Holy Week Events for Parents

With Holy Week around the corner, Prep’s parent spirituality group has a number of opportunities available for parents wishing to connect spiritually. Holy Week programming includes: A weekly emailed Examen or meditation Palm Sunday meditation and sharing (7pm via Zoom) Tuesday of Holy Week: Stations of the Cross (7pm via Zoom) Good Friday: Prayers and…

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Hauling the Mail for Prep’s Annual Fund…

While our students and faculty are in their third week of distance learning, Prep’s administrative offices continue to operate as well.  While most staff members are working remotely, essential visits to Prep for processing the mail and paying invoices are necessary as well. Being careful to practice social distancing, Vice President for Planning & Principal Giving…

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A Peter’s Team Sticks Together

It’s no secret that Prep is like a second family to many students and alumni, and so much of what happens at Grand & Warren is possible because a similar spirit exists among the faculty and staff. Maintaining that connection while everyone is working from home can be a challenge, but the creativity and dedication…

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Checking In With the Prep Family

While students and teachers have been working to adapt the classroom experience to an online learning model, so much of what defines the Prep experience takes place beyond the classroom. This week, Prep launched a new video series, Prep Check-In, that calls upon the creativity of the Prep community to strengthen the bonds of Grand…

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A Deep Clean at Grand & Warren

With distance-learning firmly established, there have been no students (aside from those picking up items from their lockers on March 16) and very few adults on campus for nearly two weeks. Nearly all Prep business, academic and otherwise, has been conducted from home. One notable exception has been Prep’s operations team, who have been hard…

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Distance-Learning: A Primer

Prep’s students and teachers have adapted quickly and creatively to distance-learning. But to the uninitiated, the concept can be nebulous. Let’s take a closer look. Although Chromebooks and many online programs have been a part of the Prep educational experience for quite some time, the idea of converting all classes to digital format moved from…

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A “Hands-Off” Approach to Service

Although social-distancing measures aren’t exactly compatible with the type of direct service work Prep students are accustomed to performing, Campus Ministry has established a “hands-off service” program to keep this vital component of Prep life active. In response to the greater-than-ever needs of Prep’s community partner organizations for donations of food, clothing, and other items,…

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