Empowering Students

Empowering Students

Our elementary school ranges from K1 to Grade 5. During lunchtime, students sit at tables that are assigned by grade level and classroom. This arrangement has been a topic of conversation this year, especially among the older...


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Resource Roundup

Resource Roundup

Our elementary administrative team is made up of a principal and two associate principals. Every week we send out an email newsletter, Thursday Thoughts, to our faculty and staff to keep everyone up-to-date on news, celebrations,...


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Inspired by Master Teachers

Inspired by Master Teachers

This past week I had the privilege of attending research project presentations by nine of our elementary faculty members. These presentations were the culmination of their work toward masters degrees earned through the graduate program  for...


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The Joyful School

I’ve been thinking a lot lately about school culture and the roles that student behavior and classroom management play in helping create that culture. I came across a posting, “10 Belief Statements About Student Discipline,”...


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Learning Targets vs Activities

Learning Targets vs Activities

We’ve done some work this year on understanding the difference between a learning target and an activity. We primarily looked at this topic with literacy and math consultants as we participated in lab site...


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