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Decorated Athlete Sara Watchorn '99 Raises Swim Team's Profile through a Supportive, Holistic Coaching Style
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Swim Coach and Rowland Hall alumna Sara Watchorn '99 is well known among her student-athletes for her caring, personal approach to each swimmer, and her ability to analyze and fine tune technique. Swimmers say her focus on the balance of athletic ability and healthy lifestyle helps each of them achieve excellence in all that they do.

Lifetime Benefits Gained by Being a Rowmarker
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Beep...beep...beep...beep...even over winter break, alarm clocks flash at 5 am to wake Rowmark skiers for another day of training. The team bus leaves at 5:45 am on early morning training days, shuttling Rowmarkers to Park City so they can be on the ski lift by 7 am.

Lower School Principal Awarded Fellowship for Collaborative Innovation
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
This past spring, the Northwest Association of Independent Schools awarded the 2016-2017 Fellowship for Collaborative Innovation to Rowland Hall Lower School Principal Jij de Jesus and his cohort of four other young leaders.

Positive Self-Identity and Cultural Curiosity Curriculum Start in the Beginning School
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Since January, Beginning School families have joined forces to literally map out their diversity. The school's curriculum has two community-building goals: "I belong to a community" and "I contribute to my community." Helping these students know who they are and how they fit in is essential to their development.

Rhoda Sparrow, Mother of Head of School Alan Sparrow, Passes Away After 15 Years of Beloved '3 Little Pigs' Storytelling Tradition
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
"And your old granny can sit on a pin!" This unlikely line from "The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs," a humorous retelling of the classic fable, spurred a treasured tradition shared by Rowland Hall Head of School Alan Sparrow, his late mother Rhoda Sparrow, the class of 2013, and most third, fourth, and fifth graders since 2003.

Senior Wins National Computing Award for Young Women
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
As a child, senior Marguerite Tate loved watching the science-focused TV series "Nova" and assembling puzzles, Legos, and K'nex. She's since graduated to coding webpages, working with Arduino robots, and assembling a 3D printer. Now, her ever-evolving technological curiosity and proficiency has been recognized on a national level.

The Strategic Plan: The Halfway Point
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
In the spring of 2014, Rowland Hall announced its ambitious, student-centered five-year Strategic Plan with three goals: (1) enhance the student learning experience; (2) provide the best math and science programs in the Intermountain West; and (3) develop the business and enrollment model for the future. Now, the school has reached the plan's halfway point and continues to share and assess its impact.

Who's New At Rowland Hall: Marianne Jenkins, Gail Rose, and Trina Empey
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
One day on her way to work as a clinic administrator, Marianne Jenkins was listening to an NPR story about the need for quality school teachers. "By the time I reached the clinic, I had decided to change careers," she said.

'Wired' for Creativity
Tuesday, February 28, 2017
This year Rowland Hall's dance concert, titled "Wired," brought together dance, film, and live music to explore the burgeoning world of brain science. The artistic efforts of over 100 middle and upper schoolers brought "Wired" to the stage.

Gearing up for the Great Gala: RSVP Today!
Thursday, February 02, 2017
We hope to see you Saturday, March 4, at Rowland Hall's biennial auction! RSVP to Lindsay Young at 801-924-2983 or Head to Pizza Studio in Foothill Village 5 to 9 pm Wednesday, February 15, mention Rowland Hall, and 25% of the proceeds will be donated back to the school. Alumna Ashley Rothwell-Campagna, owner of Apt. 202 Boutique (, has stocked her store with '20s garb, and 15% of your purchase on '20s dresses and accessories will be donated back to Rowland Hall. We're looking for volunteers for Friday, March 3, to help set up the auction. If you're interested, email Volunteer Coordinators Robin Rollins at or Carter Lowrance at

Holiday Meal Giveaway for Utah Families in Need
Friday, December 23, 2016

Hearts and Minds: Empathy
Friday, December 02, 2016
Director of Ethical Education Ryan Hoglund and Director of Curriculum and Instruction Wendell Thomas reflect on why empathy matters for community and learning. It's a critical sensitivity and learned skill we must coach in our children for their own success and happiness, and for the success and happiness of those they will lead and support throughout their lives.

Refugee Giving Opportunities for Candle and Carol
Thursday, December 01, 2016
This year, Rowland Hall will be supporting refugees in our community by focusing our tradition of giving—to a family's level of comfort—around Candle and Carol with the following organizations: International Rescue Committee, Choice Humanitarian, Heartland/Sunnyvale Community Centers, Utah Tibetan Association, Because He Loved Us, and Women of the World. Click through to read more information about specific needs.

Celebrate the Season with Song: Candle and Carol Services
Tuesday, November 29, 2016
This year, Candle and Carol services will be held during the school day. The Middle School Candle and Carol service will be held at the Lincoln Street Campus in the Larimer Center on December 16 at 8:30 am. The Upper School Candle and Carol service will be held at the Lincoln Street Campus in the Larimer Center on December 9 from 9:15-10 am. Our entire school community is invited to join in the family caroling that takes place at the McCarthey Campus in St. Margaret's Chapel on December 7 at 6:30 pm. Additionally, we invite you to join us in support of refugees in our community. Please read more for details. We look forward to celebrating the season together.

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