Teacher Spotlight: Remedios Loosli Grades Teacher Music Teacher Remedios Loosli (pronounced “Lawsley”) always knew he would become a teacher. From a young age he asked himself, “How can I be of service, how can I be helpful to others?” And so he has...
Ramadan and Eid Celebration We would like to share some highlights of classroom celebrations of Ramadan and Eid over the past month. In Nursery, the children watched a little puppet show based on conversations with families from the class about their Ramadan and Eid...
In Their Words: Quotes by the Eighth Grade ||| Our first 8th grade graduating class was fortunate enough to take a 5-day hiking adventure along the Lost Coast of Northern California, in Humboldt County this past April. After having self-quarantined and being tested...
Quiet Time for You and Your Child ||| Is there a time of day that is particularly hard with your very young child? For many, that is just before dinner when you are busy preparing, and the child(ren) can be cranky and hungry. Or is it right after lunch when you want...
Dia De Los Muertos ||| Día de los Muertos is almost here! On November 1st and 2nd, this festival will be celebrated everywhere in the world where the Latin American heritage lives. This year especially, with so many loved ones having recently crossed the threshold...
The Treasure Tree is a place where we share school glimpses, news and a variety of other nuggets of goodness. The name Treasure Tree is an homage to an actual tree near our previous location on Cedar Street. As many of our families know and fondly remember, the...
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