Screening dates are March 28 and April 10 at Maplehurst Elementary, April 2 and 4 at Ernsthausen Performing Arts Center
How is self-denial a celebration?
Teachers become “guides on the sides” when students apply their knowledge.
Norwalk Catholic and St. Paul students want to leave behind a positive impact on their school and community.
“Learning can be fun if we identify our learning preference and seek activities that we enjoy.”
It’s amazing what teachers can do “when given an opportunity to have some discretionary funds slated for creativity.”
Skype Exchange allowed Main Street School sixth-grade band to perform for Polish students.
As an interconnected community, we all gain much from great education for our youth.
Norwalk High School places great value on academics, attendance, athletics and the fine arts.
Train your child to hear the sound structure of spoken language instead of focusing on the meaning of words.
The success of our students now often equates to them becoming successful adults, who have learned by example.
“We build our mental capacities when we are alone with our thoughts, exploring and figuring out what to do.”
There is no time like now for each of us.
As parents, teachers and mentors, we have or will have discussions about success.
Advent season “should inspire and encourage all of us in our efforts to prepare for the newborn King of Kings.”