Contributed by Katherine Corbitt, Middle School Librarian at Hathaway Brown School. Happy Women’s History Month! We are celebrating all month long at Hathaway Brown School and online here on our blog, on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram! Visit the library to check out our display of books written by and about some amazing women. This corresponding… Read More Women’s History Month Reading List: Middle School
Happy Black History Month! Visit the library to check out our display of books written by and about some amazing black authors, poets, activists, politicians, and historical figures. This corresponding Black History Month reading list was created by Crystal Zhao ’18 in collaboration with the Upper School Library.
Over winter break, Computer Science – Coding & Robotics teacher Carole Lechleitner received a package from a college friend containing a Flat Lily. Similar to a “Flat Stanley,” the Flat Lily project a lot of elementary school students do to learn more about different regions of the United States. Flat Lily came from a second… Read More Dispatch from Flat Lily: Second graders receive a special delivery
By Bebe Weinberg Katz, HBTI Director Contributing blogger Hathaway Brown Theatre Institute (HBTI) is offering three days of classes over the winter break: Wednesday December 27, Thursday December 28 and Friday December 29. HBTI will be open from 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. with a variety of workshops that offers something for everyone! Participants in the PRIME… Read More Spend Winter Break with the Hathaway Brown Theatre Institute
By Jane Brown, director of Early Childhood at Hathaway Brown School Being a politically correct parent of two little girls in the mid-1980’s, I was mightily influenced by the theory that innate differences in how children play are simply the result of societal expectations. We were told as parents (and taught as educators) that boys and… Read More Sugar and spice? Puppy dog tails? Revisiting gender roles