Don’t worry, she’s my favorite student!
He’s a boy, he’ll catch up!
He’ll get it, just give it more time.
She’s the youngest of your children, don’t worry!
Do any or all these statements sound familiar?
We know the human brain is hard-wired for oral language. But once humans assigned symbols to represent spoken language (the written word), our brains had to develop new pathways to interpret those arbitrary signs and symbols to acquire the skill of reading.
I recently had the pleasure of taking a very special group of visitors on a tour of the new middle school building.
We recently hosted Parent Observation Mornings again at HRS after two years of hiatus during the pandemic.
During the last few days of school prior to winter break in December, we had the delightful opportunity to invite grandparents and grand friends to visit our campus, learn about our program, and join together with students in the classroom.
On November 28, we opened our new middle school building to students.