To Blog or Not to Blog… that was the question! Well, not anymore, Yorkshire Academy is joining the world of bloggers.
What is a blog you may ask? Basically, it’s a sort of online platform to share information. The Yorkshire Insight is another tool for us to post: parent education news, student’s writings, Yorkshire parent’s expertise, or just to take a deeper look into what’s happening on and off campus.
What are the rules for our blog? Really, our hope is simply that the information we post is relevant, entertaining, and helps to convey the essence of what makes Yorkshire… Yorkshire.
Posted: April 18, 2017 | Author: Laura Decherico, Fourth Grade Science Teacher
Laura DeCherico, fourth grade science teacher, shares her life-long love of riding, training, and rescuing horses.
Posted: February 03, 2017 | Author: Dr. Shuoyang Zhang, Yorkshire Parent and Associate Professor at the University of St. Thomas
Yorkshire parent and University of St. Thomas professor shares her favorite TED talks and books on a variety of topics including creativity, social networks, and what makes a good life.
Posted: December 13, 2016 | Author: Jacqui Stanley, Fourth Grade and Art Teacher
Jacqui Stanley, fourth grade and art teacher, shares her experience diving the Flower Garden Banks National Marine Sanctuary when all corals and sponges spawn, creating an unimaginable underwater snowstorm.
Posted: November 17, 2016 | Author: Kasperi Lehtonen, Yorkshire Academy Fifth Grader
Words. Words can be so powerful, and when one knows how to use them, they can create amazing masterpieces. That’s what makes Literature Circle so exciting!
Posted: October 24, 2016 | Author: Andee Felts, Yorkshire Parent
In today’s world, trying to navigate all of our modern technological tools can sometimes make us forget how to slow down for some of the more important things. For my family, one of the most important “slow” activities is the family meal.
Posted: September 22, 2016 | Author: Yorkshire Academy
Join us in reading and discussing a book that details how character traits like grit, curiosity, persistence and self-control are the keys to success in school, college and life.