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Simple Thrills

by Jennifer Britton | Business Office Assistant & Alumni Parent As a twenty-something-year alumni parent, volunteer, and current staff member, there are still moments when being in this community fascinates me or brings me unexpected joy. Two most recent ones come...

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Thanksgiving through the Advent Season

by Ami Evergreen | Pedagogical Administrator, Nursery-Grade 8 For the bountiful gifts the earth bestows upon us, for the gold hues that adorn the land, for the richness of each sunrise and each day’s glory in our valley–our attention to these details can be the...

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Rich Armstrong: Visionary Music Fanatic

by Martha Groves Perry | WSP Alumni Parent, Former Board President, and Bay Area Musician Like many in our community, I could not process Rich Armstrong’s recent passing. After receiving the phone call that morning, I walked around all day feeling like I had been...

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The Lantern Festivals

by Ami Evergreen | Pedagogical Administrator, Nursery-Grade 8 Each little child will bring the light, ‘til all the world is warm and bright. In many countries the Festivals of Light begin when our days grow short and nights grow long. In North America we first...

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Sixth Grade Statistics Projects

by Dr. Lisa Babinet | Middle and High School Math Faculty Being able to capture phenomena in the world with numerical data is a powerful skill. Traditionally, sixth graders undertake just that by embarking on a statistics research project with a topic of their...

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Simple Thrills

by Jennifer Britton | Business Office Assistant & Alumni Parent As a twenty-something-year alumni parent, volunteer, and current staff member, there are still moments when being in this community fascinates me or brings me unexpected joy. Two most recent ones come...

read more

Thanksgiving through the Advent Season

by Ami Evergreen | Pedagogical Administrator, Nursery-Grade 8 For the bountiful gifts the earth bestows upon us, for the gold hues that adorn the land, for the richness of each sunrise and each day’s glory in our valley–our attention to these details can be the...

read more

Rich Armstrong: Visionary Music Fanatic

by Martha Groves Perry | WSP Alumni Parent, Former Board President, and Bay Area Musician Like many in our community, I could not process Rich Armstrong’s recent passing. After receiving the phone call that morning, I walked around all day feeling like I had been...

read more

The Lantern Festivals

by Ami Evergreen | Pedagogical Administrator, Nursery-Grade 8 Each little child will bring the light, ‘til all the world is warm and bright. In many countries the Festivals of Light begin when our days grow short and nights grow long. In North America we first...

read more

Sixth Grade Statistics Projects

by Dr. Lisa Babinet | Middle and High School Math Faculty Being able to capture phenomena in the world with numerical data is a powerful skill. Traditionally, sixth graders undertake just that by embarking on a statistics research project with a topic of their...

read more