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Clapham Blog

Miss Richmann's Return: An Alumna Who Returned as a Teacher's Aide

Editor's Note: We have been so excited to have one of our former students return during a  break from college to serve as a Teacher's Aide here at Clapham School. I taught Betsy Richmann when she was in Class Seven. Imagine how thoroughly...

Ushering in 2021 — A New Year of Hope and Expectation

Saying goodbye is almost always difficult — and often comes with tears and regrets.  Saying goodbye, knowing you will never return to the same place, the same moment, perhaps the same people, can be heart wrenching and unbearable.  But in saying...

Meet Miss Nelson, Class Three Teacher at Clapham School

This summer Clapham School welcomes a new face to the faculty. Even though Miss Nelson started teaching at Clapham last Spring, we want to give our new C3 teacher a warm welcome. Whether you've already met her, or she's a new face for you, this...

Meet Mr. Whiteman, the New Science Teacher at Clapham School

This summer Clapham School welcomes a new face to the faculty. Recruiting a strong science teacher was a top priority for the administrative team. There is a lot of excitement about Mr. Whiteman. Learn more about our new science teacher for the...

3 Ways to Develop Trust with Your Child’s Teacher

 

The first day of school is a big deal. This is the day you choose to entrust your most precious treasures with another adult, called teacher. This is the day you drive away thinking, “Will they be okay?” I’ve been there as a parent and...

Q & A with Beth Kleitsch and Nathan LeMahieu

The school year is in full swing and the students are settling into their new routine. As a parent you may have touched base with your student's teacher but you may also have seen an unfamiliar face or two on the faculty. We caught up with two of...