The other day I worked alongside a substitute teacher in our Moorestown preschool. It had been a number of months since she had worked with me and my class of preschool students, and midway through the morning she commented: “I can’t believe how much [the children]...
At the heart of servant leadership is the idea of serving alongside others. Each child leads by example, takes on challenging roles, and inspires by honoring the ideas and capabilities of their peers. read more
View a photo gallery of kindergarteners checking out books at the school library. Lower School Librarian Deb Alterman always helps students find books relating to the subjects they are interested in, including racing cars, dogs, space, and more! read more
View a photo gallery of "Forest Friday" in Preschool. Every week, lessons and activities are conducted outdoors so students have the opportunity to further explore their senses and the natural world. read more
Prekindergarten Teachers Paige Bloom and Lisa Martin led their students on a field trip to study abstract art with the Philadelphia Museum of Art Prekindergarten program. read more
“What does preschool parental support look like and what can be done at home to support the child?” This is a frequent question for parents at our Moorestown preschool, and, when carefully considered, one which has the potential to support growth and connection in our preschool students. read more
Sending your child to school for the first time is a big deal. Not only is this a new adventure for preschool students, but it also is new territory for parents. Communication between parents and teachers can make this a joyful transition. read more
View a photo gallery of Prekindergarten Center Exploration. As students arrive each morning, they have a number of activities to explore and engage with to calmly transition into school. read more