STREETS Ministries reading program. CSGC Grant
This summer I helped STREETS Ministries with their reading program. A program that helps kids keep up with their reading levels during the summer when they are not in school or doing other academic programs.
Education in Cambodia: Peace House and Angkor Wat
In addition to providing meals, housing, and schooling, the Program Advancing Girls’ Education (PAGE) brings together 36 underprivileged girls from villages near Siem Reap City. The LHA, a community of monks who runs PAGE, has a sister program entitled “Peace Houses,” where donors support a new house for a...
Education in Cambodia: PAGE, Paving, and Pronunciation
Three summers ago, my Cambodian friend and teacher invited me to teach at several schools in her home country. Every summer since then, I’ve consistently taught English at the Program Advancing Girls’ Education (PAGE) in Siem Reap. The non-profit organization provides meals, housing, and schooling to 36 girls–whom, without...
“Intro To Java” Boot Camp-CSGC Grant
This summer I taught an “Intro To Java” boot camp at the government-run All-Age School in Dunmore Town, North Eleuthera, Bahamas.
Appreciating Nature through Forest Bathing – CSGC Grant
This summer, I am working to promote “Appreciating Nature through Forest Bathing,” a CSGC grant, to introduce a new method of dealing with stress that encourages mindful technology use.
Second Helpings CSGC Grant
After completing my first two official weeks at Second Helpings, there are many things I have discovered that have impressed me and peaked my interest even more. One of these is the attention to detail that the people in the kitchen exhibit. From changing gloves after each new job...
Athletics, Academics, and Assimilation – CSGC Grant
With this year’s CSGC summer grant, I have embarked on my project “Athletics, Academics, and Assimilation.”
France #19: Final Reflections (Part 2)
Jarod Harrington ’20: As our time in France is winding down, Mr. Taft assigned us to groups in order to reflect on our experiences during our time here. We were tasked with finding a café or any place that would allow us to sit down and have meaningful discourse...
France #18: Final Reflections (Part 1)
As the France trip comes to a close, students reflect on their experiences visiting Paris, Normandy, and living in Tours with a host family, they compare the differences and similarities between Deerfield and Tours, and share what they have learned during their time in France.
France #17: Tours, France
Nick Fluty '20 recounts an afternoon of free time exploration through the city of Tours.