Dr. Rob Klevan returned last fall to lead the instrumental music program at Stevenson’s upper-division for the year. Rob taught at Stevenson from 1977 to 2004, holding several positions including the chair of the arts department. He brought his exceptional teaching skills and wit and humor to his role this year, and the program thrived under his mentorship. Rob swiftly adapted to the remote instruction model, producing this incredible arrangement of “Imagine” by John Lennon with his students. Watch at https://youtu.be/BmsdiuTHJ1U Thank you, Rob, for returning for the year and once again, sharing your talent and gifts with RLS students.
Sue Denny - 23 Years Sue Denny announced this spring that this current academic year would be her final one at Stevenson. We shared Sue’s retirement announcement (written by Aimée Bates, associate head of the upper division and Sue's longtime colleague) in May; if you missed it, you can read it here. Following the announcement, several alumni sent messages of support and thanks to Sue for her contributions to their time at Stevenson. “Read More” for a few excerpts that capture the impact Ms. Denny had on so many. “Sue is so kind, has such a great sense of humor, solves problems with curiosity and thoroughness, and is an amazing friend. I am so grateful for the chance to work with her as her co-leader. She cares deeply about her students, colleagues, and friends and family. That care shows up in how present she is with whoever is lucky [...]