Our Students' Schedules
Our hallways are celebrations of student accomplishments, and our classrooms are bustling with all types of learning opportunities. Our day begins with Morning Meeting, a time for students to practice the many social skills they will need throughout the day. After, students engage in lessons that integrate visual, auditory, kinesthetic and tactile experiences in all areas of the academic curriculum. Building the place value system with Base 10 blocks to help students conceive of what one million-unit cubes would look like, sky-writing key vocabulary words from a unit on animal adaptations, or forming cursive letters on memory boards while saying a letter name and making the corresponding letter sound are but a few examples of how we incorporate the senses as a primary teaching tool for students who learn differently.