Tackling "the Challenge of |
Forging a career to save our environment and to promote climate justice is to lead a life of purpose. Middlebury professor Jonathan Isham delivered that message during a Circle Talk on Tuesday, April 24, urging students to aggressively tackle climate change to protect all people—especially the world's most vulnerable populations—from its harm.
"To take on climate justice is to play a role in the challenge of our century," he told Groton students.
Professor Isham shared stories of several entrepreneurs who are making a difference (and in some cases, a fortune) with green initiatives...continued
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This Month's Question
In the last five years, Groton's Twitter followers have increased by:
A. 98 percent
B. 153 percent
C. 277 percent
D. 615 percent
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Last Month's Question
Congratulations to Ralph Heymann, who was in the know about employee longevity in Groton's Building and Grounds Department! B&G Director Tim Dumont started in November of 1989, more than 28 years ago.
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Recognition for Our Beautiful Circle
Architectural Digest has named Groton School's campus the most beautiful independent school campus in Massachusetts! We think they're right—and we're reminded of it every time we walk around the Circle, designed by renowned architect Frederick Law Olmstead, and every morning, when we walk out of St. John's Chapel and see the mountains in the distance. Architectural Digest described walking on the Groton Circle as "taking a trip down an architectural memory lane."
Where Are They Now?
Mary Ellen Sweeney
P'98, '01, '06
Associate Director of Admission, Second Form Dorm Head,
Hoyt Taylor P'98, '01, '06
Math/Science Teacher, Varsity Squash Coach, 1984-2012
What keeps you busy now?
We moved to Fearrington Village, eight miles south of University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, in July 2012, and though we've done some interesting travel, we've lived here ever since. We chose this area for the climate, cost of living, and proximity to universities, with their sports teams, academics, and cultural opportunities.
Unlike many of our neighbors at Fearrington, our sons are far afield...continued
April 28-May 1, 2018
Spring Long Weekend
May 18-20, 2018
May 27, 2018
Craig E. Smith Choir Concert
June 3, 2018
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Tax Day Needn't Sting So Much Next Year
April 15 is actually the right time to begin next year's tax planning. There are many ways to steer more money to organizations you value, such as Groton School, while taking advantage of tax savings. Our planned giving web pages offer simple explanations of the most popular tax-saving approaches. We are also happy to talk with you about solutions specific to your individual goals.