Tag Archives: Teachers

Finals: How Much Prep is Too Much Prep?

Finals. The last obstacle before we can leap into the summer. These famously tricky exams are possibly the most stressful part of the year, maybe even more so than midterms. Some teachers spend weeks preparing their students, while others barely mention them until two days beforehand. The students are quite similar. Some take up hours a day studying, and some study barely fifteen minutes in total. The question is: How much prep is too much prep? Continue reading Finals: How Much Prep is Too Much Prep?

Are 7th Graders mean?

Recently, the 7th grade advisors gave a variety of assignments and writing prompts relating to “unkind words and actions” in the 7th Grade. This is mainly due to the many problems, not just in 7th grade, but in the whole middle school regarding “bullying” and “profanity.” Continue reading Are 7th Graders mean?

Goodbye Rhonda

GFS is losing some legends this year.

It is a time of change at GFS.  Our Head of School will be entering her third year this fall, and we will have new principals in both the Middle and Upper Schools. But it’s not just new arrivals that are shaking up the school, as some truly legendary teachers will be moving on from GFS this summer. Continue reading Goodbye Rhonda