Want to share your story?   Here are some helpful guidelines.

What type of content are we looking for?

Do you or your child have a special memory of Town School?  Is there something that you experienced that is meaningful to your family?  How about a project, poem or story that embodies how you or your familyfeel about the School?  Have you written a letter to a teacher or faculty member that you would want to share?  A speech you have given?  A quote you overheard?  Do you have a collection of photos that exemplifies the spirit and soul of the school?

If you are an alumni, do you recall a funny event or a precious memory?  Care to share about how your experiences at Town School helped prepare you  for high school, college or beyond?

Grandparents, what stands out the most about the school when you visit?


How long does it need to be?

We can post entries that are one sentence long or stories that are a few paragraphs or longer.  We can post photos, videos or even recordings.  Think most about what you are saying rather than length.  We prefer to keep entries shorter and easily readablebut we are open to any and all submissions.


Will all submissions be posted?

We cannot say for sure.  We will be collecting stories throughout the year and will schedule posts based on the variety of content and sources.    Our goal is to showcase as many if not all that we receive.  We hope to post weekly.


Do I have to be a good writer?

No, not at all. We are happy to help you edit.


How do I submit my blog entry?

When you have your idea, please do share it with us before getting started.  We can help guide you towards a successful post.  Since all submissions need to be digital so that we can upload to the blog,  you can submit your final post via email.  If you need help scanning or converting a video or recording, please do let us know and we can help point you in the right direction.


Who do I contact?

If you are interested in sharing your love story for Town School, please email Kathy Nyrop,  Heather Elder, or Rachel Hollister  for more information.





If you are interested in sharing your love story for Town School, please email Kathy Nyrop,  Heather Elder, or Rachel Hollister  for more information.


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