Every day at Pike, we expect our students to be thinking about others and to find ways to support each other, whether by helping to clean the cafeteria or inviting others to join in the play or work they are doing.
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As the school year begins, I take time to reflect on my teacher’s retreat in Medellin, Columbia this summer.
Welcome back to school! Whether you are a student, teacher or parent, those words can bring up many questions.
The author states, “Fellow parents, it’s time for us to consider another possible explanation for why our kids are increasingly disengaged. It’s because we’ve disengaged ourselves; we’re too busy looking down at our screens to look up at our kids.”
Turning on the radio or looking at the headlines these days means having the senses bombarded by the human issues being played out on the world stage. It is obvious that the conflicts between people from different countries are not the only ones we face.
Here at The Pike School students as young as four are exposed to the concept of programming.