This winter, Park is making a significant step forward in our commitment to campus sustainability as we embrace solar energy. The possibility of integrating solar panels into Park's infrastructure has been in discussion for some years, and we are excited that it's time to take the School's sustainable practices to the next level. Click here to read more!
This recent project gave Kindergarten students a unique experience culminating in four picture book walks in distinct, hidden nature spots across the Park campus. Read more
What began as a one-off indoor activity on a rainy day and a casual experiment with snap circuits for Grade 5 students has evolved into a thriving Robotics Program that stands as a testament to innovation, collaboration, and self-directed learning. Read more
In the spirit of the Scandinavian holiday tradition of Jolabokaflod (“Christmas Book Flood”), which revolves around giving and receiving new books, Park’s Library Department shares recommendations for books they hope everyone will read. These favorites include some of the very best books published in 2023. Check out the list here.
The excitement in the air is palpable as we gather the thoughts and reflections of students in Park’s drama program. With the leaves turning golden and a crisp chill in the breeze, our budding thespians are gearing up for an exhilarating season of performances this year!
As the curtain falls on the Grade 5 play Gravestone Manor, recently closed, we embark on a second fall play, The Scandalous Sisterhood of Prickwillow Place. Both are spooky and mysterious scripts, with fun characters, plot twists, and moments of mayhem. Read more
At Park, ensuring the safety and well-being of our students is paramount, and one crucial aspect of this responsibility is managing student allergies effectively. Allergies can range from mild to severe, and their consequences can be life-threatening. To comprehensively promote allergy safety, and emphasize health and wellness within the school community, Park encourages collaboration between key stakeholders: Chef Anthony Marco and School Nurse Fabiola Sanon. Together, they are working to create a lunch program that will benefit the entire school community. Read more
Each new school year ushers in a wave of possibilities, challenges, and opportunities. At Park’s Upper Division Back to School Night on September 21, Ken Rogers, Upper Division Head, shared his insights and wisdom about the year ahead, offering a unique perspective on the shared experiences of parents, teachers, and students. Learn more
In the "Welcome Back to Campus" edition, we introduce you to some new faces on campus and re-introduce you to some friends who are in new roles this year.
Park's quarterly newsletter highlights academic, extracurricular, social, and fundraising activities for the whole community. Since December 1968, Park Perspectives (formerly The Park Parent) has been sharing school news with parents, faculty, alumni, and other friends. Interested in learning more? Contact Parkperspectives@parkschool.org or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Park School Bulletin is published twice yearly for the alumni, parents, and friends of The Park School. Each issue takes on a particular theme and contains regular School and alumni news as well. We welcome your comments and ideas.
The Anthology contains selected student writing and artwork collected from children in PreK through Grade 8. It is distributed in summer/early fall to all current families.