Princeton Day School was honored to welcome Nelson Graves, the founder of the news website News-Decoder to campus to meet with students in US history teacher Maria Shepard's AP Human Geography class. News-Decoder is a non-profit news service and global forum for millennials, according to their website, and this visit was the last of a five-school tour by Mr. Graves.
Princeton Day School is one of thirteen international academic institutions that have joined News-Decoder as founding members of a global community of young people eager to learn about the world around them. According to the website, these founding member schools are helping to further News-Decoder's goal "to build a borderless community of young people who learn from each other and from experts in an environment of mutual trust and respect."
Mr. Graves met with the school's two student ambassadors, Megha Thomas '20 and Rahul Bhandaru '19, and members of the student steering committee responsible for promoting awareness of News-Decoder among students and faculty. In addition, Mr. Graves met with History Department Chair Howard Powers, US history teacher Christian Rhodes, US history teacher and technology coordinator Lauren Ledley, and Librarians Sheila Goeke and Amy Matlack. Photo courtesy of Mr. Graves.