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Kindergarten teacher Katelyn Ewing explains how her students are planting a tower garden in their classroom. The kindergarten classroom continued its lesson in learning about plants and life, adding seedlings to its tower garden. Arugula, bibb lettuce, gourmet lettuce, rainbow chard, cucumber, kale and basil seeds were carefully added to tower garden. The class … Continue reading Kindergarten plants tower garden in classroom
Registrations is underway for the spring Me & My Shadow, a program designed around toddlers (ages 2-3) and their parents. This allows toddlers an opportunity to experience a preschool setting. This four-session program meets Mondays from 5:45 to 7 p.m., beginning April 29 and ending May 20. Returning families get first priority for entry … Continue reading Sign up for spring Me & My Shadow program
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Ten years ago, my husband and I discovered New Morning School for our daughter. As public school teachers, sending our kids to private school wasn’t a decision we took lightly. But New Morning School is exceptional. Below, I share why we decided it is the best place for our children. Our daughter started in … Continue reading Why choose New Morning School | Marisa Downs
I recently attended a conference offering sessions delving deep into the idea of learning. A simple word, but an incredibly complex concept when you really think about it. Jenny Bennett, a teacher and presenter at the 2018 ISACS Conference defined seven qualities that make a learner great. Learners think, reflect, are determined, connect, question, … Continue reading Question, wonder are important elements to learning | Katelyn Ewing