Brimmer Blog

2019

  • September

    The Hard Work of Consideration

    Jessica Christian
    Let us not shy away from the work of thinking more and doing more. As educators, it is our duty. As members of the larger society, it should be too.
  • The InHumanity of It All

    Joe Iuliano
    NPR recently presented data about the college fields of study that lead most directly to profitable career paths for graduates.
  • Leveraging Student Voice to Empower Leadership

    Joshua Neudel
    Read Head of Upper School Josh Neudel's speech from Opening Convocation.
  • Responsible Leadership and Student Voice

    Judith Guild
    Read remarks from Head of School Judith Guild's speech at Opening Convocation.
  • Rise Up! Using your Student Voice for the Greater Good

    Carl Rapisarda Vallely
    Read Head of Middle School Carl Rapisarda Vallely's speech from Opening Convocation.
  • August

    Helping Students Find Their Voices

    Jessica Christian
    To what extent do we allow students to exercise freedom of speech and opinion within the walls of our institutions? It seems we are answering that question every day as new challenges arise.
  • July

    Living with Food Allergies

    Joshua Neudel
    Like many schools, Brimmer does more to keep children safe than most schools. As a parent of a child with food allergies and the spouse to a person with food allergies, I am constantly looking at food in a different way than most.
  • June

    Head of Upper School Reflects on the Class of 2019

    Joshua Neudel
    Read remarks that were shared at both Senior Dinner and Commencement for the Class of 2019.
  • May

    Roamin’ and Greek Day

    Joe Iuliano
    The four days of school following the Memorial Day Weekend are like an in-house Winterim trip: days full of presentations and performances, walking tours and “museums” (exhibitions), cultural events and local traditions.
  • What’s Next in Education

    Joe Iuliano
    Read about the predictions by organizations, media outlets, and researchers about the future of education.
  • April

    Professional Development & Summer Reading to Enhance Learning/Teaching

    Judith Guild
    Learn about the books our faculty read over the summer of 2019.
  • Using The C-E-R Method Across Disciplines

    Carl Rapisarda Vallely
    The middle school years are imperative to developing the skills that students will need to find success in high school, college, and beyond.
  • February

    Brimmer Educates Students For a Future of Change

    Judith Guild
    Brimmer, a mission driven school that strives to produce life-long learners, is on a successful path to educate students for a future of change.
  • January

    Grade 8 Programming Builds on School Mission

    Carl Rapisarda Vallely
    Read about the amazing programming our 8th graders are experiencing outside their core classes.
  • Going Global

    Joe Iuliano
    Winterim provides our students with the opportunity to travel abroad with classmates and friends to explore other parts of the world. Learn more in Mr. Iuliano's reflection about the Winterim Program.

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