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While it is true that positive change can come from these difficult times, it is also important to acknowledge disappointment, sadness, and loss.
Adolescents are driven by these key questions: “Who am I?” “Where do I fit in?” “How can/will I contribute?” These questions are more important than ever as our young people come of age during such a tumultuous and ever-changing time. This year we will be focusing on processing our place and understanding our identities while building skills, learning work management techniques and collaborating in an on-line learning community.
Ms. Gretchen, from the Red Room, made awesome read aloud videos that we shared on Instagram throughout the summer. Here are a few longer stories for your children to enjoy.
Wearing masks is now part of life's routine. Anything you can do in advance to help your child learn to wear theirs throughout the day will ease the back-to-school transition process! More on helping your kids wear masks:"How do we expect kids — particularly those who...
This school year, Ms. Sharayah will spend four weeks practice teaching. This fall, she spend two weeks teaching at Journey Montessori in Santa Fe. She shares her observations and experiences here.
Lead City officials took time from their very busy schedules to speak to our community of parents, artists and staff, as did one of our own Escuela parents. What follows is a brief overview of the event.