Yes, there is running involved. It’s even part of the title for the Girls on the Run. But make no mistake, it’s not only about running. “Honestly, it’s such an amazing program for girls,” said Carrie Bristol, who oversees the program at New Morning School. “It’s an empowering program for girls, grades third through sixth. … Continue reading Girls on the Run offers growth opportunities
Learn how New Morning School’s individualized approach will impact your child’s learning. Tour our school (with or without your child, although a visit from your child prior to admission is a good idea), speak with our teachers and see what makes our community unique. To set up a tour or to learn more about New … Continue reading Schedule a tour for all grade levels at New Morning School
New Morning School’s series of week-long summer camps begin July 9 and run through the second week of August, as a wide range of STEM/STEAM topics are available for three age groups. Click Here for the registration form. Click Here to download the booklet, which has more in-depth information about each program and also has a … Continue reading Openings filling fast for summer STEM, art programs
Our annual end-of-year celebration took place Monday, June 11 at the Livonia Public Library. We would like to wish continued success to our graduates and acknowledge all the great accomplishments put forth by our students, their parents, our staff and community friends.
A year-long program of selling bagels has netted $1,225.62 for the Malala Fund, which helps provide educational opportunities worldwide for girls and women often unable to enjoy access to free, safe education. The team of Sofia, Mari, Marissa and Scarlett have operated WWEB -- Wednesday Women's Education Bagels -- since late October. Proceeds have been sent … Continue reading Wednesday bagel sales add up to over $1,200 for girls’ education globally
Camp Copneconic, located an hour north of New Morning School in Grand Blanc, offered our middle school students a unique learning experience over the course of two days. Students were able to participate in various activities in a camp setting, learning not only about nature but discovering their capabilities.
Many parents and educators are concerned that children will not retain knowledge and skills over the summer in today’s highly academic and competitive society. This often leads to signing children up for loads of classes, camps and activities to fill their every summertime hour. Parents will seek, and teachers will sometimes recommend: workbooks, apps, games, … Continue reading The summer learning experience | Trisha Miller
Completing a year-long science topic explaining the life cycle of salmon, elementary and middle school students from New Morning School, Plymouth took a bus trip to Ferguson Township Park in Okemos to release salmon into the Red Cedar River. The salmon were raised in a classroom tank at NMS over the course of the year. … Continue reading Students complete year-long lesson with salmon release