Student Standouts: Brackney ’20, Kolman ’20, Mandoli ’21, Polanco ’20, Stevenson ’20, Girls Swimming in the News
Faculty Features: Federman and Ploszay
Congratulations to this week’s standouts below. Way to go #RamNation! And as always, if you have a story to share, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
5 Student Art Pieces Selected for Showcase
This month, visual artwork masterpieces created by five MICDS students will be on display as part of the Emerson Young Artists’ Showcase at the St. Louis Artists’ Guild. This juried exhibition displays all-media artwork created by high school students who live within 150 miles of the St. Louis Artists’ Guild, providing an opportunity for students to show their works of art in a professional gallery.
- Jack Brackney ’20
- Charlotte Kolman ’20
- Ava Mandoli ’21
- Sandra Polanco ’20
- Ethan Stevenson ’20
Be sure to check out the exhibit! The exhibition opens Thursday, March 7 with a reception that evening from 5:00-8:00 p.m. The exhibit runs through Saturday, March 30.
Girls Swimming and Diving Media Coverage
The Girls Swimming and Diving team appeared in an article in West Newsmagazine this week after their 2nd place finish at Class 1 State Championships. The article interviews Head Coach Kristen Witzman who shared, “We were extremely thrilled with our second-place finish as a team. That is our highest finish since I have been there (13 years) and only the third time we have gotten a team trophy since I have been there.” Witzman, who gave birth to her first child during the season, kept in touch with Assistant Coach Chris McCrary and the girls as they worked their way to State.
The article highlights Abby Wickersham ’22, Anna Scott Baur ’22, Sophie Henriksen ’22, Alex Fox ’19 and Grace Lee ’19. Read about the two Class 1 State records set by the MICDS team, the recap of State and about the individual and relay accomplishments in West Newsmagazine here.
Federman Discusses the Rise of STEM's Impact on the Liberal Arts
St. Louis Magazine interviewed History & Social Sciences Department Chair and AP United States History Teacher Carla Federman for a recent article that discusses how the rise of STEM enthusiasm is affecting the liberal arts. Read how Ms. Federman explains how the two areas of interest are vital. Also, see how she has incorporated STEM in her classroom during a Battle of Gettysburg lesson.