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Mystery on Campus

Mystery on Campus

By Karen Mattick. A few years ago, walking the long way back to my classroom from Baker Hall, I noticed a strange growth hugging the curb in the parking lot behind Ryan Hall.  I stopped and checked it out.  What was so startling was that it looked like seaweed. I...
WSA is Breaking Through Barriers

WSA is Breaking Through Barriers

By Barrie Hillman. One of WSA’s greatest assets is its campus with 20 beautiful acres of fields, huge trees, and four charming buildings. Before March 2020, no one would have ever imagined we would not be able to use our own classrooms.  One of the most significant...
Solutions, and Other Problems

Solutions, and Other Problems

By Barrie Hillman. I have started and stopped writing a new blog post for almost six weeks now. There is so much going on in the world and in my own life that I was struggling to find focus and meaning in the words I knew wanted to come out and land on the page.  I...
Juggling with Jello

Juggling with Jello

By Barrie Hillman. I have been trying to write my school year kick-off blog post for two weeks, and, much like the last six months, writing a compelling, relevant, and upbeat blog has been like trying to juggle Jello.  The Jello represents all the things we want to...