The end of the year sometimes feels a bit chaotic. MAP testing, AP exams, families packing to move away, new families visiting the school, graduation, oh my! It’s exhilarating in some ways, like running down a hill, arms pinwheeling, and the potential for a fall, but fun nonetheless. Of course, we’re all looking forward to … More Three weeks, but who’s counting . . .
Dr. Delaney Ruston – Quick Pledge update: It was wonderful having so many people sign up for our Pledge to make one tiny screen time change. I pledged not to go on my computer for work after dinner for a week. (Normally, I always have some nights screen-free but not usually seven days). As part … More Social Engineering Versus Helicoptering
Graduation is right around the corner. The ceremony will be held in Esterhazy Castle. While numbers are limited inside the building (invitation only), we invite the whole community to celebrate with us outside the Catholic church on the square (the big church). Please gather behind the church near the playground to cheer for our three … More Save the Date! June 11, 18:00
As restrictions ease and confirmed cases of COVID-19 decline, adjustments are made accordingly. Concerning travel abroad, we will now follow the guidance of the Hungarian government regarding expectations when reentering the country (quarantines, PCR tests, etc.). In other words, if you are allowed back into the country without being asked to quarantine, we will follow … More Regarding Travel
Dr. Delaney Ruston – It is the last week of Mental Health Awareness Month, and I wanted to recommend a fun game I invented to do with your family that has been given a big thumbs up by youth. It is called “Boggled by Emotions.” It can take as little as two minutes, and I … More “Boggled By Emotions”—A game for every age!
As restrictions are lifted, we will continue to adjust our approach to the pandemic based on current decrees and laws in place regarding safety precautions in schools. Beginning Tuesday, May 25, students from pre-school through 4th grade (8/9s class) will no longer be required to wear a mask in their homeroom. However, when transitioning (hallways, … More A Breath of Fresh Air
Dr. Delaney Ruston – Calling all parents, teachers, counselors, coaches, grandparents, and every other adult who cares about young people. We have a pledge we would love you to take today! The pledge is simply to commit to making one small change around a screen time habit for a specific amount of time and to … More This One Tiny Change Will Really Help Your Kids
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