That gives children the confidence and motivation to achieve and avoids breeding the hostility toward the system that sometimes leads to violence. By Hyde Founder Joseph W. Gauld Originally published by the Press Herald in Maine Voices There have been at least 239 school shootings in the United States since Sandy Hook in 2012, according to the… Read more »
Sometimes, it’s hard to get into the mindset best-suited for optimum studying. With countless tutorials on the internet, with thousands of ways ‘guaranteed’ to shoot you to the top of your game, it can be overwhelming trying to decide what will work best for you. In the end, remember that it’s important to do what… Read more »
By Brenden Lutes ’18 Lo Fi music is used by students all across the world to help them study, workout, and focus. The acronym LO-FI, according to its creator Eric Mathews, stands for “low fidelity.” This is a type of sound recording that contains technical flaws that make the recording sound differently compared to the… Read more »
… A few bits and pieces about coaching
The 2018 lacrosse team is Hyde’s 50th. I played on the 1st one back in 1969. We played with one-piece wood battle axes, laced with leather & catgut. These kids today play with all-synthetic space age wands. We practiced on the muddy Front Lawn (sometimes using the Umbrella Tree as a pick), often drawing stares,… Read more »
It’s official: The Hyde Robotics Team is a thing.
It is your thoughts and not events (e.g., a nasty Facebook post) that actually creates your mood.
Don’t be “That Parent”…
“Every school has a culture by default or design.”