Grasshoppers

Parent Participation MattersIt's not always easy to find the time for PPP (Parent Participation Program) hours. You know you have to do it, but what you might not know is how important your participation is to the teachers, the children, and fellow families. Believe it or not, magical (yes, magical)...
A Paper ProjectThe Reggio Emilia approach to early childhood learning is based on a variety of learning principles. One such element is incorporating emergent curriculum into the classroom by making a place where children create their own experiences, rather than merely receive only guided learning...
Having a Ball! Who doesn’t love a good ball? We have a number of children who are just in love with sports! Balls can be a source of great joy to many Grasshoppers, but for the teachers, they at times can be a big challenge. The overwhelming desire for competition that accompanies ball play is often...
Having Expectations in Common Stated expectations are a common thread between PIC classrooms. In the Grasshopper classroom, we call these expectations our “classroom practices.” We chose this language to foster a sense of community, and our hope is that everyone—children, teachers and parents—will...

Teachers

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Lead Teacher