In this moving tribute to his dear friend, Robert Bergman '93 reminds us that a smile and a kind word can touch people forever.
Blog Voices Archive
We asked our students: which classes, clubs, or teams made them feel like they belonged at De Smet Jesuit High School? Here's one answer to #WhyDeSmet.
Give a student a drone for Christmas and a trip to visit family (in Ghana) and watch what happens.
We asked our students: why did you choose to come to De Smet Jesuit High School? Here's one answer to #WhyDeSmet.
With one quarter left for this year's seniors, Mr. Bergman looks back over the last few years with profound gratitude.
We asked our students: how do you feel when you arrive at school each morning? Here's one answer to #WhyDeSmet.
Adapted from the Ash Wednesday 2022 homily given by Rev. Ronald R. O’Dwyer, S.J., at De Smet Jesuit.
Photo by Jacob Lorimier '22
How to make fried rice...and share it with your family! Graham Labonte '24 is this year's Iron Chef for Mrs. Tseng's Chinese classes. Enjoy his reflection AND video for this popular project!
Superheroes teacher Robert Bergman '93 reflects on Spider-Man and second chances.
Teacher and dad Robert Bergman '93 reminisces about parental hand holding and notes the importance of a student's space in a classroom.
Sports analogies abound in and about the classroom where veteran English teacher Nick Dressler '02 stresses the need for more authentic assessments in his Intrepid Ed News article.
A family of five inspired by collective enthusiasm shares why they give.
Inspired by an Arizona monsoon, Rob Bergman '93 grasps the meaning of courage and wisdom and the well-known prayer.