Children are the ones who shape their school experience rather than being shaped for them. The school and the curriculum must respond to the child.

April 21st, 2017

Join us Tuesday, May 2nd, 6 to 8 p.m. in The Great Hall for a talk by Dr. Jim Russell. This is a version of his Ted Talk–The Twice Exceptional Child. Sponsored by The Shepherd Foundation. (more…)

Webster University, B.S. Biology

Bard College, M.S. Environmental Studies

Jenny has a passion for the natural world, and she loves to support the spark of wonder and discovery in her students. Jenny has also practiced yoga for years and will soon be a certified yoga teacher. She enjoys sharing the practices of yoga and mindfulness with her students.

About Reggio


The Reggio Emilia approach is an educational philosophy that focuses on each child’s natural development, emphasizing that learning must make sense to the student in order to be effective and meaningful. In Reggio inspired schools, many different points of view are valued and respected, including the points of view of the individual child, the teachers, and the parents.

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