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Using EDGE Design Thinking to Bring Relief to Food Deserts

In January, PDS fifth graders were asked to brainstorm answers to this question: “What do people need to survive?”

The list of responses from the boys was extensive and thoughtful. After a great deal of lively debate, each homeroom class independently came to the same conclusion: food.


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Thinkers and Tinkerers Show Off Projects at PDS Maker Faire

On April 20, PDS was introduced to the “Greatest Show and Tell on Earth” at our first ever Maker Faire, a celebration of innovation and creativity. PDS boys were encouraged to embrace the maker movement and make a project at home to showcase on this night. Whether the project involved science, engineering, art, technology, food, games, or crafts, if a boy made it, he was invited to show it off at the Maker Faire!

How Do You Build a Boy?

Weekend Reading: March 3, 2017

At Presbyterian Day School, as we endeavor to be the best we possibly can, we are constantly reading and learning about education, private schools, and educational trends in Memphis, the United States, and abroad. Here are a few recent articles we stumbled upon which are well worth a read.


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Five Reasons Why Parents Choose Private Schools (Infographic)

When it comes to education, the most important factor in parental choice is the well-being of their child. Parents are looking for a system and environment of learning that would best support their child’s learning style and strength.



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