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Our Remote Learning Journey

Continuing our learning journey together with this new remote Schoolhouse, the children in our Junior Kindergarten program recently participated in our annual Dream Week! A pandemic was not going to stop the flow of our young learner’s creative juices. Instead, it made it more of a challenge! […]
2020-04-27T17:24:01+00:00April, 2020|Early Childhood, News|

The Joys of Reading

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” Dr. Seuss wrote those words in the book, I Can Read With My Eyes Shut, which celebrates the joys of reading. Every year […]

2020-04-27T17:19:54+00:00April, 2020|Early Childhood, News|

Siroos Kassarian

We had the opportunity last trimester to have Siroos Kassarian, an artist from Switzerland, visit our classroom! He is a member of the European Academy of Arts and has won several awards for his excellence in different fields of Visual Arts. Pegah, his daughter, came along as his interpreter as Siroos speaks German.

Siroos had the […]

2020-04-27T17:13:47+00:00April, 2020|Enrichment, News|

Second Grade Sale

Do you like raising money to help others? Second graders do! Every year around this time, we focus our attention on helping others, writing persuasive paragraphs, and learning about what it means to produce and consume goods. When you mesh these ideas together, you have the ever […]

2020-02-27T17:50:55+00:00February, 2020|Lower Elementary, News|

The Power of Words

As I share my words, I will borrow from others.

“Your word is the power that you have to create. It is a gift.” -Don Miguel Ruiz

From the first words we speak to those who made us, to the words spoken about us when we pass from this world…words […]

2020-02-10T20:19:39+00:00February, 2020|News, Upper Elementary|

ECE Helping Hands

The Dolphins happily participated in our annual ECE Helping Hands Sale! On Helping Hands Day, the ECE programs team up to raise money to shine light on the siblings and families of critically ill children in Los Angeles through a wonderful organization called the Elizabeth A. MacDonald Foundation […]

2020-02-05T16:18:58+00:00February, 2020|Early Childhood, News|

Third Grade Explores Los Angeles

Every year, as a part of our Social Studies curriculum, third grade studies the history of the Los Angeles region. We began with learning about landforms such as mountains, rivers, basins, hills, and valleys, which eventually led to our study of Los Angeles specific landforms such as […]

2020-01-24T20:53:10+00:00January, 2020|Lower Elementary, News|
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