Successful learning in school is often equated to sitting up straight in a desk. However, that is simply not the case. Students are actually able to concentrate on their classwork in a variety of ways. At New Morning School in Plymouth, MI, students are provided the opportunity to sit at tables, desks, even on the … Continue reading The many ways of sitting attentively for learning
"Quit moving around. You need to sit down." Who hasn't heard those words at some point in their life? Often, memories of that go back to childhood, when excitable young learners feel the need to burn off some energy. However, maybe it's not so much about burning off energy; rather, it's the need to … Continue reading Get up and move: Words to embrace at school, in the workplace
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.
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 … Continue reading Students complete year-long lesson with salmon release
Learn how New Morning School’s individualized approach will impact your child’s learning. Your children are invited to join us during a week-long open house, which runs from Jan. 22-26. Walk-ins are welcome these dates from 8:30 am to 11:30 am To RSVP, call (734) 420-3331 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Jean Piaget at New Morning School The following is a letter written for the Alumni News by New Morning School Head of School Elaine Kennedy. You have to spill a little milk to grow... Dear Parents, This fall parents at New Morning have been learning about Jean Piaget, a Swiss psychologist who researched the cognitive growth … Continue reading You have to spill a little milk to grow; by Elaine Kennedy