This year, the theme for Upper School assemblies is "What's Your Story?" The invited speakers have focused on sharing their story of if they always knew what they wanted to do or be, how they got to where they are today, and/or what impacted them the most along their journey. 

During their assembly on December 2, students heard from Bharat Ramamurti, a member of the Congressional Oversight Commission for the CARES Act and the Managing Director of the Corporate Power program at the Roosevelt Institute.

Our new Design Technology teacher, Gergana Genova, shares the most recent work from her Grade 4 classes:

"Skyscrapers are amazing architectural feats that are found and recognized all over the world.  Giving students the chance to design their own skyscraper starts with imagining it, deciding on a type of skyscraper, then building their own architectural model and being able to explain/present their design.

As part of the kick-off to Remake Learning Days Across America, Grade 11 student Ana Diaz-Young was selected to teach a live lesson involving making. Nominated by Tregaron STEAM Community Coordinator Jaime Chao Mignano, Ana selected a project that her Design Technology class worked on during the spring of 2020.

Recently, Grade 6 students in Sonia Chintha’s English classes finished their first unit of the year, “Humans of WIS,” and learned what it feels like to publish their own writing and receive comments on it from the greater WIS community.