Coaching workshops in Calhoun Athletics help to create an environment that pushes student-athletes to compete at the highest level while building leadership skills that will help them both on and off the court, track and field. The workshop in the fall focused on the theme of belonging and how coaches can make students of all identities feel accepted and welcomed.
Middle School English teacher Larry Sandomir reflects on the feeling of returning to school.
A longstanding Calhoun tradition that dates back nearly four decades, the Pocket People project is an integral part of the first-grade social studies curriculum that revolves around community and identity. Children design and sew their own cloth doll representing themselves, then collaborate to build a community space.
The Memory Collection is a project that assigns 3rd graders to bring in objects that stir up a fun memory. Through writing, editing, and publishing, they tell the story of that memory in their own words.
A "kindness wall" installation in the Lower School highlights literacy, STEAM and social-emotional classroom work, and showcases children's advice that we can all learn from.