Eye on Our Vision: Childhood Exploration Spending quality time engaging with our children is essential to building strong bonds, sewing the “childhood roots of adult happiness” (Edward Hallowell), and creating memories that will last them a lifetime. That said, in our busy schedules, we may...

Eye on Our Vision: Understanding Resilience Dr. Richard Davidson along with Sharon Begley, in his recent work, The Emotional Life of Your Brain, discusses what he identifies as the six traits of Emotional Style, or the “consistent way of responding to the experiences...

Eye on Our Vision: The Masquerade — Let’s Perfect Our Process, Not Our Costumes Believe it or not, Masquerade season is officially upon us, and our students have already begun researching and selecting historical figures on which to focus over the next several...

Eye on Our Vision: Exploring American History Through Dance This year, for the dance portion of our Winter Festival, students will dance Elsa Chahin and Alejandra Llorente’s free adaptation of Alvin Ailey’s Revelations; using dance as a medium for honoring the past, celebrating...

Eye on Our Vision: Thanksgiving Reflections Thanksgiving is one of our nation's most cherished holidays as we look forward to coming together with loved ones, feasting, giving thanks, and giving back. (After all, 'tis the season for food drives, serving meals to those...