Explore topics of an independent school education, such as great teaching, building character and integrating technology.
Connecting Classroom Campus and Community
See how we’re connecting our classrooms to the local and global communities.
Check out these great books recommended by Park Tudor faculty and staff.
Explore topics of an independent school education, such as great teaching, building character for life out of the classroom, and thoughtful integration of technology.
Tips for parents, faculty and students for using Blackboard, My Backpack and other tech tools.
Follow along as Park Tudor students participate in The International Model UN Conference in The Hague and other conferences across the U.S. each year.
A Word on Wellness
Find tips and resources on wellness - physical, mental and emotional.
Park Tudor Blogs are a glimpse into the culture of Park Tudor. We’re sharing some of the things we love – whether it’s trends in education, traveling the world, connecting with our Indianapolis community, or recommendations for a good book. Check out some of our blogs and come explore with us!
By Patti Duckworth, Lower School Counselor “Kids, go outside and play!” Do you remember hearing those words as you were growing up? As it turns out, our parents were right! Spending time playing outside actually enhances brain development and the overall health of our children. According to the book, The Importance of Outdoor Play and Its Impact on Brain Development…
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…
By Lisa Mercurio, School Psychologist; US Academic Support Coordinator Last week at the monthly PTPA general meeting, the division School Psychologists (Lisa Picha, Karen Fritchley and myself) along with Dr. Dana Lasek, Psychologist and Park Tudor parent, provided a talk on the topic of anxiety. The title of the presentation was “Don’t Let Worry Get in the Way: Strategies across…
By Heather Teets, Director of Fine Arts ‘Traveling makes one modest, you see the tiny space you occupy in the world.’ ~ Gustave Flauber For the past 18 years, Park Tudor has joined a number of independent schools across the country to support and participate in the Spoleto Study Abroad program. Students from more than 16 schools in the consortium…
By Cokie Scheidler, RN, BSN, School Nurse With the cold and flu season in full force, it is often difficult to know if your child is too sick to come to school. According to kidshealth.org, the biggest question to ask yourself is, “Can my child still participate in school activities?” If your child has been up all night coughing or…