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    Alumni Virtual Talk with Cloud Quarngesser Conrad '73


    “Normal” or Not-Normal Aging: How to Recognize the Signals of Cognitive Decline
    12:00 P.M.

    Alumni are invited to join us Thursday, July 8, at 12:00 P.M. for a virtual discussion with Cloud Quarngesser Conrad '73, a dementia caregiver trainer and mentor.

    Her company, New Street Compass, helps dementia caregivers gain knowledge, skill and emotional support. Her mission is to help caregivers transform their sense of fear, frustration, and failure into curiosity, creative problem solving, and confidence.

    Cloud recently published The Dementia Field Guide, to help caregivers navigate their journey. She is a Certified Independent Caregiver Trainer (Teepa Snow, Positive Approach to Care®), Associate Certified Coach (International Coach Federation), Virtual Dementia Tour Certified Trainer & Facilitator (Second Wind Dreams®), and  community educator and support group facilitator for the Alzheimer’s Association. Conrad also is a sought-after public speaker.

    Learn more about Cloud Quarngesser Conrad '73 and New Street Compass at
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    Alumni Virtual Talk with Carol Haislip '69

    To Shake or Not to Shake: Etiquette in the Post-Pandemic World
    Virtual Talk with Carol Campbell Haislip '69
    Join us Monday, July 19, at 12:00 P.M. as we speak with Carol Campbell Haislip ’69 on etiquette in a post-pandemic world.
    Carol Campbell Haislip ’69 is co-director of The International School of Protocol, a company that provides the highest caliber of protocol and etiquette training for businesses, educators, adults, and children. She is also a founding partner of Road To Success: Career Development Program, a company focused on helping adults and students identify their personal strengths and become workplace ready.

    Prior to establishing The International School of Protocol, Carol Haislip worked for nearly 20 years as a business executive, serving as a vice president for a major banking corporation. During that time, she managed and developed training programs for hundreds of corporate executives and employees on a wide variety of topics. She also spent a number of years in sales, marketing products to companies of all sizes. As director of The International School of Protocol, Ms. Haislip provides training in social and communication skills to enable individuals to excel in our increasingly global marketplace. In addition, she has appeared on radio and television talk shows. She holds a BA in economics from Dickinson College and a MBA from Boston University with a concentration in international business.
    Board memberships include Dickinson College, Young Victorian Theater, Campbell Foundation, and Calvert School Alumni.
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    Young Alumni DJ and Glow Night at Sky Zone

    Sky Zone Timonium
    Young alumni are invited to join their friends on Wednesday, July 21, for a fun night at Sky Zone Timonium! Reconnect with friends from Calvert while enjoying the indoor trampoline park, a live DJ, and an exciting Glow Night.

    Register today and be sure to complete this waiver, which you will need to fill out prior to the event.

    Click here to complete the Sky Zone waiver.

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Calvert School is a coed independent lower and middle school.