We all know that being physically active is good for our health. The CDC also reminds us that children who are physically active not only perform better academically but also have better behavior in the classroom.
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Watching this play out over the last few days between these two "boys" just reiterated the unique and warm spirit at The Woods.
According to Harvard University’s Jacqueline Zeller’s research on student relationships, “The sense of safety and security afforded by close relationships provides children with a steady footing to support them through developmental and academic challenges.”
The perfect way to start the year and re-introduce the students to world language classes is to give them the freedom to work on a project during which they can be creative and have fun.
Sixth-grade French students recently made personal profiles for themselves to showcase their interests, hobbies, and backgrounds.
First grade is excited to welcome our grandparents and special friends to The Woods Academy.
We had a rainy start to our fall sports season but we have made the best of it! After dealing with the extreme heat index for tryouts and then the weeks of rain, we finally got off and running with some sun the last week of September.
Research shows that working memory is important for creativity. Just as a strong working memory is good for learning, working memory is important for creativity as well.
Success comes when you can’t stop serving that which you love, and painting is what I love!