“Oh what a sight, this time of year”

Holiday Event As all of us know, getting up in front of a crowd is never easy. But imagine how impossible it might seem if you were a child with complex learning differences? Many of our students arrive at Wolf without the social skills or confidence it takes to speak up in

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A Day of Joy

It truly was a joyful day on December 15th as Wolf students and staff participated in Hasbro’s Global Day of Joy! Team Hasbro turned the Pelson Center into sandwich headquarters as Hasbro volunteers and Wolf teams worked together to make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, package each one with a handmade

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We Are Wolf

We Are Wolf is a 5 question interview format showcasing members of The Wolf School Community. From alumni to parents to donors to staff – we are all Wolf! Name: Lindsey Shoemaker Connection to Wolf: Music Teacher Brief Description/Bio: Lindsey was born and raised in Missoula, Montana. She studied Music Education with a

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James Patterson and Scholastic Reading Club Grant

The Wolf School is thrilled to announce that we have received a grant from bestselling author James Patterson to support our school library! In the first-ever partnership of its kind, Patterson joined forces with Scholastic Reading Club to administer funding applications to their network of 62,000 schools and 800,000 teachers. Schools entering

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Annual Report

What a difference a year makes! See the impact you’ve had on The Wolf School and the lives of Complex Learners in our 2015-2016 Annual Report.

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Feeling groovy! Hippie 70’s Dance

Bellbottoms and tie-dye made the scene on Saturday, October 22nd when the Wolf School Parent Organization (WSPO) held a Hippie 70’s Dance for students, staff, and families! The Pelson Center at The Wolf School was transformed into a colorful 70’s dream where students and families enjoyed dancing, food, games, and a

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Part of the Team

For Wolf ‘s Physical Education/Health teacher Michael LaRose, coaching cross country is hardly a new endeavor. But when you’re coaching a team at Wolf, every year can feel just as rewarding as the first. This year’s cross country team consists of 12 students in grades 6-8. Practice began the first week

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Complex Learners: Bridging Assessment and Treatment for Social and Academic Success

On Saturday, October 15th, The Wolf School welcomed over 50 educators, parents, clinicians, educational advocates, Occupational Therapists, and Speech & Language Pathologists for our second annual Complex Learners Conference.  Complex Learners: Bridging Assessment and Treatment for Social and Academic Success provided an in-depth understanding of the ways assessment of Complex

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Welcome to our library!

A new school year has brought many welcomed additions to The Wolf School- new students, new families, new staff members, and our much anticipated new library! Gaining this valuable resource back was one of the main goals of our Growing Our Vision Campaign We are particularly grateful for a bequest from the

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Third Annual Golf Outing

The weather was beautiful, the golfers were ready, and the support for Wolf was tremendous at our Third Annual Golf Outing! Held September 20th at Wannamoisett Country Club, The Wolf School was thrilled to welcome special guest, and Jr. Ryder Cup Player- Patrick Welch to our Golf Outing! Patrick, the

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