• Featured Faculty - Eva May Luse

    Posted: Mar 06, 2017
    We have a new faculty profile to feature this week!

    Eva May Luse dedicated her life to education, eventually leading both the Laboratory School and the Department of Teaching from 1919 until her retirement in 1940. 

    You can read the fascinating biography of Dr. Luse on her profile page: Dr. Eva May Luse
  • Featured Memory - The Little Cottage on the College Campus

    Posted: Feb 20, 2017
    It's Memory Monday!

    Our featured memory was submitted by Randy Fossum in April of 2014.

    From the class of 1960, Randy entitled his recollections:

    "The Little Cottage on the College Campus or Even the Kindergarten Teacher was a Ph.D." 

    and shares his many fond remembrances of the lab school, the interaction between the school and those in the college, and the many influential faculty members that made the lab school what it was.

    You can read Randy's memory here

    We need your memories!

    As we work to collect and curate the history of the lab school we need your help. 

    Please visit the Our Memories page of the website and share your stories. Maybe you'll be the next Featured Monday Memory!

    Posted: Feb 06, 2017
    Today's featured Monday Memory was first submitted by John Tarr in June of 2013.

    A member of the MPLS Mathematics Department from 1961-1998 and serving as acting director for one year, his shared memories give us a wonderful look at our school from a faculty perspective.

    You can read the original shared memory here: MPLS - by John Tarr

    Then be sure to visit Our Memories and share your recollections.

    We want to hear from you!
  • Featured Memory - "My Lab School Remembrance"

    Posted: Jan 23, 2017
    Our featured memory for this Monday was submitted by Jim Brewer in 2013.

    Jim writes of what he saw as the singular uniqueness of Price Lab School, defined by the firmly held precepts embodied by the leadership: mutual respect for everyone in the community; the freedom to express and defend a viewpoint; and the belief that each person had the innate ability – and right - to develop according to their own goals.  

    You can read the entire memory shared by Jim here: "My Lab School Remembrance"

    We hope it will spark fond memories of your own and that you'll take a few minutes to share those with us on the "Our Memories"page at PriceLabHistory.org

    We'd love to hear from you!

  • Featured Memory - Monday, January 9, 2017

    Posted: Jan 09, 2017
    Today's feature is this memory shared with Price Lab History on December 1, 2013

    "Mrs. Albrecht's Memories" touches on the unique nature of a K-12 building and the special place that Price Lab was to so many of us.

    Our thanks to Mrs. Myrtle Albrecht for sharing her memories with us. You can read even more shared memories on the "Our Memories" page of pricelabhistory.org

    We hope that after you've read other's memories you'll take a few minutes to share yours. We'd love to hear from you!

  • Featured Faculty/Administration - Ross A. Nielsen

    Posted: Dec 26, 2016
    “If you are looking for excellence, you will find it here. If you are looking for challenge, you will find it here. If you are looking for opportunity, you will find it here. If you are looking for commitment, you will find it here, too.”
    -- Ross A. Nielsen

    These words, by which Ross so well captured the spirit and culture of the lab school, could just as easily be used to describe Ross himself. A tireless advocate for students and educators alike, we are pleased to share our full profile of Ross A. Nielsen as this week's featured faculty/administration. 

    Malcolm Price Laboratory School Director, Ross A. Nielsen, circa 1985

                  Ross A. Nielsen

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