U.S. Representative Emanuel Cleaver recognized a pair of Barstow artists and their teacher at a reception for the Congressional Art Competition, held at the downtown Kansas City Library on Saturday, April 15.
Angela Guldin’s upper school students reenact ancient trade markets, write children’s history books and produce documentaries about subjects as varied as women’s rights in Liberia to the history of chess. She motivates them, challenges them and inspires them. Now, Guldin’s creative teaching methods—and her impact on students and colleagues—have earned her the 2017 Betsi Brooks Krumm Faculty Award.
Grade 6 students visited space, via the Kansas Cosmosphere, in Hutchinson April 20-21. The NASA resource center offers students an opportunity to apply their STEM skills (science, technology, engineering and math) during two days of intensive activity.