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Worthy Reads for the Year Ahead

While it can be tempting to measure reading goals by the number of books read, we do well to heed the words of Thomas Hobbes. “If I read as many books as most men do, I would be as dull-witted… Read More

Promoting Reading in 2022

One of our central goals as a school is to inculcate a love of learning and a love of reading in our students. While we lack a magic formula to build a reader, we do have some helpful methods to… Read More

Community as Essential

The mental health crises caused by COVID isolation has spurred the demand for in-person learning across all education levels. The long-term impacts on mental and spiritual health led our governor to declare in-person instruction a state of emergency. Of course,… Read More

Principles and Methods Part 2

In Principles and Methods Part 1, we alluded to this month’s edition, where we would glean wisdom from pastors in the Providence community. As a reminder, as parents we can agree on various principles or outcomes we desire in our… Read More

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