On Monday, September 24th, Mr. Zemsky met with all of our Lower School students to share Moravian Academy’s vision of the “Culture of Curiosity.” To prepare for this special assembly, our homeroom teachers used the power of the community circle to help our students reflect on all the things they may be curious about learning. To launch this special assembly, Mr. Zemsky shared the information collected from those community circles. Our students revealed a curiosity for animals, languages, sports, math, science, social dynamics, the universe, and so many more categories that simply can’t all be listed in this one post. Throughout the assembly, Mr. Zemsky helped our students to see that curiosity begins with each of us through the things that we wonder. He further shared how Moravian Academy is here to help each student explore those curiosities as they emerge. This helped to explain our four focus areas (mission skills, personal learning, collaboration, and sustaining connections) in the simplest manner to our youngest students all the way up to our fifth graders. Every student left with excitement and a wonderful “cu·ri·os·i·ty” t-shirt to wear!
Watch Mr. Zemsky present our school’s new strategic vision, A CULTURE of CURIOSITY, to Lower School students.