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  1. Of Wonders Wild and New: The Poster Parade

    Creativity, enthusiasm, and a bit of whimsical madness circled the grass last week in the form of the Sixth Grade Poster Parade. The sixth graders had worked for weeks crafting posters with scenes from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain. Both books have been part…

  2. What Are Your Children Doing This Summer?

    For children, the stretch of summer months suggests freedom and play. They long for the time and space to celebrate the joys of youth. And they need summer. According to a recent American Academy of Pediatrics’ (AAP) report, “Play allows children to use their creativity while developing their imagination, dexterity, and physical, cognitive, and emotional…

  3. Katie (Holder) Kristof

    I am an MBA student at USC Marshall with a concentration in marketing and management studies. I hope to bring my passion for marketing and entrepreneurial spirit into a career in healthcare. I love solving problems, gathering insights and generating creative strategies to address specific business challenges. I work to strengthen teams by incorporating various…

  4. The Benefits of Music in a School Setting

    Carden Hall believes that music enhances child development, improves social skills, adds joy and variety to learning, and benefits children of all ages. In addition, music helps to strengthen memory skills. Daily singing builds a love of music and the joys of song. Our students perform musical numbers at every assembly, including special, themed grade…

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