Steward School Athletic Turf and Field Manager Mark Roberts has made Steward history. The school has won "Field of the Year" in the school/parks and recreation category from the Sports Turf Managers Association (STMA) for its baseball field. The award is a first of its kind for Steward, and it is the result of Roberts’ work in maintaining the field. Roberts accepted the award on Steward’s behalf at an awards presentation in January.
Roberts was honored for his achievement prior to Steward’s home varsity baseball game March 22.
Roberts said that the award “should bring a fair amount of attention to Steward, and that’s why I do it.”
Eighth-grade girls in Meredith McGuire’s health class at The Steward School enjoyed a hands-on lesson in early child development during a Jan. 17 class in the school's Bryan Innovation Lab.
McGuire recruited local pediatrician and Steward board member Dr. Charles Terry, who with the help of several babies and toddlers and their parents has led a series of lessons on human development.
Starting out as one of five Steward Lower School teams competing at the Destination ImagiNation (DI) regional tournament in Richmond, a group of Steward fourth and fifth graders is now the only Richmond team going global.
Having placed first in the improvisational “News to Me” category at the regional level, the team represented Steward at the state tournament March 31. The team earned highest honors in its “News to Me” skill challenge category there, which led the way to a wildcard bid to global competition slated for May 23-26 in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Under the leadership of parents and team managers Sydney Smith and Kris Leverty, the team consists of fourth graders Dabney Leverty, Callen Smith, Channing Haas and James Cox, and fifth grader Katie Jobe.
By Patty Kruszewski, Henrico Citizen Managing Editor 1295537764 CommunityEducationPrivate SchoolsSteward School
A budding filmmaker from Henrico has earned a trip to Los Angeles this summer, thanks to a passion for mountain biking, a talent for video production, a chance online discovery – and a bone-jarring bike crash provided by a friend.
Seventeen-year-old Boyd Chambliss beat out entrants from around the country to take top honors in the Quench X X-Treme Sports Video Contest with his submission of a mountain bike jump performed by his neighbor, Ian Rowland.
The Steward School recently earned a $50,000 matching challenge grant from The Edward E. Ford Foundation to fund a "Visiting Scientists Program" for the forthcoming Bryan Center for Science and Sustainability.
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