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Congratulations to the cast and crew!
Last week, students in Mrs. Gallagher's and Mrs. Hannon's 6th grade Transition Math classes participated in the global Hour of Code, with the goal of becoming creators, not just consumers of digital content.
Congratulations to Cassandra Lin '16, who was among the elite group of teenagers from around the United States to receive the 2014 HALO Award from Nickelodeon. Cassandra was recognized for her work as founder of Turn Grease into Fuel (TGIF), a sustainable program that collects waste cooking oil from local residents and restaurants, then converts it into biodiesel fuel. The fuel is used to heat the homes of families in need. See the Nickelodeon HALO Awards premier on Sunday, November 30th at 7p.m. (ET/PT)
Members of the Board of Trustees, parents, faculty, and administrators gathered for a toast of sparkling cider as Head of School Mark Fader announced that the pavilion was officially open and thanked the parents and grandparents of the Class of 2014 for their support of Williams.
The Orion Award is bestowed by the Museum on stellar teachers who create meaningful and innovative learning experiences for their students by utilizing the collections, programs, and learning resources of Mystic Seaport.
During an official ceremony on September 22 at the Connecticut College Arboretum, Josh Goldstein '15 received the Congressional Award from Congressman Joe Courtney (CT-2). The Congressional Award is the nation’s highest award for young people.
A unique robotics program designed to get children excited about science and technology.
The Williams School welcomed 91 new students for orientation! Included in this fabulous group of new students was the School's first sixth grade!
A Benefit for the Pamela Lancaster Pettinari '77 Scholarship Fund
This same Williams adventurer and explorer will also be an Educator-at-Sea on E/V Nautilus this fall
Click here to read the article featured in The Day on June 5, 2014
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