This is the time of year when, particularly with Upper Schoolers, we recognize superlative individual performances.
As described in my last column, Applewild is not simply committed to independence but has the freedom to emphasize access.
It is a pleasure to welcome our students back.
As parents, we all want the best for our children. We know that education plays an essential role in preparing them for their future.
Sherri Ebner provided an outstanding Applewild Speakers’ Series presentation.
Applewild adopted explicit Core Competencies three years ago to parallel the Core Values that we put in place about 15 years ago.
Higher Order Thinking Skills (HOTS) . . .
We have a busy 17 school days between now and the New Year, and much for which to give thanks.