What we look for, we find. What we pay attention to, grows. These words of wisdom are the tenets of Tony Silbert and Jen Hetzel Silbert, the dynamic husband and wife team of Spartina Consulting. Here at The Wolf School, we’ve already found this to be true – having looked
On Thursday, December 4, the Wolf School Parent Organization (WSPO) is hosting its first ever Holiday Shop. With a fun assortment of vendors selling everything from jewelry, pocketbooks, Scholastic books, wreaths, lotions, ornaments, art prints, clothing, notecards, hand painted wineglasses, and more, this afternoon event is sure to be a
At The Wolf School, whenever someone has a connection, or something in common with another person, they extend the pinky and thumb on their hand, pointing their pinky towards the other person, and their thumb back at themselves. Head of School Anna Johnson began her graduation speech to the 8th
Wolf School parent Grace Welch shares her thoughts after watching a student hip hop performance. Grace is mom inventor of the award-winning patemm pad (www.patemm.com) and an educational advocate. She resides in Providence with her husband Marty and their 4 children: Patrick, Emma, Jack, and Lucie. Grace is currently training
Amanda Dair (right) is Wolf School’s Social Emotional Educator. In this blog post she gives parents tips and strategies for keeping cool in the summer months. Ahh, summer….sunshine, time with the family, down time and weekend getaways. Even though summer is a time for fun and relaxation, the lack of
Early school experiences have a significant impact on complex learners. Here Leah Valentine, Wolf’s Kindergarten teacher extraordinaire, explains what a difference it can make for a child when there are intensive classroom supports early on. I love it when my students are successful in math, read a sentence full of
Last week we took the eighth grade to visit the galleries of Anthony Quinn in Bristol, RI. He is known by many as an actor, but his work as artist, once experienced, leaves an even more distinct impression. We were greeted by his wife, Katherine, who graciously welcomed us all
1, 2, 3 Magic … Really? Who would have believed that something so simple could have such an impact? As an educator, I often think — how hard can it be to manage my own two children? After all, I’ve spent 14 years implementing a variety of positive behavior systems.