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Workers with autism are good for business

We celebrate National Autism Awareness Month in April by recognizing the growth of services helping children and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities achieve their full potential. But it’s also important to acknowledge that an area we must continue … Continue reading

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Delivering a Balanced Meal: Guest Blog

As we wind down March, National Nutrition month, I asked Kathy Bastow, QA Supervisor,  and Wendy Sadlier, head of the cafeteria, to share their thoughts on how we provide a nutritious breakfast and lunch to 145 students with very diverse … Continue reading

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Our *Lucky* Shamrock

Since St. Patrick’s Day is Sunday, we are celebrating early on Thursday and Friday. As you walk the halls of our school, you will see every shade of green that you can imagine. Yes, it is a fun day for … Continue reading

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Why We Dance: Guest Blog by Shari Mastalski

Recently, we said goodbye to our artist in residency, dancer Shari Mastalski. During her final recital, “Room 113 and the Girls Group” performed their interpretative dances of the Four Seasons. It was a fun and inspirational day! I asked Shari … Continue reading

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Digital Learning Day ’19!

It may be difficult to believe but Digital Learning Day is just around the corner – this Thursday, February 28th! It seems like yesterday that we were in the gym welcoming our exhibitors, staff, and friends from the community for … Continue reading

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Finding Inspiration

As many of you know, I am a big believer in the power of positivity and inspiration. Not only do I enjoy Maria Shriver’s weekly newsletter, I always welcome suggestions of motivational books. So, of course, when I learned that … Continue reading

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The Dream Gap

Recently, I read an article on the importance of playtime. Much of the article was centered around the startling statistic that, on average, around 6 years of age is when girls stop thinking that they can be and do anything; … Continue reading

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