The recent National School Walkout protests brought students across the country together to call for legislation that responds to gun violence and presented the Parker community with an ideal opportunity to cultivate creative citizenship in our student body.
In recognition of the 50 years that have passed since 1968 and driven by their desire to help Parker students establish context and appreciation for this tumultuous time in our country’s history, a team of history teachers recently orchestrated a 1968 Morning Ex to prepare for historian and Parker alum David Farber’s (’74) upcoming visit to the school
More than 30 Upper School students will get a taste of participatory democracy in action when they report to the polls to serve as student judges in the March 20 primary elections day through the Mikva Challenge
To conclude Parker’s first-ever Joan W. Harris Visiting Music Scholars in Residence program, members of The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center (CMS) returned to Parker this week to work directly with students
Looking to continue the ‘love’ connection she established the prior year between Parker and The Peace House, 1st grade teacher Bev “Greenie” Greenberg decided to lead students in creating Heart Pillows to show their love for the Englewood community
With a goal of better educating Parker students about the Muslim faith and dispelling misconceptions about the religion that have become prevalent in our society, 3rd grade teacher Nadia Pardesi recently teamed up with 7th grade history teacher Anthony Shaker in presenting a Morning Ex entitled Islam 101.
Members of Parker’s Robotics teams recently orchestrated a pair of sharing sessions with our youngest grades to share their work this past season and potentially ignite a spark of interest in robotics and coding in their peers at an early age
The Weekly writer Avani Kalra ’20 had an opportunity to interview Parker parent, social justice activist and recently named MacArthur Fellow Rami Nashashibi after his recent visit to the school for a Morning Ex.