At New Morning School, our community of parents and teachers believe that our children should receive the most comprehensive and hands-on education possible. With the active involvement of parents and volunteers, our philosophy of participation has allowed us to not only minimize our families’ expenses, but to also teach our students the importance of … Continue reading The Co-Op Experience: What does it involve?
Camp Copneconic, located an hour north of New Morning School in Grand Blanc, offered our middle school students a unique learning experience over the course of two days. Students were able to participate in various activities in a camp setting, learning not only about nature but discovering their capabilities.
Imagine arriving each morning to a school where some people know your name. Some people might know who your teacher is, or what grade you’re in. Imagine feeling jumbled in a large population of people mostly your age who don’t really know you. Do they care about you? Do you matter? Are you important? … Continue reading Blog: School Should be a Caring and Connected Community | Marisa Downs
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
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
Some years ago, before I was a teacher or had children of my own, my sister-in-law passed on a bit of advice that I think of often. She and my eldest brother were raising my nephew and niece in a way I really respected. Their kids were wonderful! They were smart, outgoing, fun, and … Continue reading Enhance the yes; by Marisa Downs