AC in the News for September and October 2016

Posted on November 2nd, 2016 by klapa


Check out AC’s recent media coverage below!

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No Bologna: Lunch Ladies and a Meal Man
Share their Favorite Holiday Recipes
November/December 2016

Laura Reynolds-Gorsuch, AC’s Food Service Director, is featured in this article highlighting local school lunch programs. In the article, Laura shares one of her favorite recipes: AC Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Cookies. Click here to see!


 

Allendale Columbia School Announces 3 New Hires
October 26th, 2016

In this article, the Brighton-Pittsford Post shares details about three of AC’s most recent hires: Angie Burch, Accounting Specialist; Margarita Chaves, Lower School World Language Teacher; and John Curatalo, Physical Education Teacher. Click here to read about these three, and stay tuned for announcements about other faculty and staff members who joined AC this year!


 

Fairport Resident Joins Allendale Columbia School
October 26th, 2016

The Fairport-East Rochester Post recently announced the appointment of Margarita Chaves as Lower School World Language Teacher. Click here to see, and check back for announcements about other faculty and staff appointments!


 

Educator Spotlight: Lessons from the Field
October 25th, 2016

AC faculty member Beth Guzzetta has been featured as Educator of the Week on the National Geographic Education Blog. The interview highlights Beth’s work as a Middle School math and science teacher and an international research educator who organizes programs that emphasize field research as well as respect for other cultures and environments. Click here to see!


Local HS Trumpet Player to March in Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade
October 23rd, 2016

John Phillips, a 10th grader at AC, will be playing in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade this November. John is the first musician from Monroe County to play in the Great American High School Marching Band as part of the parade, and just four high school students were selected from New York to march in the parade as part of the band, which has been marching for the last ten years. Click the following links to see 13WHAM’s online video coverage, 5 a.m. show coverage (clip begins at the 6:26 mark), and online story. You can also click the following links to see FOX Rochester’s online video coverage,morning show coverage (at the 15:14 mark), and online story. Finally, visit this link to see WROC’s television coverage (at the 45:23 mark).


Family Court Candidates Agree on Value of “Tough Love”
October 21st, 2016

AC alum Stacey Romeo ’87 is featured in this Democrat and Chronicle article. As highlighted by the article, she was part of a mock trial team that won a national championship in San Francisco while she was a senior at Allendale Columbia School in 1987. After receiving an undergraduate and master’s degree, she decided to pursue a career in law. Click here to see the story online!


Best Way to Fill Out A College Application
October 5th, 2016

Mick Gee, Head of School, and Kristin Merriman, College Advisor, recently appeared on Good Day Rochester to share tips for students as they apply to college. They suggest that it’s important for students to own the process and start early. Click here to see!


RBJ Fast Start: Telling the Story of Allendale Columbia
September 30th, 2016

This Rochester Business Journal Fast Start article features Courtney Dixon, AC’s Director of Marketing and Communications. In addition to her efforts to tell AC’s story to both internal and external audiences, Courtney also worked with AC’s advancement and development personnel to launch the highly successful Make Your Mark Gala, and serves as an adjunct professor at Roberts Wesleyan College. Please click here to see!


Demographic Data Show an Increase in Diversity
September 23rd, 2016

Shannon Baudo, AC’s Director of Enrollment Management and Financial Aid, is highlighted in this Rochester Business Journal article discussing enrollment trends at some local schools. In the article, Shannon shares that AC opened 2016-2017 with its highest enrollment in several years. Click here to read more!


Gee Leads School to Expand, Improve
September 9th, 2016

This Rochester Business Journal article highlights Mick Gee, Head of School. As stated in the article, since 2012 enrollment is up 26 percent, the annual fund has more than doubled, and the campus has expanded with the opening of a $250,000 Design & Innovation Lab. Please click here to read the full article!


We’re doing so many exciting and interesting things here at AC and look forward to sharing more media coverage with you in the future!

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