EPS Inspire Magazine
Eastside Prep publishes our community Magazine, Inspire, twice each year. The magazine provides valuable news and information for and about our families, alumni, students, faculty and staff.
When a community is a community, it takes a lot more than a planetary pandemic to prevent it from thriving.
– Terry Macaluso, PhD
Beginnings is the theme for the fall 2021 issue of Inspire magazine. While this marks the school’s nineteenth anniversary, so much of what we are experiencing feels brand new due to so much time away from campus. Never willing to miss an opportunity to learn from new experiences, this issue is full of ideas discovered in the midst of the pandemic that will be carried forward at EPS.
The fall issue of Inspire magazine focuses on adaptability. Articles from both faculty and parents highlight not only the adaptability required to pivot from in-person learning to EPSRemote in the prior spring, but also the many ways EPS as adapted in it’s eighteen years. From articles on ways our community supported each other through the initial months of the COVID-19 outbreak to insights on how specific programs adjusted to meet changing needs and circumstances, this issue is sure to inspire.
The spring 2020 issue of Inspire highlights the many ways that the EPS vision, Inspire students to create a better world, is alive in the halls of our school. Faculty and students provide insight into the ways they see that vision lived out each day.
Fall of 2019 brought a formalization and structure to Eastside Prep’s student well-being efforts. In this issue, the office of student well-being is presented along with articles on other areas of the EPS program and curriculum where well-being is stressed.
The topic of intent is explored in the spring 2019 issue of Inspire. As Dr. Macaluso pointed out, the articles in this issue, “describe the exploration of the EPS landscape, the aim is to consider the ‘why’ of things.”