In celebration of Women's History Month, middle school advisories organized an appreciation for women by acknowledging the wonderful contributions made by women at King School. The advisors identified a woman at King, referred to as a celebrant, that they would like to get to know better and prepared questions for an interview with her. Information about the celebrant is then featured on a dedicated bulletin board.
"By focusing this celebration on the women at King, the middle school students not only get to know members of our community they would not normally interact with, but also find out and appreciate more about their roles, their personal lives, and the impact they have on our school each day," said Kenneth Lewis, a faculty member in the Middle School.
Catherine Lewis, Assistant to the Head of the Lower School was chosen as one of the celebrants. "I'm excited to be chosen to meet with students to share more about what I do on campus," she commented. She added that she had a wonderful time with Paola Grant's 6th-grade advisory. During the months of March and April, celebrants will continue to share with middle school advisories about their experiences as women in the community and in all areas of society.