Podcast Episode 28: A Look Into Pre-K & Kindergarten
October 14, 2021
In this episode, Pre-K to 8 Director Hopes Jones talks with Pre-K teacher Beth Smith ('87, LD '12) and Kindergarten teacher Jody Deaton about what a skills-based curriculum and active learning look like for our youngest students.
Middle school creative technology students enjoyed teaching the Deaton Darlings kindergarteners how to use Tinkercad to create 3D shapes. They printed their favorite 3D shape out on the 3D printer and then used the shapes to build different structures.
Library Services | Kimberly Perkins, March 31, 2016
There is something special about having an opportunity to discuss and enjoy a shared reading experience with someone we care about and admire. We are drawn to books for different reasons, but a primary one comes via the recommendations by those we respect.
Darlington to host blood drive in honor of Margaret Olivera
November 10, 2015
Darlington will host a blood drive in Margaret Olivera's honor at the steps of the McCallie-Kennedy Upper School Library on Thursday, Nov. 12, from 2 to 7 p.m. The first-grade student was diagnosed last summer with Fanconi anemia, a rare genetic disorder that results in bone marrow failure.
Reflections from the Growing Leaders National Conference
Academic Administration | Beth Smith '87, LD'12, September 7, 2015
Several ELA-2 teachers and Director of Fine Arts Kim Tunnell were able to attend the Growing Leaders National Conference this summer in Atlanta. We were honored to have been awarded one of Darlington's Thatcher Master Teacher Fund grants to be able to learn and grow in many ways.