We bought our house directly across the street from our local early elementary school. I envisioned walking my kids to their first day of school and volunteering as an enthusiastic room-parent. However, when our children were ready for Pre-K, it all just didn’t feel the way I had imagined.
6 hours each day. ¼ of each day. Almost ½ of a child’s waking moments. What does this equal? Just short of the hours of a school day, but sadly also the average amount of daily screen time for an 8-10 year old, according to the CDC.
In a TK-6 school, experienced faculty members play a crucial role in shaping the academic and personal development of young learners. In this article, we will provide a real example of how our experience is essential and the benefits that they can provide to students.
As moms, we’ve said and thought this countless times – we do what needs to be done. But teens want parents to listen to them, not fix their problems
Last week I walked into my son’s kindergarten class to find a huge mess. The good kind of mess, that is. I glanced around the room, taking in the learning of the day and imagining the fun the kids had while working together.
Cornerstone students are encourage to fail and take risks all the time. It’s woven into the curriculum. Read below how beloved author Ronald Dahl talks about taking risks.
Cornerstone allows ample time for our students to be outside on our 3 acres of nature exploration! Our outdoor classroom provides many of these balancing needs.