"The idea of justice can help us strive for a more perfect union in our school, our country and our world. But the word justice is a noun; without any verb or action word by its side, it stands alone, in some ways at arms’ distance. Justice in Action, our chosen theme for this year, is something quite different. It reminds us that justice happens as a result of action. To make it real, we have to strive for it, live it, inhabit it in our bodies and souls. So, how do we do that? How will we do that this year?" Allison Gaines Pell, Head of School.
This Week at Wheeler, we announced our 2019 National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists and dove deeper into marshmallows and data sets; what is an N-8 identity? We got a glimpse of our Middle School Rowers out on the water at the Narragansett Boat Club, and found "Inspiration in Everyday Splendors" with Catherine Sawoski `20. We experienced Cityside through the eyes of a student, celebrated a 3rd grader's love of art, and with fall right around the corner, Boys Varsity Soccer Coach, Oscar Zorilla reminds us that with a "new season comes new expectations."
An 8th grader's perspective on the new Cityside program.