by Bernie Noe, head of school
Check out the blogs, news stories, galleries, and additional content referenced in the fall 2018 Lakeside magazine.
GSL South Africa: Student photography
Photography teacher Barry Wong designed a one-week course for his South African students, relying on older-generation iPads as both image capture device and image processing station.
Initiatives and innovations
Lakeside is committed to creating environments that support new ways of learning, thinking, and doing. Learn more about recent initiatives.
Helping students lead balanced lives on pg. 10 draws on previous work discussed in the spring 2016 article "A Broader Definition of Success."
by Helen Haley and Matthew Dobmeier, members of the Class of 2018
by Felicia Wilks, Upper School director
by Dagmawi Misgano, Class of 2018
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Calling all alumni!
It takes a village to raise a child.
For an upcoming issue of Lakeside magazine, we are looking to highlight alumni dedicated to supporting children and families — including pediatricians, therapists, researchers, people who work in adoption and foster care, child advocates, parent-support group leaders, and early-childhood educators.
If you are or know of a Lakeside alum who is an expert that families turn to when they need support, please send names and contact information to email@example.com.
Editor: Carey Quan Gelernter
Writers: Leslie Schuyler, Paula Bock, Amanda Darling, Carey Quan Gelernter, Mike Lengel
Alumni relations news: Kelly Poort
Art director: Carol Nakagawa
Photographers: Tom Reese, Clayton Christy, Paul Dudley, Lindsay Orlowski
Graphics: Lindsay Orlowski
Copy editor: Mark Watanabe
Lakeside magazine is published twice yearly, in fall and spring, by the communications office of Lakeside School. To view past issues, visit us on issuu.