Nardin Today Spring 2016 - page 4

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NardinToday
Spring2016
president's
desk
I
t is such a pleasure to be back
at Nardin and to observe all of
the creative and collaborative
lessons and projects that
are being worked on across the
Academy.
This issue of
Nardin Today
highlights
meaningful, passionate, imaginative,
and cooperative work which is taking
place in Montessori, elementary, and high school classrooms, on
playing fields, and beyond.
Nardin’s commitment to progressive instruction, project-based
learning, and the empowerment of students in their own education
is evident in the student experience here. Our technology
advancements, active learning environments, and curriculum
enhancements are present at every level of the Academy.
Our 21st century and multi-age classrooms support various
learning styles and allow students to function effectively as
members of a team. And, Nardin's dedicated faculty and staff
consistently offer innovative opportunities for our children and
young adults to find their voice.
I hope that, as you read these stories, you will see that our school
continues to provide students of all ages an enriching academic
experience, one that enables our boys and girls to develop their
talents and nurture their potential in unique, individual ways.
Sincerely,
Marsha Joy Sullivan
Interim President
NardinToday
Spring2016
Amazingthings fortheworld...
AtNardinAcademy,webelieve thateverystudent
has thepotential todoamazing things.Asan
independentCatholicschool,witha focuson
academicexcellence,Nardinhelpsstudents to
develop their individual talentsand tocultivate their
intellect, characterandcourage tomakeadifference
in theworld.
ADMINISTRATION
Marsha JoySullivan
InterimPresident
Leslie Johnson
VP, FinanceandOperations
CatharineMiles-Kania ‘92
VP, EnrollmentManagement
KathleenA.Naughton
VP, InstitutionalAdvancement
MargaretAbels
ElementarySchool Principal
RebeccaReeder
HighSchool Principal
KristinWhitlock
Montessori Principal
NARDINTODAY
LauraCaya
EditorandDesigner
JenniferWesterholt ’95
EditorandWriter
JoannaBatt
RebeccaKlaukBraungart ’01
DianaMuraMaskell ’05
CatharineMiles-Kania ’92
KathleenA.Naughton
MarthaPapiernik
JoanRicca
AlexandraTramposch ’05
EditorialCommittee
Special thanks forproofreading:
Cheryl Ranney and Iris Skoog
JulinaMariePhotography
CoverPhoto
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theOfficeof InstitutionalAdvancement.
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:
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color, national andethnicorigin toall the rights, programsandactivities
generallyaccordedormadeavailable to studentsat the school. Itdoes
notdiscriminateon thebasisof race, color, national andethnicorigin in
administrationof itseducational policies, admissionspolicies, scholarship
and loanprograms, andathleticandother school-administeredprograms.
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