Joan Beauregard Endowment for Discovery & Enrichment
The Joan Beauregard Endowment for Discovery & Enrichment creates for HRS students – and the HRS community – experiences that will broaden and deepen their understanding of our world. Earnings from this endowment fund life-changing experiences involving cultural, historic, civic, artistic, and scientific thinking.
During the 2019-20 school year, HRS invited speakers and performers from a number of fields to present to HRS students.
January 30, 2020
Lida Winfield is a professor of dance at Middlebury College. She is an innovative and accomplished dancer, choreographer, spoken word artist and educator. She creates original solo, duet and group work; merging storytelling, dance and visual art. Linda Winfield Hamlin Robinson School is thrilled to announce that Winfield will visit our school as a part of the Joan Beauregard Endowment for Discovery and Enrichment. She will spend the entire day with our students and faculty in January. After sharing her story with our children, she will lead workshops with some of our middle school students as well as our teachers.
December 17, 2019
John Curley is a Seattle radio and television institution. He was the former host of King 5 TV's Evening Magazine, the highest-rated regionally produced TV show in the country, for 15 years. He has been honored with numerous regional Emmy Awards and the Edward R. Morrow Award for excellence in Journalism. John also struggled with Dyslexia and has a passion to help youth come to terms with their learning differences and using them as an asset in life. John will be presenting his story to our students to help inspire them.