During the month of January, teachers are hard at work in the evenings and on the weekends writing their children’s progress reports. Progress reports tell the story of a child as a learner; they are descriptive, filled with precise detail, and reveal a child’s interests, strengths, and areas for growth. Children seldom progress in a neat and predictably-sequenced manner; each child is a unique individual with different life experiences, and no two developmental pathways are the same. As I read over your children’s reports, I am struck by how each one paints a distinct picture of each child. Reports will go home the first week in February.
As you know, we recently launched our new website. It is how most prospective families learn about our school. We want to add short videos of our children and community to give a glimpse of life in our school, but we need your help! Please share your links to videos (not pics) that you have with Alex Estes (Freely’s dad) at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
A note from Agent Jackson & Agent Alleyne: Dear TNS Families, Thank you so much for all your warm wishes and help in making our holiday season special. We’re so happy to be a part of the TNS community.