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Head of School Blog: A Time for Thanks
Posted November 16, 2018 | Permalink | Discuss

As Thanksgiving will soon be upon us, chock full of family and friend gatherings, turkey dinners, and of course, my favorite-- pies, I thought it would be a good time to reflect on how thankful I am to be a member of the Donoho community and how many different groups within that community motivate, inspire, and support me daily.

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Teacher Feature: Leah Dupré
Posted November 16, 2018 | Permalink | Discuss

Ms. Leah DupréUpper & Lower School Foreign Language- Department Coordinator Ms. Leah Dupré was invited to lead a workshop at the Alabama World Languages Education Foundation's (AWLEF) 14th annual Weekend Immersed in Language Development (W.I.L.D.) on November 9-11. AWLEF was established by the Alabama Association of Foreign Language Teachers. This organization seeks to enhance the opportunities for foreign language teachers and students to improve their spoken language skills. AWLEF i...

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Head of School Blog: Celebrating the Past – Looking to the Future!
Posted October 12, 2018 | Permalink | Discuss

On September 27-29, we celebrated Alumni Homecoming Weekend. For our current students, this meant dress-up days, pep rallies, Homecoming King and Queen, and the ever-popular homecoming dances. New this year was a concerted effort to make the alumni aspect of this weekend more prominent. We wanted to celebrate our alums who have impacted our school since they were students and who continue to support and promote the school....

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Head of School Blog: Let's Educate the Whole Child - and Parents Too!
Posted September 11, 2018 | Permalink | Discuss

In my first year as Head of School, I thought it was important to look at all aspects of the school and, after observation and evaluation, make some changes to what we do.

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Freedom Isn't Free by Matt Ford
Posted May 28, 2018 | Permalink | Discuss

In every small community in America, the month of May finds flags lining the main roads through town.  These temporary red, white, and blue monuments to those fallen in the line of duty serve as a stark reminder of the sacrifices that have been made in the name of freedom, and their presence marks the arrival of one of America’s more solemn holidays: Memorial Day.  

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