Head of School's Corner
I write this from home in snowy Connecticut, or at least my home away from my Keystone home, just a few miles south of the Hotchkiss School where I used to work.The rural landscapes are white and wonderful. It feels strange to be away, especially as we approach the New Year, with all its accompanying joy and celebration.
As my treatment progresses, I have time to think and reflect. That’s always one beneficial outcome of recovering from sickness. I thank you all for your caring thoughts and warm sympathies. Since making the announcement about my health, I have been very aware in the past two weeks of the strength of our community. Schools like ours are resilient and embracing communities.
I have received many messages of support and wisdom, for all of which I am grateful.Here is one, from a teacher:
As I was in the Faculty meeting yesterday and listened to you speak about your health condition, I could not help recalling a sentence from Confucius, which is “The wise man has …
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