Articles written by: Alexis Brunelli

Academics / Opinion

Neurodiverse students aren’t benefiting from the current structure of 90-minute classes

Dana Hall introduced a new schedule this year, including new 90-minute periods. These classes were intended to benefit neurodiverse students, as these extended periods could be used for more projects and group work. Despite the good intentions for these periods, they aren’t being used in a way that benefits students.  […]


Dana Hall goes mask-optional

As of Monday, February 28, Dana Hall has dropped its mask mandate and is now mask-optional, a new policy that Katherine Bradley, Head of School, announced two weeks beforehand. Over the first two weeks of the new policy, more and more people have gone maskless. This change in policy came […]


Learning about Learning Lab

Dana Hall offers students many opportunities to get the resources they need to succeed. One of these resources, introduced six years ago, is Learning Lab. According to Ms. Kim Stewart, one of the two Upper School learning specialists, “Learning Lab is a small space for students to get help from […]


New school year brings new Covid rules

All Dana Hall students and staff are back on campus for the 2021-22 school year. While weekly Covid testing and the completion of daily reach forms are no longer required by Dana Hall, the administration continues to enforce mask wearing indoors and proper hand hygiene protocols to protect the community […]