Author: CPAdmin

28 Apr The View from My Desk…April 2016

We have just concluded the performance of six well-done shows as well as an amazing art month. Why bother? Some of the most brilliant, artistic and successful people the world over were not successful in school (particularly K-12). To name just a few, Paul McCartney, Albert Einstein,...

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07 May Look For Signs, Act Early

Is your child gifted, bright, average, or delayed? Where are their social skills, language, large motor, and small motor compared to their peers? If your preschool is your first child, you may not have much exposure to peers to compare. Some preschoolers mature in spurts making...

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20 Dec Brain Research and Early Childhood Education

Brain research has already had a profound impact on early childhood education at CASY. Hydration, exercise, cross lateral movement, music and Spanish all seem to have positive effects on the brain. The near future promises a much greater understanding of the most complex object. Read More...

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15 Nov IMAGINATION, NOT PRICE, IS WHAT COUNTS

This article reminds us of what we often forget when we are overwhelmed by a glorious toy department. IMAGINATION, NOT PRICE, IS WHAT COUNTS A cardboard box, a stick and a blanket. These are a few of our favorite things.  At least if you are a kid. ...

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06 Oct WELCOME BACK PICNIC

The Welcome Back Picnic was a great success.  This year we were assisted by a Girl Scout troop who are all CASY alumni.  Ms. Suzie and Ms. Crystal taught some fun dances and there was a surprise visit by "Elvis" Spero.  A video of the...

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11 Jan President Obama’s State of the Union

President Obama's State of the Union speech brought a spotlight back on education at a time when many of you are busy planning your children's educational future. When we operated CASY Country Day School, our students' test scores were consistently the highest in the state....

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