By appointment, for all returning elementary and middle school students.
California Pizza Kitchen in Livonia hosts an all-day fundraiser Tuesday, May 22 in support of adding new playground equipment for New Morning School. Click Here to download it, then present it anytime throughout the day; the restaurant will donate 20 percent of your bill toward our playground project. The elementary class is spearheading the … Continue reading Playground fundraiser May 22 at California Pizza Kitchen
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 … Continue reading Wednesday bagel sales add up to over $1,200 for girls’ education globally
The magic of Pixar movies actually isn't magic; it's more like a detailed process that combines art, science and teamwork into a creative finished product. That's the message learned from New Morning School's elementary class on a trip to the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn. Exploring the process of incorporating science and technology into … Continue reading The Science Behind Pixar: An elementary field trip to the Henry Ford
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 email@example.com
Accommodations can be a dirty word for some, but they are changes that make it easier for your child to learn. They don’t change what your child is learning but change how they are learning. I have a strong belief in meeting a students needs and accommodating every student, so that they can reach their potential. … Continue reading Accommodations – What you can do at home and school to help your child; by Christine Jansen