Exactly how does attending an intimate learning environment like New Morning School in Plymouth, MI. prepare a student for a larger school? In the case of Greyson, he found the skills he acquired while attending New Morning through seventh grade served him well in a new school with a much different learning environment. … Continue reading Prepared for remote learning: How one student thrived
At New Morning School, our teaching method encourages a mindset that has prepared our students for the coronavirus and beyond. Out of necessity this year, teachers, students and parents were introduced to the concept of online schooling. Traditional learning had to quickly pivot to accommodate the concept of online school for kids. While many … Continue reading How does nurturing independent learning and creative thinking help our students during COVID-19?
I’ve been thinking about this topic for a few days. We are in the early days of “shelter in place.” It is a challenging time. In my role as Head of School at New Morning School, I’m receiving by email every promotion by every company offering school curriculum. They’re all screaming – it’s free, … Continue reading Blog: It’s not your job to entertain your kids | Elaine Kennedy
Families looking to become part of a unique, nurturing learning community are encouraged to join us at one of two open house dates at New Morning School: Jan. 22-23 from 9 to 11 a.m. Discover our unique Piaget-based learning, where no two children are the same and all are encouraged to reach their full … Continue reading Discover Us: Two dates for January Open House
New Morning School families are invited to the school's Arctic Adventure Scholastic Book Fair. The book fair offers contests, activities, story time and more, featuring a variety of books, school supplies and other fun items. It will be open Monday, Nov. 18 from 7:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Spirit Week Monday: Flannel Day Tuesday: … Continue reading Scholastic Book Fair events set for Nov. 18-22
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’