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In The Media

May 27, 2020
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How to Have Summer Fun While Learning, Despite the Pandemic

By Berry Brady for NorthFulton.com This summer will be different than usual. After the distance learning fatigue of the spring semester, a summer of fun is well deserved and very…

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April 27, 2020
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Roswell Students’ Lessons from Hatched Chicks, Like Life, Go On

By Arlinda Smith Broady, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Even in our world of fast food and high-speed online connections, some things in nature still can’t be rushed, as students at High Meadows,…

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December 21, 2019
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High Meadows Names Lisa Baker as Head of School and Camp Beginning in the 2020-2021 School Year

From EastCobber.com High Meadows School, an independent, International Baccalaureate® (IB) school focused on child-centered education for students in preschool through eighth grade, is thrilled to announce the appointment of Lisa…

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November 15, 2019
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Roswell's High Meadows School Creates Song For Climate Action Project, A Global Effort Involving Students From Around the World

By Berry Brady for NorthFulton.com Students at High Meadows School in Roswell, GA are lending their voices to create awareness around climate change. Students in one 2nd/3rd grade class composed…

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May 13, 2019
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High Meadows Appoints Bud Lichtenstein as Interim Head of School and Camp

By Berry Brady for NorthFulton.com High Meadows School is pleased to announce the appointment of Bud Lichtenstein as interim Head of School & Camp, effective July 15, 2019. In this role,…

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May 11, 2019
High Meadows School Outdoor Classrooms

Kids Get a Kick Out of All-day Lessons in a Forest Classroom

By H.M. Cauley for AJC.com Many schools now feature gardens and outdoor classroom spaces, but when a campus includes 15 acres of unspoiled woodlands, most of the nature can be turned…

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October 17, 2018

High Meadows School marches in Roswell Youth Day Parade

By Wendy Parker for East Cobb News Thanks to the High Meadows School for the photos from the 68th Roswell Youth Day Parade on Saturday, in which students, staff and…

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August 15, 2018

Hand models, carnivorous plants, and other ways to gain STEAM

By Brenda Major and Lynn Williams for Innovate My School Brenda Major (pictured left) and Lynn Williams (pictured right) have been teaching art to K-8th grade students at High Meadows…

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August 14, 2018

Curiosity Fuels Student Engagement in School-Wide Study

By Kate McElvaney What do birds, rockets, Amelia Earhart, and Newton’s third law of motion have in common? They are topics pre-K – eighth grade students chose to study as…

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August 10, 2018

Preparation Tips To Ease The Back To School Transition

This article originally appeared on Herald Newspapers.  The weather’s hot and the pool still calls, but now school rules! Whether your child is starting pre-school or their senior year of…

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July 05, 2018
HMS Innovate My School July 2018

From Learners to Leaders!

By Lori Kennedy, Jul. 3, 2018  An amazing thing happens when we expect students to be leaders. They lead. Challenging the philosophy that, by nature, there are leaders and there…

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May 31, 2018

Teacher Tips for Parents: Help Your Children Stay Sharp While Having Fun This Summer

This article originally appeared on Herald Newspapers. While summer is for rest and relaxation, it’s also a great time to help young learners continue to develop while reinforcing skills learned…

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May 09, 2018

Three Students From Roswell's High Meadows School Win State Awards At Annual Library Of Congress National Competition

Every year tens of thousands of students across the nation send their letters to the Center for the Book at the Library of Congress. Writing a letter to your favorite…

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May 07, 2018

WANTED: More Than a Few Good Men – Tackling the Gender Divide in Early Childhood Education

This article originally appeared in PEN, The Quarterly Journal of the Progressive Education Network. By Jay Underwood, May 7, 2018 Mrs. Tartak, my beloved kindergarten teacher, was kind, nurturing, and…

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January 31, 2018

High Meadows students tutor, mentor, befriend younger students

This article originally appeared on AJC.com. By H.M. Cauley Anne Lovatt was a student at Roswell High when she started volunteering at Star House, a nonprofit that sponsors after-school programs…

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January 26, 2018

High Meadows teachers selected for national educators’ workshop

By Wendy Parker This article originally appeared in the East Cobb News. High Meadows School is pleased to announce two of its faculty, Andy Stephens and Melissa Casorio, have been…

