When I first arrived at the The Oaks last summer, I joined four other new teachers for employee orientation. Since all of us had prior teaching experience, we spent much of our time discussing …

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I have taught at The Oaks for nearly twenty years. The first day assembly each year is a sobering reminder of my age when I look out over the student body and realize that most of them were not even …

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Oaks students take art classes from first grade through sixth grade. Their next art class takes place during eleventh grade. Five years cover …

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On the one hundredth day of school, regular as clockwork, large numbers, and the school calendar, Zero and Zip appeared from nowhere – well, okay, from the …

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I recently had the pleasure of sitting in with Eric Indgjerd’s 10th grade Latin Class. His teaching methods are, at times, unexpected. Do not think this arises because he is an unorthodox …

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As a parent of two Oaks graduates, one of whom started in kindergarten, my first thought was, “it’s nice that Miss Allegra Miller is leading the class in some …

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It’s always fun> to be in a winning locker room. Alas, sometimes, teams not only lose but lose big. How do coaches, teams – Christians – handle …

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Two minutes or less to be in the right classroom, seated in the correct chair, with all the proper materials for that class! A tardy …

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On a dark and chilly December evening, the warmest room in the city was this one, at The Oaks, warmed with the hugs of old friends reunited and the glowing …

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