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The Art of Flexible Teaching

The Art of Flexible Teaching

Sydney Stone October 2, 2013 2

One of the biggest challenges for a teacher at any school is teaching many grades. For Ms. Lucy Pinkwater and Ms. Jenny Northrup, teaching multiple grades with a big age gap has both its

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The Robotics Team

The Robotics Team

Emma Lapin April 29, 2013 2

Since the fall semester, the robotics team, headed by Brooklyn Cohen ‘14, has been hard at work designing and building a robot for competition

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Archer Turned Shakespearean

Archer Turned Shakespearean

Capucine Berney April 18, 2013 1

Over the past eight years, The Archer School for Girls and the Independent Shakespeare Company (ISC) have established a relationship that pairs education with playtime: learning with the occasional burst of fairy dust

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Remembering Mr. Hartsfield

Remembering Mr. Hartsfield

Ankhet Holmes March 20, 2013 2

    Though Mr. Hartsfield has passed, his legacy lives on in the memories of his students. Through stories the Archer community tries to do justice in describing a man whose spirit is extraordinary

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Search And Research

Search And Research

Clio Sophia Koller March 20, 2013 0

For the past two years Archer has offered an innovative science course that allows students to design and conduct original scientific research. The class, which is offered to juniors and seniors, spends the first

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One to One: Three Years In

One to One: Three Years In

ebannon14 March 17, 2013 0

Three years after the implementation of Archer’s One to One laptop program, the plan continues to revolutionize and inspire. Launched in the early fall of 2010, the program provides incoming students with laptops and

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The Survivors: Class of 2013

The Survivors: Class of 2013

Krysia Sikora May 25, 2012 0

Junior year, notorious for causing fatigue, mental break- downs, and a reliance on caffeine, is an affliction that cannot be avoided by high school students

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