This is the time of year, the week before Winter Break, when both students and teachers are eagerly anticipating those imagined languid days of sleeping in, staying up late and having no other agenda than doing absolutely nothing, or everything, according to one’s choosing. Too often, however, this imagined utopia of free time becomes … Continue reading Tips for surviving, thriving during Winter Break | Linda Hyde
Testimonial: "I will tell them (as a former teacher) that at this age, there should be play, there should be choice. It promotes interest in learning and love of school." Call 734-420-3331 for a tour.
We began our search for a school for our son the year before he started kindergarten. As experienced parents with children in 10th and 12th grade, we knew that public education had come up a bit short for us and we were looking for something that was a better match for our educational values and goals. … Continue reading ‘To foster a love of learning in children’
Seeing what you can't see Who: Students entering grades 2-6 When: July 15-19, 9 AM to Noon or 9 AM to 3 PM. Extended hours: 7:30 AM to 6 PM. Kitchen Chemistry: Start with what’s found in your kitchen to experiment with chemical reactions. Test foods for glucose and starch and make a Mentos … Continue reading Microscopic Mysteries
We are seeking Summer Science Camp Teachers and Aides to teach five weeks of STEM camps, which run from July 8 through Aug. 9 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The camps are offered to students in grades 2-6. They are hands-on, activity-oriented and tech-filled. Aide positions available include 8:15 a.m. to 3 pm … Continue reading Jobs | Summer Science Camp teachers, aides needed