Inside SWS

Blog_5.16.18

What’s the Purpose?

May 16, 2018

Anxious and competitive. Constantly searching for new information. Striving to do their best and fearful of failure. All-in and willing to do whatever it takes. …

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The Beginning of a Conversation

April 25, 2018

“How is it for people of color to be in our school? I don’t want to offend anyone.” “English is not my first language. I …

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Taking Up the Challenge

January 16, 2018

Defining moments in childhood — piercing, sometimes heart-wrenching memories of transformative events that shaped history — mark many of our lives and our understanding of …

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Lightening

December 12, 2017

The first Light of Advent It is the Light of stones: The Light that shines in seashells In crystals and our bones. The second Light …

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Embracing Uncertainty

November 15, 2017

“Ladies and gentlemen, please return to your seats and put on your seat belts. We expect some turbulence ahead.” As the plane begins to lurch, …

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