During these complex and challenging times, we launched an online parent education series, “Leadership Live: Conversations with Country Day,” to connect our leaders with our community. Through Q&As, presentations, and panel discussions, leaders from different areas of focus—school administration, faculty, students, alumni, and parents—are sharing what they know and what they are learning. Topics include remote learning, college counseling, taking care of our children, and more.
If you haven't been able to watch the sessions live streamed, you can watch recorded sessions:
The Importance of Humor During This Pandemic
Head of Middle School Warren Sepkowitz and Fifth Grade Coordinator Tom Fredenberg discuss the importance of humor for children and parents during this pandemic. Watch the recorded session here.
Caring for Kids in Trying Times
Panel discussion with Country Day counselors and guests from Southeast Psych. Watch the recorded session here.
Scott Waybright, Assistant Head of School and Joe Hernick, Director of Educational Technology shared what the next edition of remote learning looks like and how we're using recent survey results to help make informed decisions. Watch the recorded session here.
The Impact of COVID-19 and College Counseling
Katie Elsasser, Director of College Counseling and Chris Gruber, VP/Dean of Admission and Financial Aid, Davidson College discussed how colleges are dealing with the admissions process during COVID-19, including college visits, testing, grades, and the admissions process moving forward. Watch the recorded session here.
Leadership Live: FAQs for PowerSchool and Other Digital Learning Platforms
Joe Hernick, Director of Educational Technology; Tameka Woodard, Middle School Director of Studies; and divisional educational technology experts discussed frequently asked questions relevant to educational technology tools being used by our students and faculty. Watch the recorded session here.
Country Day's approach to Managing through COVID-19
Q&A with Head of School Mark Reed and Board of Trustees Chair Scott Stevens, who will focus on Country Day’s approach to managing through COVID-19. Watch the recorded session here.