“Live in each season as it passes; breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit and resign yourself to the influence of each.” Henry
Every day that I work with my Toddler House students is special. These one- and two-year-olds bring so much joy and fun to my job.
Read the Research and “Raise Your Voice!” Recently, I was sitting in the Music Room in the Artsbarn, wrapping up a day of teaching. My
With 15 classes, a multitude of afterschool practice sessions and other athletics-related activities each week, it’s no wonder Jabari Scutchins, Inly’s Athletic Director, is a
Self-proclaimed enthusiastic problem solver, lover of all things numbers, and Inly’s recently appointed Math Integrationist, Elizabeth Joyce, thinks math is “super fun.” “Math is everywhere.
By Donna Milani Luther, Head of School As Inly’s Head of School, I am often asked what sets us apart from other schools. And while
We recently sat down with a few of our newest faculty members and asked them some difficult questions like “if you were a superhero, what
The Inly community is deeply saddened to say goodbye to beloved father, husband, friend, Inly School teacher and soccer player, Ned DiGregorio. Born on December
Looking for way to talk about September 11 with your young child? Shelley offers you a great title to initiate the conversation. Wondering about graphic novels, the biggest growing genre in children’s lit? Shelley directs you to best. Seeking a book for the pre-reader, the non-reader, the voracious reader, the adoescent, or yourself? Shelley is our trusted source.
Donna Milani Luther is not only the Head of Inly School, she is an expert facilitator in the fields of creativity and problem solving. This
Forging New Montessori Friendships By Ned DiGregorio, Inly Upper Elementary Teacher My family and I were lucky enough to go to St. John in the
The Inly community was delighted to celebrate the early release of Shelley Sommer’s book “Hammerin’ Hank Greenberg” on Sunday, March 6. Parents, students, faculty and
You are invited to a Book Launch Party for Shelley Sommer, celebrating the publication of her newest title, Hammerin’ Hank Greenberg on Sunday, March 6,
Upper Elementary Science teacher Jeff Klein took several students outside to learn the art of tracking animals after the latest snowstorm that blanketed Massachusetts. Klein
In this installment of the Head’s Podcast Series of 2010–2011, Donna discusses the much talked about Sir Ken Robinson presentation that was turned into a