Reading can bring us joy, make us think, show us ourselves, and let us see others
Magpie Musings Blog
Our community’s commitment to living ethically is embedded in all of our curriculum and underscored in our K-8 Ethics program.
May is Asian Pacific American Heritage Month and our students are celebrating by reading great books.
Courage is having the inner strength and bravery to do the “right thing” even when it is difficult.
As students learn how important it is to be kind to one another and to be “upstanders” they are learning that these behaviors repair the world.
Last year our school librarian, Heather Novotny, served on the Robert F. Sibert Award Committee, which honors both the author and illustrator for the most distinguished informational book for children.
In March 2021, ten McGillis Middle School students attended the virtual Northwest Association of Independent Schools’ Student Diversity Leadership Retreat.
Our school’s mission, values, and diversity, equity, and inclusion statements guide our curricula and program development.