Archive for the ‘Academics’ Category

Thinking Globally at the 2018 Camden Conference

March 19, 2018
What do Harvard Government professors, former translators for Nixon, and former Obama advisors on China have in common? They were all distinguished speakers at the 2018 Camden Conference on International Affairs. Over the weekend of…Read More

GouldSPOTLIGHT: Dave Bean

March 13, 2018
Name: Dave Bean High School: Jamesville-Dewitt College/Grad School: University of Vermont/University of Utah What are your roles at Gould? English Teacher and Skateboard Program Director Proudest Achievement: I’m the father of Zoe ’17, Lilo ’19,…Read More

GouldSPOTLIGHT: Kristen Drew

January 23, 2018
Name: Kristen Drew High School: Town of Webb H.S. in Old Forge, NY College/Grad School: I received a BS in Biology from St. Lawrence University and a Masters in the Art of Teaching Secondary Science…Read More

Martin Luther King Day – A Day of Service

January 17, 2018
 For Gould, Martin Luther King Day isn’t a day off, but a “day on.” It’s become tradition to utilize the time as an opportunity to give back to the community. Classes break into groups…Read More

GouldSPOTLIGHT: Dave Lynch

Name: Dave Lynch High School: Scituate High College/Grad School: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute What are your roles at Gould? Math Teacher, Assistant Comp Snowboard Coach, Assistant JVA Soccer Coach, Advisor, Math Center Proudest Achievement: Watching my daughter…Read More

SA-KRED Cafe – Coffee and Donuts for a Cause

January 5, 2018
Submitted and written by SA-KRED staff Mia Shifrin ’19, Maddie Williams ’19, and Will Maloney ’18 Working at Gould’s SA-KRED cafe is learning by doing. When the donuts are placed on the counter and the…Read More

Globalizing the Classroom

December 21, 2017
As we come to the close of 2017, and the temperature drops, I find myself reflecting on the warmer months. Summers are a time for rest and relaxation, but also growth for teachers. Some of…Read More

The REMUS Project – Getting Off the Ground and Underwater

December 20, 2017
The Science Department announced a partnership today with Ryan Marine in connection with the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) in Woods Hole, MA to refurbish a decommissioned REMUS 100, an unmanned underwater vehicle (UUV) donated to Gould by the…Read More

GouldSPOTLIGHT: Rob Manning

December 19, 2017
Name: Rob Manning High School: Brooks School College/Grad School: St. Lawrence University, Tufts University What are your roles at Gould? I’m a History Teacher, Ski Patrol, and Baseball Coach. Proudest Achievement: I won’t know that for awhile. Last…Read More

Creating Art in Precalculus

November 24, 2017
  There are two main goals in Honors Precalculus. Number one is to help students become sophisticated problem solvers by using a variety of mathematics in unique ways, and the second is to help students learn…Read More
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