Spreading the word about Trinity Hall

Here is an update from Mary:

I love learning and connecting so I am enjoying the conference. I also love thinking about and planning for our school’s future.  I attended a workshop yesterday with the Disney Institute folks on “creativity and innovation.” Great learning and lots of connections for us at Trinity Hall – although I must admit we are well on our path to creativity, collaboration, shared leadership, planning and innovation.
The weather is rainy, not sunny – but not cold! I am staying in the Swan Hotel, and the conference is taking place in the Dolphin, connected by a walkway. It’s good to get out and walk between room and conference. The theme for the conference is: NAIS – let’s ignite the creative spirit in all of us
I’m meeting lots of interesting people, hearing more from John Chubb (he is really inspirational), and I am now listening to an all-girls chorus – Lake Highland Legacy Singers from Florida. They started with “Ave Maria”  and ended with “The Eye of the Tiger” – a middle school girls stage version and a  mix of songs and dance! I will try to get the  music/words from their director.  I can see the Trinity Hall Glee Club doing this piece. 
Wishing you a good day and that you could all be here!

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