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The Park School: A Pre-K-12 co-educational independent day school in Baltimore, Maryland
Park Habitat and Build-A-Block on WBAL-TV
19 Park Students Recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation
It all begins in Kindergarten
Video: Reading and writing at Park
Former faculty member Dr. Lou Rosenblatt Publishes Book about Teaching Science
Park Habitat Recognized by the Maryland Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals
Award ceremony coincides with the beginning of Park Habitat's Build-A-Block effort
The New York Times and the The Wall Street Journal Review Adam Gidwitz '00 New Book A Tale Dark and Grimm
Publisher's Weekly names it a Best Children's Book of 2010.
Park's Stream Restoration in The Baltimore Sun
Book by Ruth Halikman Franklin '91 Reviewed in The Wall Street Journal
A Thousand Darknesses is a ..."superb study of Holocaust literature."
Faculty News: Updated November 17
Librarian Laura Amy Schlitz's book The Night Fairy named one of "The 20 Best Children's Books of 2010" by Parents Magazine. .
Alumni News--Updated November 23
Rabbi Nina Beth Cardin '71 profiled in Jewish Woman Magazine
Park Teachers in Demand at National and Regional Conferences
It's Good to be Ruthful: Director of Development Roger Seidenman '85 blogs
A stimulating evening of presentations and conversation about faculty professional endeavors during summer 2010 in the Arts, Cognitive Development, Curriculum Development, Diversity Global Perspectives and Outreach; Social, Emotional, and Ethical Learning; and Sustainability.
Learn more about Park: Tours with Principals, December 3
Made Over in America Screening: December 3
Scholastic Book Fair: November 30, December 1, 2
Holiday Craft Fair: Thursday, December 2
Seasonal Cooking with Chef Fredrick A. Parmenter--December 13
Anders Hulleberg '07 NCAA Cross Country Division III Champion
Free Basketball Clinic for Students in Grades 2-5
Two Upper School Students Named Scholar-Athletes
Senior Alex Elias--Swimming
Sophomore Ashley Suan--Squash
Basketball, Squash, and Indoor Soccer and Field Hockey
Check out the schedules and cheer the Bruins on during the winter sports season.