of no use in these cases, “ he … [Read more…]

MS Diversity Conference: Removing Our Masks

Written by guest blogger Celia Page ’19 On March 11, I had the amazing opportunity to attend the MS Diversity Conference.  Schools from the Northeast region gathered in The Haverford School’s theatre, excited for the day ahead.  Reading through the itinerary, I became more and more curious about the day’s activities.  Introductions and welcomes were … [Read more…]

Experiencing the Culture of Puerto Rico

Written by guest blogger and Grade VIII student Alexandra Phelan ’19 As a middle schooler, I love taking every opportunity I can to spend time with my friends.  As a  Baldwin middle schooler, however, I’d love to be able to learn something while doing that. That’s where the Puerto Rico trip comes in. Every February, … [Read more…]

Producing Baldwin’s First Lower School Art opening

Written by guest blogger and Lower School Art Teacher Andre Teixeira It is quite simply an honor for me to have the opportunity to produce Baldwin’s first Lower School Art Opening featuring artworks from students in Pre-Kindergarten through fifth grade. Creativity is a major building block of child development. As the Lower School art teacher … [Read more…]

Producing Baldwin's First Lower School Art opening

Written by guest blogger and Lower School Art Teacher Andre Teixeira It is quite simply an honor for me to have the opportunity to produce Baldwin’s first Lower School Art Opening featuring artworks from students in Pre-Kindergarten through fifth grade. Creativity is a major building block of child development. As the Lower School art teacher … [Read more…]