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Thanks to the hard work and dedicated effort of coaches and athletes, the 2016-17 Winged Lion winter athletic teams saw steady improvement and had solid success. Nearly seventy student-athletes took to the court and pool to represent the green and white this winter, bringing many exciting moments to fans with their fierce competitiveness, talent, and unmatched sportsmanship. Click to read more about each team and their season results.
Today is a G Day
Rowland Hall's Winter Admission Open House events are scheduled, and we are excited to welcome new families to our school. Prospective families will learn more about our philosophy and programs, take a tour, and meet administrators, teachers, students, and parents who can share their personal experiences. We look forward to meeting you and your family!
The Lower School is again observing Week of Code December 5-11, and this time, coding activities are more intertwined in curriculum so the spirit of the event will live on throughout the school year.
The crossroads of debate is a place where students come from all walks of life and leave in every direction, stopping to gain a set of skills to allow them to discover and master the next step. Ranking as one of the top in the nation, the Rowland Hall debate program has expanded its reach across curriculum and divisions.
The summer of 2016 marked the third successful year of placing rising seniors in career internships through Rowland Hall's internship program. The program places students in real workplaces, involves them in projects and research, and reinforces our mission to help students lead ethical and productive lives. In an essay, senior Alicia Lu reflects on interning in Dr. Michael Kay's Infectious Disease Drug Discovery and Development Lab.
Rowland Hall juniors identify and research a global, local, or internal issue they feel strongly about, then volunteer for an organization associated with their topic. Dubbed Project 11, this experience entails more than clocking service hours. Rowland Hall supports juniors with the resources to design and implement a solution to the problem they've chosen to explore.
This year, Rowland Hall will be supporting refugees in our community by focusing our tradition of giving, to a family's level of comfort, around Candle and Carol on the following organizations: International Rescue Committee, Choice Humanitarian, Heartland/Sunnyvale Community Centers, Utah Tibetan Association, Because He Loved Us, and Women of the World.
Skiing is a lifelong sport to be enjoyed with family and friends of all ages. Our young skiers develop skills and create memories to cherish long after their racing days are over. Rowmark Junior Program's highly qualified coaches focus on helping students build confidence, self-discipline, team camaraderie, and sportsmanship on and off the hill. Our program is designed to foster a lifelong appreciation of alpine skiing and racing. We strive to offer students a fun skiing experience in a safe, positive learning environment.
This year, Rowmark Ski Academy kicks off its 35th year as a division of Rowland Hall. We are very proud to have grown into an internationally acclaimed ski program that is an integral part of a highly respected academic institution. For our student-athletes, being a Rowmarker means commitment and dedication to a combination of academics and complete year-round ski racing program that is unmatched by any other program in the country.
Alpine ski racers from all over the country and the globe come to Salt Lake City to join Rowland Hall's Rowmark Ski Academy. We are proud of our team which includes many of the best junior ski racers and student-athletes nation-wide and Australia. Good luck to this exceptional group of young people as the winter season approaches.
It was another outstanding fall season of Rowland Hall Upper School athletics as Winged Lion teams captured four Region 14 team titles, six individual Region championships, two State 2A runner-up trophies, with all teams qualifying for post-season competition.
It was a fun fall season for Middle School Athletics. Thank you to all of our players for their hard work and thank you to our families for your support throughout the season. Additionally, I'd like to thank our Middle School Boosters for providing every athlete with a sport-specific T-shirt to show our school spirit. We are fortunate to have such a dedicated group of coaches who put in countless hours to develop our student athletes. Please read on for a recap of each team's season
Rowland Hall is delighted to host renowned author and educator Jessica Lahey, who started her teaching career here and is now a columnist for The New York Times and a contributing writer for The Atlantic. Ms. Lahey will speak at the Larimer Center 7 pm Monday, October 17, about her New York Times best-selling book, "The Gift of Failure: How the Best Parents Learn to Let Go So Their Children Can Succeed." We encourage Rowland Hall parents to attend.
Jan Chappuis, a nationally recognized education expert, led three separate professional development workshops on formative assessment, a research-based education strategy that in the past few years has solidified its place in the Rowland Hall vernacular. Fifth-grade teacher and Strategic Plan Implementation Committee Co-Chair Sarah Button has a simple definition for the term: "It means checking in with my students—where are they on this particular concept—and then that decides what I do next," she said, as opposed to advancing in a lesson plan before all students have grasped a concept.
Congrats to our seven National Merit Semifinalists! Back row, from left: Josh Nkoy, Lane Baker, and Matthew Orford. Front row, from left: Tobi Yoon, Alicia Lu, David Bernstein, and Cindy Shen. These students, now seniors, earned this distinction for scoring in the top percentile of Utah juniors who took the PSAT. They'll continue in the competition for the National Merit Scholarship.

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