Tammy Pretz (elementary school librarian) writes on February 14’s World Read Aloud Day in the elementary school library.
On October 26, our early learning center students headed out to the farm for the yearly sweet potato harvest. The sweet potato digs are an ELC PTA-sponsored tradition that students look forward to every year as the weather cools and leaves start to turn shades of red and yellow, giving them a chance to learn about and experience a seasonal Japanese cultural tradition. Continue reading
Marc L’Heureux (elementary school principal), Genta Branstetter (elementary school associate principal) and the Elementary School’s Japanese teachers recently offered presentations and activities in the multi-purpose room to give parents an insight into the Japanese language curriculum and how language learning is changing. Continue reading
The Middle and High School welcomed two special guests on the week of November 15. Matt Dickinson, filmmaker, writer and adventurer, spoke with students on key points in his career and life, including his summit of Mount Everest while author Ruth Eastham conducted several writing workshops in the middle school. Continue reading
Kaitlyn Wu (Grade 10) reflects on the Tohoku Virtual English Class’ (TVEC) October 13-15 trip to Iwate, where they met with and taught their students in person. Continue reading