At a recent LiveLink program I was asked, “What is the Purpose of the History Timeline? It’s endearing and amazing to see 5 year olds reciting the Timeline, but the magic of this learning tool doesn’t fully reveal itself until our students become our graduates. … Read more
New Covenant has amended the Student Handbook regarding cell phone policy. For students in the School of Rhetoric, nothing has changed. Phones are permitted at school, but must remain in lockers during school hours. After school and on athletic travel, the phone is permitted for students in grades 9-12.… Read more
It’s become increasingly common for parents of students as young as fourth and fifth grades to provide phones for their children. While I have opinions about this matter for my family, I’m not advising you on when it’s appropriate for yours.… Read more
Part II of a series by Kyle Alexander, Athletic Director
So you want to play in college?
Previously, Athletic Director Kyle Alexander published the first in a two-part article, listing do’s and don’ts for parents of athletes who want to play at the college level.… Read more
Last week’s middle school retreat was a great success, with beautiful weather (after Thursday’s rain cleared to sunshine on Friday) and very happy students. We were joined by former parent and long-time friend of the school, Brian Donohue, who spoke to our students in four sessions, teaching into issues that challenge all kids at this age.… Read more
This is the first in a series of articles from our Athletic Director, Kyle Alexander.
Do’s and Don’ts for Middle and High School Athletes
Many young athletes dream of someday playing college athletics. There is something very natural in a young person’s desire to excel at the sport he or she loves and envision him or herself as a college athlete.… Read more