Why Crescent

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Why Crescent

Crescent Blogs

Open Mike: Headmaster's Blog

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  • Why Our Mission Matters More Than Ever

    Michael Fellin, Headmaster of Crescent School
    Last week at assembly, I wished our boys and staff a Happy New Year and thanked them for a great return to school. I drew special attention to the fact that the start of a new year often provides us with an opportunity to pause and consider the various parts of our life that we aim to change – spend more time with family, go to the gym twice a week, focus on what brings happiness, eat less junk food – rarely, however, do we place as much emphasis on our habits we should continue.
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Crescent Voices

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  • The Generosity Of Our Crescent Family

    By Jill Cannon P’23, ’25, Director of Advancement
    Each and every day, I have the privilege of experiencing the generosity and commitment of the Crescent School family. I see teachers helping their students to take risks, try new things and learn from their experiences both inside and outside the classroom. I see colleagues supporting one another in their teaching, mentoring and coaching pursuits. I also see the ongoing involvement of current and past parents and alumni volunteering to ensure that their School continues to thrive and evolve.
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Teaching & Learning Blog

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  • Crescent School teacher Gord Wotherspoon in the classroom

    Can Perspective Help Inform Opinion?

    by Crescent School staff
    Lower School faculty member Gord Wotherspoon is fascinated by how in Grade 6, students begin to form passionate opinions and beliefs about certain topics.
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