Month: November 2017

Kathy’s Message

Kathy’s Message

Folks, Today as I write this, your children are home (off from a typical day of classes), and my teachers are immersed in composing and writing their Fall Interim Comments for each student. The comments are written to help students see more clearly their own approach...

Grade Level Happenings

Grade 6: October was a wonderful month for our sixth graders. Classes were able to gain traction, and the students have been working diligently across the curriculum. In English, students wrapped up the short stories unit. They wrote two analytical paragraphs about...

Our D-E Community

Our D-E Community

In the Garden: It’s seed-saving time!  7th grade DIG students practiced wet and dry seed saving techniques and begin their study of seed types and the anatomy of a seed. Parent volunteers enjoy fried green tomatoes prepared by the students. [gallery type="circle"...

Deans’ Message: Not Your Parents’ “Report Cards”

Deans’ Message: Not Your Parents’ “Report Cards”

In Mid-November, the first written report cards summarizing student progress become available.  But the reports you will receive are not just the old-fashioned list of grades our own parents may have received – and which may still feel familiar to many parents today....