National Association for the Education of Young Children conference offered homeroom teachers and specialists opportunity for professional growth and connection
1st Graders shared their published writing with their peers
Community gathers to share Thanksgiving through music and prayer.
Nursery is exploring flint corn, harvests, and scarecrows
The Monthly Maker Mat motivates marvelous making!
Registration is open through November 15 for the Winter Session of After School Program classes.
Washington Post writer Fred Bowen joined the students for a day of presentations and questions
Simulation stimulates understanding of place value
Our Pre-Kindergartners are studying the work of Eric Carle, including the process by which he makes the art for his books. And they tried out the multi-step process themselves!
The Blog Has a Title | Core Values | Expanding the Reading List
Students apply the math and life skill of estimation in the classroom
It was a great first assembly of the school year!
Primary color study builds foundations across the curriculum
Navigating Implicit and Unconscious Bias with ChildrenOctober 11, 2018
Eco-education, bonding, and adventure awaited our oldest students on their annual camping trip
Mr. Lester shares his summer reading.
Children ages 4 and 5 learn the foundational elements of math concepts such as sorting, graphing, identifying numbers, using one to one counting and identifying patterns
Fourth grade enjoyed a fantastic team building field trip to Camp Calleva as part of the NPS outdoor education program.
Last spring, the 5th and 6th grade members of the Environmental Committee of Student Council planned and planted a garden.
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