Over 50 runners and walkers, and more than $1,100 raised with same day registrations. We celebrated James Foley's life and supported the critical work of the James W. Foley Foundation in its efforts to protect press freedom, advocate for American hostages held abroad, foster global citizenship and honor Jim's legacy of moral courage. So proud to be a part of this community that shows up time and again to make the world a better place.
Kingswood Students Discuss Hostage Advocacy with John and Diane Foley.
Kingswood students from the Social Studies Department course, Global Citizenship - The James Foley Legacy Curriculum, had the opportunity this week to meet with and discuss hostage advocacy and James Foley's ('92) legacy of global citizenship and moral courage with his parents, John and Diane Foley. The Foley's shared memories of Jim and encouraged young people to get out and make a difference in the world.
Kingswood Graduate, James Foley was a conflict journalist who brought democratic freedoms to places in the world where citizens do not have a voice. James was tragically killed by ISIS in 2014, but his legacy lives one here at Kingswood. Today is James Foley's birthday. Happy Birthday, Jim! Tomorrow is the James Foley Freedom Run in Rochester that raises money for the James W. Foley Foundation, created by his mother Diane. Come celebrate his life and memory with Kingswood tomorrow in Rochester.
Winter Weather Procedures
A message from the Superintendent of Schools Dear Parents, Before the winter weather is upon us I want to remind you of the procedures we use to make the decision to either hold or cancel school. Please remember the final decision as to whether or not children come to school is up to parents. readmore
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