The Middle School swim program focuses on working on becoming proficient in all four strokes as well as their starts and turns. This program is a great opportunity for both athletes who are veteran swimmers as well as those that are new to the sport. The team has a great sense of camaraderie and sportsmanship.
- Opponent Home/Away Date Time Location Result
- Away Jan 18 3:30 pm Foote School —
- Rectory School Away Feb 01 3:15 pm Rectory School —
- Hamden Hall Country Day School Away Feb 08 4:00 pm Hamden Hall Country Day School —
- Hopkins School Away Feb 22 3:30 pm Hopkins School —
- # Name Hometown
Davidson College, B.A.; Texas A & M University, MEd[email protected] 860-233-9631 X3307
Intelligent, hard-working, and student-focused, Kelly Anstead has an amazing teaching background in a variety of environments, ranging from independent schools throughout the U.S. to time in the Peace Corps as a health educator in Guatemala. She firmly believes that diversity of perspective and experience is the hallmark of a superior education and fosters an inclusive and healthy community. She seeks to introduce interdisciplinary experiences in her classroom to make the lessons and materials come to life so that “students can in fact see the bigger picture, ask their own questions, build their own puzzles, conquer their own problems, and chart their own paths.”
Middle School Math
University of Connecticut, B.A., M.A.[email protected] 860-233-9631 X3145
Ms. Chantharasouk has taught intermediate math, pre-algebra, algebra readiness, and algebra for grades 6 – 8. She fosters students’ commitment to lifelong learning by connecting course materials to broader themes and current events. An enthusiastic educator, she helps students develop and achieve their fullest potential as well as become real-world problem solvers.