Reflections on DEIG: an interview with Mrs. Esteves, Middle School DEIG Practitioner

By: Arjun Shah One crucial part of understanding the DEIG program is understanding what the words diversity, equity, inclusion, and global education mean. I asked Mrs. Esteves what each of these words mean to her. Mrs. Esteves explained that diversity to her means a community with “all different kinds of people.” She describes that one … Continue reading Reflections on DEIG: an interview with Mrs. Esteves, Middle School DEIG Practitioner

Pet Costume Contest

By: Hale McGivern and Alex Lev There were many amazing entries into our four-legged costume contest this year, but after serious consideration, the spark staff has come up with a winner! I would like to proudly introduce you to our middle school pets costume contest winner, None other than Claire Harris’s teddy bear dog, Rosco!!!!!! … Continue reading Pet Costume Contest

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Died At Age 87

By: Charlotte Rubins On Saturday, September 18, 2020, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the second female supreme court justice, died of complications of pancreatic cancer. Ginsburg was eighty-seven years old. She was appointed in 1993 by our forty-second president, Bill Clinton.  Both President Trump and former President Obama both issued statements about Ginsburg’s death, and called her … Continue reading Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Died At Age 87