By nurturing a vibrant sense of community in the makerspace, the Makerspace Open Hours (MSOH) group hopes to make the overall sense of community at Dana Hall even stronger.
Voices and viewpoints from educators across Dana Hall School's campus.
Taking small breaks in your work day, getting a full night's sleep and taking unplugged vacations can be critical to one’s overall health and wellbeing.
Collective and personal memories were shared and new memories were made with the convergence of Alumnae Reunion Weekend and the Dana Hall Prom, two very important temporal landmarks for those who participate.
Every April we celebrate National Poetry Month, and at Dana Hall, we truly seize this month to celebrate poetry.
Preparations for the Classroom Building renovation have provided the opportunity to assess, declutter and reflect.
By establishing Forum Community Agreements, students come to consensus on what they need from themselves, their classmates, and their teachers in order to be their best selves in the classroom.
Linking identity to biological concepts allows students to formulate their own positions while also advancing their critical-thinking, decision-making, argumentative, and scientific literacy skills.
When a young person sees others out there making a difference in their own communities, that alone can be the catalyst needed to launch him/her/them into a life of advocacy and activism.