Tag Archives: Michael White

Grant Spotlight: International Language Instruction

September 16, 2019 / Catherine Nicholas / Spotlight - Grants

Sometimes it’s the little things!  The Foundation gives out numerous small grants every school year in various categories.  One of our smaller grants this year covered the cost of purchasing Motion Verbs – Without Mistakes, an illustrated manual for use by Michael White in Russian II & III classes.  International language instruction is one of the things […]

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Alumni Spotlight: Menaka Nayar (’07)

October 9, 2017 / Catherine Nicholas / Blog

Attorney Menaka Nayar (’07) loves her job.  “It’s the perfect mix of the concrete (because you have the specific realities of your client to deal with) and the abstract (every question of law involves some broader value judgment about how our society should order itself, what is fair, what is just),” she explains.  “Additionally, my work has a […]

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Alumni Spotlight: Leaf Elhai (’09)

September 4, 2017 / Catherine Nicholas / Blog

Leaf Elhai (’09) became interested in teaching while she was a student at Maggie Walker.  “I’ve always enjoyed learning, which is a good trait for a teacher to have,” she says.  “But I started seriously thinking about working in schools my senior year.”  She was a member of the legendary We The People team (coached by Mr. McGuire) and […]

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Alumni Spotlight: Tyler Gibson (’10)

July 20, 2017 / Catherine Nicholas / Blog

As an eighth grader, Tyler Gibson (’10) wasn’t sure he wanted to come to Maggie Walker, but he decided to make the leap and try it out. He ended up particularly enjoying his classes with Mrs. Williams, Mr. O’Bryan, Ms. Arnold, and Mr. White. As a senior, he had to choose between the United States […]

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