Lower School Director's Letter
In honor of International Day of the Woman, CAG secured Katlyn Grasso to speak on campus March 2. Grasso is a senior at the Wharton School of The University of Pennsylvania and Founder and CEO of GenHERation, a female empowerment network for high school girls.
Lower School Director, Donna Lindner, welcomes us back to school.
Words of thanks and gratitude to parents for their unending support.
A hug works wonders in times of change and hectic schedules, such as the end of the school year.
The division heads give a tribute to Dr. Mary Seppala
Lower School librarian, Michelle Burns is this week's guest-writer.
Lower and Upper School Community Service Coordinator, Sarah Kinder is this week's guest writer.
Donna reflects on her time spent with parents at the recent open house.
Donna is proud of the Lower School environment at AIS.
CAG Director Mariandl Hufford serves as this week's Guest Author for Donna.
Donna shares the advantages of PreK teacher Kathy Seaton's seven-week positive discipline course.
Donna and the other division directors wish AIS families a safe and happy Spring Break!
Donna discusses a topic that has recently gone viral.
Donna reflects on her time spent with Agnes Irwin's International Women's Day guest-speaker
Donna writes from the National Association of Independent Schools' Annual Conference.
Donna assures parents that students will make up lost time caused by the recent weather.
Donna discusses body image and how early girls can become affected by negative influences.
Donna suggests parents think about volunteering at school.
Donna shares what she learned over the holiday break.
Donna reflects on her time at a conference last week.
Lower School librarian, Michelle Burns is this week's guest writer
Lower School psychologist, Melissa Anderson guest-writes for Donna this week.
Donna discusses the importance of resiliency.
With AIS/EA Day fast approaching, Donna ponders sportsmanship and following the "Golden Rule."