Bishop Seabury Academy

Fall 2022 Newsletter

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4120 Clinton Parkway Lawrence, KS 66047 Address Service Requested Bishop Seabury A C A D E M Y Meet the New Staff A PUBLICATION FOR ALUMNI, PARENTS, AND FRIENDS OF BISHOP SEABURY ACADEMY Haley Bajorek History and Debate Ms. Bajorek graduated from KU with dual master's degrees in African and African American studies and museum studies. She's been teaching, researching, and creating digital content for the Interdisciplinary Digital Research for the Humanities, where she was a digital storytelling fellow. Lisa Leroux-Smith Director of Admissions Ms. Leroux-Smith joined Seabury as the Director of Admissions. Before Seabury, she worked 25 years as an administrator and faculty member at the KU School of Business. Amanda Lovett English Ms. Lovett is teaching sixth grade language arts and ELL classes. Before coming to Seabury, she taught in Lawrence Public Schools for 17 years. Erin McCraney Digital Design Mx. McCraney graduated from the University of Kansas with a major in illustration and animation and a minor in film/media studies. They are teaching digital design classes to Seabury's upper school students. Lawrence Meier Science Before Mr. Meier came to Seabury, he was a science teacher at De Soto High School, and both of his parents were teachers as well; his dad is Mr. Don Meier, who recently retired from BSA. Robert Page DEI Coordinator Mr. Page is not only Seabury's DEI coordinator and a parent of a junior at BSA, he is also CEO of a higher education consultant firm. Julie Pearce Technology and Computer Science Prior to Seabury, Ms. Pearce had been teaching in Montana and enjoyed learning about other cultures there. She is teaching robotics and computer programming. Wyatt Williams Strength and Conditioning Mr. Williams joined Seabury after receiving his B.S. in exercise and rehabilitation science from Washburn University. He is also a performance coach at Evolution Athletics. T he Bishop Seabury Association of Parents supports school life by fostering strong relationships among the school, parents, teachers, and staff by offering opportunities for engagement. Service is a deeply embedded part of the school's culture and, as parents, we believe that we have a responsibility to be role models for our children by actively supporting our school community. There are two main ways to get involved with BSAP: volunteering on a committee or contributing to the BSAP fund. VOLUNTEERING BSAP is comprised of committees that help bring to fruition over 20 events and programs that we organize and host throughout the school year. We rely on parent support to make these happen. All parents/guardians are automatically members of BSAP, and we welcome and encourage everyone to get involved, weigh in, and be a part of everything we do. FINANCIAL SUPPORT BSAP is predominantly funded through our grocery gift card program. This program allows you to support BSAP and its efforts by purchasing monthly gift cards to your favorite local grocery stores. Grocery gift card orders can be placed online through and by going to the BSAP page. OTHER FUNDING SOURCES • Dillons Community Rewards program: Select Bishop Seabury as the "recipient" on your Dillons Community Rewards program. • AmazonSmile: Designate Bishop Seabury as your recipient for AmazonSmile rewards. Supporting Seabury as a parent means being meaningfully involved in your child's life. You'll get to know other parents, students, faculty, and staff, and you will create lasting relationships, build community, and contribute to a thriving school environment. For more information about BSAP, email BSAP President Julie Smith at How You Can Support BSap

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