This year, as one portion of our newly-developing social studies curriculum, we’re doing something extra special for our students and our community. We are finding individuals who have lived through and experienced firsthand some of our most impactful moments in history and asking them to share their stories with us. Some of the events we're … Continue reading Introducing the “I Lived It” Series
The EPIC staff has collected some of the anti-racism resources that are guiding us as we strive to better educate ourselves and our students. Read on to see our list of these books, films, and podcasts, as well as some organizations we've donated to. Click on each image for a link to learn more.
Culturally responsive teaching is at the heart of our mission to be inclusive at EPIC Academy. And while we take many steps to implicitly create a sense of belonging within our walls (such as carefully constructing lesson materials to include a variety of perspectives and representation, teaching about a diverse array of historical figures, etc), … Continue reading Teaching Students to Think Critically About Bias
Lead Support Professional Drew Lawrence speaks out on his personal experiences with police racism and the urgent need for reforms.
Our backward alphabet countdown to summer continues with a slew of new spirited theme days!
As our students wrap up their fantasy comics, Head of School Katerina Watson highlights the benefits of studying graphic novels.
Head of School Katerina Watson celebrates EPIC moms, and our students delve into fantasy writing.
Head of School Katerina Watson explains how EPIC uses the digital game Minecraft as a social-emotional learning tool.
Head of School Katerina Watson presents a new streamlined system for communicating our weekly remote schedule and curriculum. Plus, our students wrap up their poetry writing unit.
Wondering how our students are adapting to remote learning? See for yourself!