|Jen Weeks '00 Presents on Technology in the Classroom|
Jen Weeks, class of 2000, returned to campus on Thursday, December 5 to present during the morning faculty and staff meeting. Dean of Faculty Mike Landroche coordinated her visit to campus after learning she was also set to attend the Christa McAuliffe Technology conference as a presenter.
|Announcing 2013-2014 Winter Livestream Schedule|
Tilton School will broadcast live 43 winter athletic contests, including varsity girls' and boys' hockey, varsity boys' and girls ice hockey and wrestling, during the 2013-14 winter season.
|Artist in Residence Program Returns to Tilton|
Art teacher and +5 Arts & Culture Coordinator Eric O’Neil ‘97 has once again coordinated the Artist in Residence program at Tilton School. This time O’Neil has brought to campus three accomplished filmmakers. Each comes with a unique expertise that will allow the students participating to learn different elements of filmmaking and assist in creating a completed movie.
|Taggart, Derda sign National Letters of Intent|
Wallingford, Vt.’s Maureen Taggart ’13 and South Burlington, Vt.’s Cassidy Derda ’13 became the newest Tilton School Rams to sign their National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, November 13.
|Varsity Girls' Soccer Advances to NEPSAC Tournament|
The varsity girls' soccer team has earned the sixth seed in the upcoming NEPSAC Class D Tournament and will travel to the number three seed Gould Academy (Bethel, ME) on Wednesday, November 13. Game time is set for 2:00 p.m.
|2013 Athletic Hall of Fame|
On Saturday, November 9 at 9:00 a.m. Tilton School will induct its newest members to the Athletic Hall of Fame. Since its inception in 1986, Tilton School has inducted 53 individuals and one team (not including this years inductees).
|Tilton School Service Trip to the Dominican Republic|
The Tilton School Service Trip the Dominican Republic will take place March 7-16, 2014. Students and chaparones will work in conjunction with Friends Around the World and the Batey Foundation, a New Hampshire based non-profit.
|John Perkins '63 Visits AP English Classes|
Mr. Moskos reports that, “‘Mr. Perkins spoke to a captivated audience about his time in the Peace Corps, in the Amazon, his experience with indigenous people on five continents, his life as an economic hitman and the important role we all play in creating a sustainable, just, peaceful world - a world our children will want to inherit.”
|Tilton School Runs for a Good Cause|
On Monday, October 14 the entire Tilton School community participated in the annual All-School Road Race. The nearly three-mile Soldiers Field loop around Tilton was filled with smiling faces and outrageous costumes beginning at 4:00 p.m. Everyone participates, but they have the option to run, walk or ride (scooters, skateboards and bikes). The race takes place in lieu of athletics and afternoon activities.