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NCAIS Educator's Conference Coming to Greensboro Day School

Greensboro Day School is pleased to host the annual NCAIS Educator's Conference on Friday, October 26. We look forward to welcoming approximately 700 independent school educators from around the state to our campus.

Additionally, several Greensboro Day School teachers and staff members will present or serve on discussion panels including Crissy Anderson, Suzanne Billips, Ninoshka Boylston, Michelle Bostian, Estelle Bowden, Christine Brennan, Ken Field, Kathy Gillespie, Gillian Goodman, Jill Hare, Laura Hines, Holly Hofbauer ’92, Melissa Lehman, Brittany Lutzweiller, Marie MacKay, Amanda McLaughlin ’97, Clarissa Marshall, Randy Mintz, Sarah Rose Mostafa ’06, Anne Pinkelton ’78, Dana Smith, Emilee Transou, Ruthie Tutterow, and Tiana Walden (former faculty).

For the first time, several students will also be a part of one of the presentations. Students will join Christine Brennan and Holly Hofbauer to present on the topic of "How Young Minds Transformed a Mock Election into a School-Wide Service Learning Opportunity with Global Impact." Lindsey Gunther '25, Lucie Noone '25Roshan Sood '26, Tilly Hamer '27, Maddy Davis '26, Libby Davis '26, Zachary Green '25 and Ryan Talbot '25 will be a part of the presentation.

For more information about the conference, visit ncais.org/2018-AC.

Greensboro Day School develops the intellectual, ethical, and interpersonal foundations students need to become constructive contributors to the world.