Educating the whole child and honoring the diversity of each individual from
Pre-elementary (age 3) through Grade 8.



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Our Learning Continues

Historical Figures Come for a Visit

Lower Elementary classes experienced a special visit from historical figures to inspire excitement about math and science. Check out who visited!

London Bound by Jo Weise, Upper Elementary Teacher

Upper-elementary students had the opportunity to go on a trip to London (virtually, of course). They started their journey by riding The London Eye. They were treated with marvelous views of the whole of London, which they then went on to explore.

Following Curiosity: A Science Experiment Shared

Learning is not about memorizing facts. Learning is asking questions and following your curiosity like this Pre-elementary student who conducted a science experiment and shared it with others.

Teacher's Choice: Two Videos from Students

With remote learning, one method that allows teachers to observe and celebrate their students' moments of learning is through shared videos. Here are two special videos shared with Mrs. Fleming, one of our Pre-elementary teachers.

Five pictures with each showing a part of a water lily.

Part of a Pre-elementary classroom is having a group lesson and then individually completing an activity. See how this is being accomplished via remote instruction and learning.

Week 2 Remote Learning (Room 3)

Room 3 has a busy week of learning from Work Time to After the Storm project. It is all captured in this special slideshow.

Learning Continues


Speech Bubble, email, and cell phone represent communication.

Prospective Families

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