29th September 2010
Beginning September 27 NBC News launched its first annual “Education Nation” week, a nationally broadcast in-depth conversation about improving education in America, beginning with a commentary from President Barack Obama. “Education Nation” will include more than 300 big thinkers in government, politics, business and technology to tackle the challenges in education and highlight exciting opportunities and big ideas in education reform.
The goal of “Education Nation” is to provide clear information on how schools are performing, reimagine what education in America can be, build on national momentum within the policy and reform communities, and inspire changes that enable our nation to prepare a skilled workforce to meet the demands of the future. The Malvern School is proud to support this effort.
22nd September 2010
Kristen Waterfield, President of The Malvern School, presented to Liz Scott of Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation a “Big Check” in the amount of $30,033.34 raised from donations collected at each of the 20 Malvern School locations during their annual Alex’s Lemonade Stand Day held In July. The Lionville School was brightly decorated with the children showing support by wearing bright yellow t-shirts. In the past three years, The Malvern School Lemonade Day has raised more than $69,000 in contributions for the ALSF.
CBS 3 news coverage