MBS Faculty Engage in Conversation as Part of Late Start Wednesday

On September 21, MBS held its first “Late Start Wednesday” of the academic year as faculty and staff gathered for meetings and workshops before the start of classes. Occurring once or twice a month, these Wednesday mornings provide faculty the opportunity to meet, engage in important professional development, and further discuss the work they do with their students.

To view the Late Start Wednesday dates for the year, click here.  You may view the daily class schedule for Middle School and Upper School here for those Wednesdays. 

“In the end, initiatives like these Wednesday workshops are related to engagement and are about strengthening our community.  There is no substitute for a faculty community that spends meaningful time discussing our craft, workshopping ideas, and engaging in ways which directly impact our students' growth and learning,” said Head of Upper School Ryan Liese. “This work is incredibly important and asks our faculty to do more than simply teach their classes.  It also furthers our commitment to the overall health and wellbeing of our faculty and students, while still emphasizing the time our students spend in the classroom benefitting from the amazing opportunities which exist for them.”

The next Late Start Wednesday will take place on Wednesday, October 12. Advisory will begin at 9:30 a.m.


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