What Will School Look Like This Fall? That Depends On The School
“Many other schools, like Roycemore, a small independent school in Evanston, are looking at a hybrid model that combines in-person and remote learning. They’re also considering offering online only or in-person only options based on parent preference.”
School leaders react to state reopening guidelines
“Because Roycemore is small, Odell says they can do more than what state health minimums require.”
Roycemore’s Head of School Shares Campus Re-Entry Plan
Roycemore plans to offer 3 different enrollment options this fall, along with personal learning plans individualized for each student.
Pandemic alters summer camp plans
Roycemore, which is offering its Camp Griffin and Inspiration Factory camps, will ask campers to enter through the same door each day. Lunch will take place in individual classrooms instead of the cafeteria, and campers will receive bag lunches instead of hot meals as usual.
Courtesy & photo Illustration of Emma Ruck
In-person camps prepare for a socially distant summer
Evanston’s Roycemore School has already developed a COVID-19 task force, where officials weigh parent feedback and safety guidelines to develop programming.
Water Cooler chat with Adrianne Finley Odell
Life has changed for our students during this shelter in place. In this episode of the #WaterCoolerChats, Annette Patko owner of Bordeaux Studio checked in with Adrianne Finley Odell Head of School for Roycemore. Roycemore School has come up with many creative ways to be in contact with their students. Have you seen our other ‘water cooler’ chat interviews? We enjoy checking in with our Evanston community of business owners, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to request a spot.
Roycemore Faculty “Go The Distance” with Remote Instruction
After the sudden closing of Chicago private and public schools, leaving a couple of days to plan for remote learning, Roycemore School faculty were already uniquely prepared to shift to a customized and flexible instruction style. Their transition was seamless when it began on March 17.
How Gen Z Learns
“Roycemore School in Evanston has always prided itself on personalized learning… ”
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Roycemore School lets high school students experience college
“One of the most interesting of those opportunities is Roycemore’s NU Option program. “
Roycemore’s Short Term Lets Students Study what They Love
“Students are given the opportunity to do an intensive study on a topic that is of particular interest to them. ”
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What Turns Kids Punk?
“Verböten also played basement parties, a dance at Roycemore, and a battle of the bands at New Trier overloaded with Rush cover bands.”
Not by Rote: 6 ways Schools are Moving Beyond the Test
“‘When students have (power) over their learning, it is deeper and longer lasting,’ says Adrianne Finley Odell.”
Roycemore Hosts a ‘Creative Jam’
“A tournament-style event that challenges students to prototype a software design solution for a real-world problem.”
Sara McGuire at Roycemore School
“When I started here at Roycemore, we had the annual fundraiser event. At the end of it, we did something I never have done before, a paddle raise. We start at the $5,000 level and people raise their paddles, and as we get going further down, and more and more people are raising their paddles. We get to $100 level and I look around the room and the entire faculty body that’s there is raising their paddles. It was this huge moment of, ‘I’m in a place where everyone is all in, and it was this overwhelming sense of belonging and community in that moment…’ ”
Meet Roycemore’s Head of School, Adrianne Finley Odell
“Roger Sosa our Executive Director sat down with Adrianne Finley Odell this week in an interview about the Roycemore school.”
Photo by Heidi Randhava
Kids’ Guernica, a Message of Peace at Roycemore
“Roycemore School in Evanston is among the schools that are participating in the project by creating murals on “Guernica” size canvases…”
Alumna Tatum Hunsader Featured in Kenilworth Life
“Tatum started her business, Tatum’s Sweet Treats, as a student baking in her family’s kitchen.”
Photo by Heidi Randhava
Residents Join YWCA to Take a Stand Against Racism
“At 1:45 p.m. residents voiced their support in the fight against racism with a pledge.”