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Sustainability at Park Tudor School

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By Doug Allen, Director of Development Park Tudor Blogs readers are committed to education and to good schools. Park Tudor, however, has goals and aspirations to be not just a good school, but a great school. These higher expectations come internally from the school’s own mission, vision, and values, and also externally from the investments that alumni and parents have made…

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Global Online Academy Courses 2017-18

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By Jamey Everett, Global Online Academy Coordinator and LS Technology Integrator Preparations for the 2017-18 Global Online Academy (GOA) school year are nearly complete! The GOA is a consortium of leading independent schools around the world, dedicated to replicating in online classrooms the intellectually rigorous programs and excellent teaching that are hallmarks of its member schools. Beginning Friday, February 17,…

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Park Tudor Model UN Travels to The Hague and Chicago Conferences

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By Peter Smith, Upper School Social Studies Teacher and Model UN Advisor The Hague International Model UN Conference (THIMUN) Twenty-one Park Tudor students participated in the 49th session of The Hague International Model United Nations (THIMUN) in The Netherlands from January 27th through February 4th. In addition to engaging in the premier MUN conference in the world for high school…

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Exploring the Woods Around Park Tudor

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By Mark Dewart, Science Department Chair and US Science Teacher Upper School students in Kathy Madren’s Environmental Science classes have been conducting a botanical survey of the woods around Park Tudor on the north and west ends of the campus. By carefully documenting the plant species that are present and mapping their distributions, the students have uncovered evidence of past…

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Indianapolis Screenings of “Most Likely to Succeed”

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Year three of the Innovators Institute summer program will kick off this month with two Indianapolis screenings of “Most Likely to Succeed.” This acclaimed film offers an inspiring look at what students and teachers are capable of – if we have the vision and courage to transform our schools. Directed by acclaimed documentarian Greg Whiteley, the film has been an official…

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