As model learners in a school community, faculty members strive to reach their full potential by seeking new knowledge, collaborating with each other, developing skills and undergoing periodic evaluation. Consistent with the ideal that professional development is most effective when woven into the daily activities of teachers, the school has introduced new and innovative ways of weaving these processes in the faculty's daily life with programs for both new and experienced teachers. These programs supplement the moneys that are already available in department budgets for attendance at workshops and conferences
The Office of Curriculum and Professional Development is responsible to serve as a clearinghouse and to coordinate programs across the divisions. The primary goal of the Office is to help teachers to become even better by providing flexible resources for scholarship, self-improvement, and self-examination.
The information in this section of the website is designed both to highlight the importance of professional development and to provide specific details about a number of school-wide grants and fellowships.
Tina and David Bellet Teaching Excellence Award
Faculty Grants and Fellowships
Named Faculty Chairs
Social Artistry Program