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January 22, 2018

A teacher's guide: Using social justice topics in the classroom

This article was originally published in the International Baccalaureate Community Blog on January 22, 2018. By Kirsten Fournier, Kerri Irwin and Vivien Rosa-Vaccarelli Race, gender and faith – there are not…

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January 17, 2018

High Meadows School making Green Strides

High Meadows School, an Independent, International Baccalaureate (IB) school focused on progressive education for students age three through eighth grade, is on the itinerary for the 2017 Green Strides Tour…

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December 19, 2017

High Meadows Partners with Star House to Provide 'Secret Santa Shop' at Mimosa Elementary

The article originally appeared in The North Fulton Neighbor. By Lindsay Moscarello To give a gift is not always focused on receiving a tangible product, but how one feels to…

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November 06, 2017

There is no school like High Meadows.

The article originally appeared in The Aha! Connection. Each school day, our students learn through the experiential, immersive educational opportunities provided in our classrooms and across our grassy fields and…

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August 11, 2017

Multi-age learning: How it’s different and why that matters

By Jay Underwood & Margaret Jones   The question isn’t what are we teaching our students, it’s what are they learning. This is the foundation of a multi-age classroom structure…

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August 02, 2017

Involve your child in preparing healthy back to school meals

By Sarah Bobbitt Going back to school can be stressful enough and when you add what to pack for lunch or snack, the process can be daunting for many parents,…

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July 20, 2017

How to Establish a ‘Back to School’ Mindset and Feel Prepared for the First Day

The article originally appeared in The North Fulton Herald By Margaret P. Jones The hazy, lazy days of summer will soon give way to the hustle and bustle of preparing…

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May 17, 2017

Real-World Math Activities that are Perfect for Engaging Your Kids

By Margaret Pritchett Jones Margaret Pritchett Jones is the Associate Head of School and Lower Years Principal at High Meadows School, a progressive PK-8 school in Roswell, Georgia. She has…

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March 19, 2017

A School Issue That’s Actually About Learning

This article originally appeared in Stamford Advocate By David Rafferty Our public schools are in the news so often for non-educational reasons that it’s hard to keep track of all…

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February 13, 2017

Mindfulness and Social-Emotional Learning at High Meadows School

The article originally appeared in Innovate My School. By Sue Amacker The practice of mindfulness has become incredibly popular in schools. Mindfulness works by creating an environment for learning and…

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January 18, 2017

A Journey Toward Mindfulness: How to Implement and Sustain This Practice Among Teachers, From Now Until the Last Day of School

By: Kate McElvaney, Sue Amacker "Mindfulness is paying attention to something, in a particular way, on purpose, in the present moment, non-judgmentally." – Jon Kabat-Zinn How many days until summer?…

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December 12, 2016

Watch a Roswell school's iPad band cover Tran-Siberian Orchestra

By: Becca J. G. Godwin A band of middle schoolers took to the radio to perform some songs Monday afternoon, but the instruments they played weren't what you'd normally expect:…

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August 25, 2016

Life with Gracie: Mindfulness: Learning to live in moment at school, at home

Lula Nicholson is 4, very charismatic with high energy and big emotion to match. She’s either happy or really not. And either way, it shows. That changed recently when the…

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August 22, 2016

Meeting Children Where They Are: The Multiage Classroom

By Jay Underwood and Margaret Jones Ah, the one-room schoolhouse. Born of necessity in remote areas of the country, it seems to be a whimsical relic in education. But teachers…

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August 15, 2016

What does creative teaching mean to you?

Teaching outside the box while still ensuring students have grasped the necessary skills and knowledge they need can be a tricky balance to master. Creative teaching is becoming essential in…

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August 08, 2016

Roswell's High Meadows head of school honored, Jay Underwood 1 of 20 to receive National Leadership Award

ROSWELL, Ga. — Jay Underwood, head of High Meadows School, has been awarded a fully-funded fellowship to the Klingenstein Center for Independent School Leadership’s 2017 Heads of Schools Program at…

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May 19, 2016

Roswell Students Build on Learning Experience with Minecraft

By Erika Wells High Meadows School students in Roswell created a world of their own while testing a new version of Minecraft made for the classroom. This month, music director…

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March 17, 2016

High Meadows program shares how to give kids a ‘voice in the classroom’

By Erika Wells The High Meadows School community in Roswell makes sure each day is engaging, educational and anything but typical for students. The school hopes to share its culture…

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