Heritage Festival 2016: An example of a Spiral Curriculum
It’s Red Nose Day 2016
Applewild is participating in Red Nose Day, U.S. 2016!
Students, faculty, and staff will receive a red nose on Monday, May 23rd.
Put it on.
Can Elementary Students Create Inventions?
Recently, Applewild’s 4th grade students were charged with researching a real world problem and to find a solution.
If you are a human and are seeing this field, please leave it blank.
Applewild School vs.
Early childhood expert and NYT Best Selling Author, Erika Christakis visited Applewild recently to sign copies of her book, The Importance of Being Little; What Preschoolers Really Need
Opening reception for the new exhibit in the Marshall lobby.
Don’t miss the 8th grade exhibit in the Marshall lobby.