Westridge Head of School’s Heartwarming Message of Hope to its Students Amid Coronavirus Crisis

It’s Week 2 of remote learning at Westridge School, and its Head of School Elizabeth J. McGregor had this to say to families and students. “We hope you all are staying safe and well, and continuing to be kind to one another and yourselves!” Great message from a wonderful human being! #WestridgeWithoutWalls

About Elizabeth J. McGregor

In the spring of 2009, the Board of Trustees named Elizabeth McGregor as the eleventh head of Westridge School. Before coming to Westridge, Elizabeth held a number of positions at The Buckley School in Sherman Oaks, California, including Acting Head of School, Associate Head of School, Upper School Academic Dean, English teacher and Lower School Homeroom teacher. Prior to this she taught in Connecticut, New York City, and South Africa. A native of England, Elizabeth attended an all-girls school in her final two years of high school, a formative experience in her appreciation of the benefits of a single-sex learning environment. She serves on the boards of the National Coalition of Girls’ Schools (NCGS), the California Teacher Development Collaborative (CATDC), and Partnership for Success! (PfS!) a collaboration between private and public schools in Pasadena providing summer enrichment programs for students in the Pasadena Unified School District.

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