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Head of School Blog

Always Learning

November 9, 2018

OMS team at the Wildfire Education training From the year 1999 to the year 2002, the amount of new recorded information was equal to all recorded information in the five…
Jay Scheurle
November 9, 2018

Being a good neighbor

November 2, 2018

Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood brought rare kindness and depth to children’s television. This year marked the 50th anniversary of Fred Rogers’ unique show, which started in 1968 and ended in 2001.…
Jay Scheurle
November 2, 2018

Immersion and fluency

October 26, 2018

One at a time, each sixth-year student stands in front of their peers to present their Spanish project. The only language spoken in this classroom is Spanish. All questions and…
Jay Scheurle
October 26, 2018

Building social-emotional intelligence in children

September 20, 2018

The thirty-foot-long balancing platform sat precariously in front of them, the whole length supported by one large, round cylinder underneath, just slightly off-center. Oak Meadow Middle School students looked nervously…
Jay Scheurle
September 20, 2018

Think bigger… and smaller

September 14, 2018

Upper elementary students are about to launch an intensive scientific exploration of biology, botany, habitats, and animals. How do you imagine the students would approach the introduction of these studies?…
Jay Scheurle
September 14, 2018

Learning rooted in self-discovery

September 7, 2018

Following the quiet summer break, the teachers and I were eager to have the students return this week. It brings a big smile to my face to once again be…
Jay Scheurle
September 7, 2018

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