The drop-off line is intended to move a bit quicker than it has been lately. Remember, if your child isn’t able to hop out of the car quickly, please park away from the drop-off line and walk your child over. If your child won’t be in school due to illness or any other reason, please … More Three Reminders
Dr. Delaney Ruston – Let’s talk about judging others (and when I say “judging,”— I am referring to how we use the word in our society, which refers to judging negatively.) Judgment is such an intense tool of the mind — intense because it can so quickly morph into a weapon that causes excruciating pain … More When We Judge Moms About Their Children’s Mental Health…
We are more than excited to welcome back ALL students on Monday, May 10, pre-K through Secondary IV. We have been preparing for this all week, finding it hard to imagine a sense of normalcy on campus once again (with safety precautions still in place, of course). Many of our students have not been on … More All Students Return Monday!
Dr. Delaney Ruston – “Really what the research suggests is that it’s supporting the target that is more effective than punishing the bully, which tends to lead to retaliation.” — Elizabeth Englander. For this Tech Talk Tuesday, I spoke with psychologist and researcher, Elizabeth Englander Ph.D., who has been working for decades to understand and … More Truths And Myths About Cyberbullying
Spring M.A.P. testing will take place from 10 – 25 May. If your child will not be in school those days, please let us know so we can schedule a different time for them to take the assessment. What’s the MAP Test? (Measure of Academic Progress) The MAP tests are an instructional tool for teachers, meant to guide our instruction by identifying the needs and progress of each student. They are not directly related … More MAP Testing Begins Next Week
We will take pictures of our returning students on Tuesday, May 11.
Spring Break starts tomorrow! We return Monday, May 3. If the current decree holds, students 10 and older will be able to return May 10. We will monitor this closely and let you know if there are any changes. After Spring Break, we only have eight weeks remaining until summer vacation. Those weeks will fly … More Spring Break, then 8 Weeks to Summer!
When dropping off children in the morning, please do not park in the drop-off line. If you would like to walk your child to the playground or to the door of the school, please park in the other designated areas. Parking in the drop-off line slows traffic and causes more risks to children. If dropping … More Reminder: Morning Drop-off