The Confidence Conundrum

by Rachel Klein I spend a lot of time in my kitchen, as any food-obsessed person might be expected to do. When I’m not snagging a spicy pickle from the fridge or popping a prune in my mouth, I’m trying a new iteration of a favorite dish, […]

6 Reasons Why I Teach

by Bryan Morrison Every year when the final bell rings, students cry and teachers cry, but those tears eventually stop. Students spend the summer playing outside and learning life lessons, while teachers usually reflect on our teaching practices from the recent school year. Reflecting on our teaching […]