Boothbay’s Educator in Residence: Skyler I have had the great opportunity to work at Boothbay Region Elementary School this winter. From my first week of EIR I have truly felt the warmth of the strong community they have created. At BRES I work with students from pre-K to 8th grade. Each day my schedule is filled with P.E., library, art,
Month: February 2018
Great Salt Bay’s Educator in Residence: Kasie This week I have helped several age groups in many different areas. I discussed decision making and time management with the 7th and 8th grade health classes, led team building activities with the 5th and 6th grade, practiced yoga with students in grades 4-8, went on a trip to the DRA, and brought
Matt: While the played-out high school stereotypes – the anxiety producing cacophony of the dining hall, death defying conversations in the hallways between classes, and pretending to understand words like “past participle” – are all part of the package as KW’s only high school EIRs, my first moments at Lincoln Academy have turned out to more aptly define how special
Andrew “Woody” P. Davis Kieve 1986-90, 1992-94; Kieve Council 1996-01; KW West Co-Leader 2002-04 Stanford University; B.A. Class of 2001; School of Education M.Ed. and M.B.A. Class of 2008 Woody grew up in Alexandria, VA and discovered Kieve one summer while accompanying his parents on their way to pick up his older sister Brooke, who attended Camp on Sebago Lake.
Medomak’s Educator in Residence: Drewsie My name is Alex Drew, but everyone knows me as Drewsie. I have the privilege of spending this winter in Medomak Middle School in Waldoboro. My main focus is on mentorship; becoming a trusted ally and friend for all students. During classes and study halls, I sit and chat with students. Sometimes about schoolwork, but