While all of our students are outstanding, some juniors and seniors were given special commendations this year for dedication and passion in Williams’ core values of scholarship, character, and community.
Cyrus D’Arcy ’20 and Alessandra D'Arcy ’21 recently played a Spring Organ Recital at Harkness Chapel, which featured pieces that Cyrus and Alessandra had worked on during their Independent Studies in Music with Mr. Holt and Dr. Anthony, respectively.
After their unit on volunteer work and community service-related vocabulary, Señor Cohen's Spanish III and Spanish III Honors students worked in groups to create their own non-profit charitable organizations and organize events to raise awareness and funds in support of their mission.
Please spread the word about Williams Summer Camps taking place the week of June 24-28! We will be offering three camps this summer for a wide variety of interests and ages. New and returning Williams students are encouraged to particpate!
During Wednesday's X-Block, 6th and 9th grade students gathered in the Performing Arts Center to listen to presentations by Mary Lycan '64 and Tom Schuch about the life of emancipated slave and educator Ichabod Pease.
Señor Cohen’s Spanish I class, comprised of eleven students ranging from 7th grade to 11th grade, had their "almuerzo español" (Spanish luncheon) last week, which is an annual event that follows the food unit from the third quarter.
On April 3rd, science teacher Carrie Alessio chaperoned 12 eighth grade girls to “Multiply Your Options,” an exploratory STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) conference at the University of Connecticut in Storrs.
On Monday, February 25, from 5:30-6:30PM, parents of Upper School students returning to Williams for the 2019- 2020 school year (current 8th - 11th graders) will have an opportunity to learn about the course selection process.
Students interested in more information about a trip to Greece and Italy in March 2020 are invited to attend an informational meeting on Wednesday, March 6 at 5:30PM in the Williams Room. Parents and guardians are encouraged to attend as well.
Peter Emanuel's Local History class recently visited the Nathaniel B. Palmer House in Stonington after having studied its history, particularly with regard to Captain Nathaniel Palmer and his discovery of Antarctica.