The eighth graders recently reached a milestone in their final year of middle school – they turned in their Family History Projects to Mr. Wellen!
Have you met Zero the Hero? Lower School Math Interventionist, Patrick Huett, brings Zero the Hero to life!
In January, our lower school students learned that there is no age limit when it comes to making a difference.
Andrea A. '19 wanted to share her feelings about the lasting impact and extraordinary memories Latin in Rwanda gave her during the Summer of 2017. She credits this experience to Ms. Dorer, who she says is the most gracious and compassionate person she knows, and Mr. Nichols and the rest of their team for their support. Andrea created this video that was shown to her peers at an upper school assembly in February.
On January 16, our Martin Luther King, Jr. speaker, Donovan Livingston, performed his powerful spoken word poetry and encouraged students to be "courageous leaders."
Inspired by Future Latin Leaders of Our World (FLLOW) for the third and fourth graders, FLLOW JR was recently created for our younger leaders in first and second grades.
As part of the fifth grade TOWER (Treating Others With Etiquette & Respect) project, middle school teachers help fifth graders understand the importance of self-advocacy in the classroom.
Next fall, students will return from summer break to a new space that will be a game-changer for teaching and learning in the upper school. The new Learning Commons will replace Latin's outdated library and cafeteria, both designed more than 50 years ago. The Commons will integrate a streamlined cafeteria, modern library, computer science, technology, students support services, and more into a learning environment designed to meet our students' needs today and into the future. Here are seven reasons you should be excited about this transformative project:
As part of their studies of the Chicago unit in third grade, students navigate the city on a walking tour of notable Chicago landmarks.