Four new members beginning two-year terms on Eastern Mennonite School’s Board of Directors bring diversity of denomination, life experience, and race. “I am grateful these four are willing to serve at this time in the institution’s history,” says Jeff Shank ‘90, chairperson of the Board. “Our school will be strengthened by voices that more closely represent our student body and local community. We have ongoing work to do in this area, but this is a step in the right direction.” The new members
By MEGAN WILLIAMSDaily News-Record 1/29/20 Eastern Mennonite School’s elementary program has been waiting 15 years for a space to call its own. And not just any space. Instead of a space to learn in, school officials who have been planning for this for years wanted to create a “learning space.”On Tuesday, the new elementary school building, which has its own unique history, was dedicated with a ribbon- cutting ceremony attended by former students, teachers, principals, and current employees and families.