PikeHub for the week ending 10/11/19.
In Middle School, we support children in their practice of utilizing a growth mindset. This allows all students to better understand themselves as unique learners, while reinforcing the idea that embracing challenges and learning from our mistakes leads to deeper understanding.Adam Dalicandro, 4th Grade Teacher
Seventh Grade history students explore stories of growth, power and struggle. They find their voices in class discussions and learn about others who used their own voices to make change in the world. Our students will have the opportunity to make the world a better place, I hope that this course plays a role in helping them be more compassionate and informed.Mary Machado, 7th Grade History Teacher
Pike students are one of a kind and they make finding and choosing joy in the workplace so easy. I am truly honored to work with the best and brightest our future has to offer.Lauri Perez, Upper School Spanish Teacher
I have been lucky to experience Pike as a student, a teacher, and also a parent. For me, Pike has always been a community that is welcoming, nurturing, and inspiring. It truly exudes positive energy that can be felt from all perspectives.Hilary Munroe, Pre-Kindergarten Teacher
The students at Pike are exceptional, compassionate, and wonderful human beings. It is a pleasure to make music with these young people every day.
Emeric Viani, Lower and Middle School Music
As a teacher at Pike, I value the opportunity to explore a rich curriculum, from the science behind simple machines to the cultural traditions of México. I value the opportunity to create a community where I know the unique identities and passions of the children in my space. Teaching second grade isn't the most important thing I do — teaching children is. Julia Alexander, Grade 2 Teacher
of our students identify as students of color
of our faculty hold at least one Master’s Degree
woodland acres including a 1.5 mile nature trail running along the campus
average years teachers have taught at Pike
communities in Massachusetts and New Hampshire
average amount of financial aid awarded this year
of our Upper School students play at least one sport
gallons of food waste composted by Pike each year
For our fall meeting, we will be discussing The Opposite of Spoiled by Ron Lieber.
This past June, ten Pike students competed at The National Speech and Debate Association National Tournament in Dallas, Texas.