As part of the School’s Living in Community (LINC) programming, students and faculty underwent extensive preparation and follow-up discussions to explore the themes and scenarios brought up by SLUT: The Play and Defamation during Fall Term.
In the fall of 2013, St. Paul’s School introduced the Living in Community (LINC) program, a comprehensive residential life curriculum built on evidenced-based public health models. LINC strives to nurture students’ healthy development and relationship-building skills by systematically building their social and emotional competencies and skills in five critical areas: self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship-building, and positive decision-making.
St. Paul’s School is internationally recognized for the quality of its academic programs, and since fall 2013, the School has been building an equally ambitious residential life program to strengthen students’ relationship-building skills and foster their healthy social and emotional development.
Chad Green, dean of students at St. Paul’s School, joined a panel of experts in November 2015 for two community-based screenings and discussions of “The Mask You Live In” and “Miss Representation,” documentary films that expose and challenge gender stereotyping in popular media. The events were hosted by The Journey’s School, an independent K-12 school that is part of the Teton Science School, based in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.