You’re Invited: 2019 Computer Science Institute

Educators! Snag your spot in the 2019 CS Institute, powered by St. Anne’s-Belfield School and the Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia. This free two-day workshop gives K-12 educators easy, bite-size, accessible tools and ideas to bring computer science into lessons and activities. I know what you’re thinking – “I’m not qualified to […]

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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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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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The Hate U Give Movie with Cville OneBook

I know absolutely zero about movies, so I don’t have any fancy review to share on this incredibly powerful and painful film. But I DO know that I’m so thankful to Hold the Line Magazine for giving me the opportunity to step outside of my echo chamber and spend the evening weeping, laughing, and screaming in a […]

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Cville OneBook

I am so excited to share that St. Anne’s-Belfield School will be a community partner with Cville OneBook this year! As a member of the Cville OneBook Committee, I am so excited about the opportunity to use a story to bring the Charlottesville community together for reflection and discussion. Let me tell you a little […]

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Books on Bikes Summer 2016 Finale: Books on a Bus

Just as the beginning of the summer means pumping tires, checking helmets, and tying shoelaces, the end of the summer means something certain for Books on Bikes, too – our big summer finale. After a summer full of giving out books to read and popsicles to eat, we wanted to celebrate the thousands of books […]

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Books on Bikes featured in School Library Connection

Long, hot days and countdowns to summer vacation can mean only one thing… …it’s BOOKS ON BIKES season! Your favorite group of helmet wearin’, pedal pushin’, popsicle eatin’ librarians and teachers are gearing up for the 2016 summer season. Our summer schedule is now live, and we’re so excited to be starting a new season […]

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