As the Class of 2020 heads into an uncertain future that changes before their eyes, it’s important to remember the lessons they learned along the way. These lessons will define them as they move to the next phase of their academic careers.
We miss the community that breathes life into our school every day; students laughing in the halls. teachers walking through the rows to correct work in real-time, morning announcements filled with athletic news, prayers, the Pledge of Allegiance and birthday wishes. These sounds are what make a school building come alive. This energy is what makes a building a school – and what makes us a home away from home.
Students can learn to self-advocate from the time they are in PreK. In fact, learning this skill early in life builds self-confidence, empowers decision-making, and develops a sense of ownership of an outcome, especially if they have had to struggle and even fail before succeeding.
What are the “must-haves” when you consider a school for your child? When preparing students for the future, building character and fostering independence are as important as academic rigor.
Is it possible for your student to keep learning over the holiday break? Yes it is, and here are some easy tips for how to keep them thinking while they’re busy having fun.
Parent/Teacher Conferences are around the corner. Want to know how to make your conferences as productive as possible? Here are some tips to be sure you get the most out of your time.