My Child Loved to Read… What Happened?

“What happened to my reader? Last year, he was in the library every week picking out books. I had to take his book away at meals. Now, I can’t get him to read anything. It’s like he has no interest in it.”

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Yo Soy/I Am: Interdisciplinary Bilingual Identity Wall

Recent visitors to the Legner Learning Village Library may have noticed a new installation where the Quiet Room windows are usually found, a “Yo Soy/I Am” wall full of statements from the St. Anne’s-Belfield School community. The product of a collaboration between Librarian Sarah FitzHenry and Grades K – 4 Spanish teacher Erica Roth, the […]

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Cville OneBook: Tools for Difficult Conversations at St. Anne’s-Belfield School

Nearly 40 parents, students, and faculty members gathered for the Cville OneBook “Tools for Handling Difficult Discussions” workshop on Thursday, Nov. 8 at the Belfield Campus. Cville OneBook is a local movement that has been fundraising for more than a year to provide 2,500 copies of The Hate You Give by Angie Thomas to young readers in […]

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2018 First Lego League Tournament

Yesterday, two teams from St. Anne’s-Belfield School made their way to Richmond to compete in the VADC First Lego League Qualifying Tournament. The Heroes of Hades, our 5th and 6th grade Division I team, and Robots Gone Rogue, our 7th and 8th grade Division II team, have been working for months under the direction of […]

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How Do You Know That? Quest presents to Middle School

Big kudos to our How Do You Know That? Quest group for standing up in front of the entire middle school to share the information literacy terms, techniques, and tips that you’ve mastered this semester. Not pictured: 200 middle schoolers watching! It’s not easy to stand in front of your peers and share. I am […]

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Charlottesville Women in Tech Switch On! Summit 2018

Curious about the good, the bad, and the ugly of social media? Want to know more about how social media tools can be used to help you define and expand your brand or business? I’m so excited to share the “stage” with Liz Hoeppner, the mastermind behind Grants and Communications (and a zillion other things) […]

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Coming Soon: Tools for Difficult Conversations, with Cville OneBook

Last year, Cville OneBook raised more than $10,000 to purchase copies of Angie Thomas’ novel, The Hate U Give, for young adult readers around Central Virginia. Since then, it has been amazing watching Starr’s story and it’s impact on Charlottesville: speakers have visited local high schools, we’ve seen artwork inspired by the story, and we even […]

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The Haunted Library 2018

This Tuesday evening, families gathered in the Learning Village library for a spook-tacular Halloween celebration. From the event invitation, shared earlier this month: On Tuesday, October 30th, the Learning Village Library will be opening its doors for a one-night-only, creepy and creative, frightening family event! Inspired by the novel The Graveyard Book, (our first book club […]

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Teaching Meaningful Kindness

St. Anne’s-Belfield School celebrated Kindness in Chalk Day and Unity Day today, and I loved watching all of the extra kindness spread like confetti over our school. And tonight, I’m wondering – How do we continue the conversation, and how do we make it even deeper and more meaningful? How do we teach and model what […]

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Your Story Matters – Use Your Voice

Every voice. Every story. Every language. Every day. Your story matters. Use your voice. I’m so proud of, and excited about, this new display in the Learning Village Library. Thank you to Señora Roth and our Upper School dorm students for helping to bring this idea to life. Can your family help add more voices to […]

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