Last week, medical students from the UA School of Medicine visited Imago Dei under the aegis of the Department of Family and Community Medicine’s Med Teach program, which takes everything needed for a hands-on class in anatomy and physiology out to Tucson middle-schools. Every year, this visit gets our kids get incredibly excited about studying science. Thank you, Med Teach!
Arizona Leadership Foundation, a Phoenix school tuition organization that provides tremendous support to Imago Dei, featured an honor-roll student and all-around great guy we know in an email. Isaac is now a freshman at Saint Augustine HS, where he’s doing fantastic. Read more about this favorite IDMS alumnus here.
The Arizona Daily Star caught some of our children in action decorating the sidewalk in front of neighboring store (and valued community partner) Johnny Gibson’s Downtown Market for Valentine’s Day.
It was a scene of happy mayhem like no other, as Santa’s Helpers, Pappas Kids Schoolhouse Foundation, and our friends at Intuit brought a bountiful Christmas to our 70-plus scholars. There were even gifts for siblings and families. And, of course, Imago Dei’s very own Santa made an appearance. Enjoy!
The Seventh Grade Religion Class, led by Chaplain Susan Anderson-Smith, recently created a beautiful sacred space for the use of all IDMS scholars. The space features a number of stations where students can express their spiritual longings in a variety of creative ways. An online Prayer Portal, modeled on that of the national Episcopal Church, is one of the stations. …
Many, many thanks to Helen and Ashton Curtis, who kindly hosted the Fifth Grade’s field trip to Marana Pumpkin Patch Thursday, Oct. 27. A fantastic time was had by all. We made the annual trip in memory of our dear friend Ann Jackson, whose love for children and insistence that they have all possible fun will never be equaled. Thank …
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Imago Dei scholars, staff and several helpers spent four days last week at the Episcopal Diocese of Arizona’s beautiful Chapel Rock camp at Prescott. What a fantastic start to a new school year!
Our fifth graders spent a happy, entranced hour yesterday at Santa Theresa Tile Works – just up 6th Avenue at 6th Street – learning to make decorative tile with Santa Theresa owner Susan Gamble. Have you ever seen 11-year-olds more lost in what they’re doing?
The record rains that fell on Tucson the morning of August 9 caused water to rise to a depth of several inches in the back of the school’s Chapel. The School Leadership Team – Cameron Taylor, Kitt Bret Harte, and The Reverend Anne Sawyer – swung into action, pulling up pavers, digging a trench, and enlisting a workman with a …