The annual celebration of community and equity at St. Mark's highlighted diversity and identity in the School community.
Assistant Head of School/Dean of Faculty
On Sunday evening, January 6, the St. Mark's student One Love Club hosted a One Love Escalation Workshop in the Center Presentation Room on campus.
On Thursday, January 3, nationally recognized equity and inclusion practitioner John Gentile visited St. Mark's. His visit was sponsored by the School's Community and Equity program.
Traditionally, the holiday break has been a busy and exciting time for St. Mark's teams. This December, two SM varsity squads—boys' varsity hockey and girls' varsity basketball—came away with championship titles in holiday tournament action.
Two St. Mark's faculty members—Dr. Laura Appell-Warren and Ms. Loris Adams—have recently taken on important leadership roles in national educational organizations, continuing their commitment to global and diversity education respectively.
This past week, St. Mark's held its annual Service of Lessons and Carols on Thursday evening, December 6, and again on Sunday afternoon, December 9. The service is considered a traditional Christmas event at many (if not all) Episcopal boarding schools, as well as numerous colleges and churches around the world.