To celebrate 18 years since the founding of The Wolf School, families, Board members, special friends, and even The Wolf School’s first student, Otto Wolf Wallerstein, joined students and staff on February 23rd for Founders’ Day!
Founders’ Day is a beloved tradition at Wolf that allows the school community to join students and staff to celebrate what The Wolf School is today and remember how we began. Each class did a presentation to show what they’ve been working on in the classroom. All our students were so creative with their presentations with songs and videos. And our 8th graders gave a heartfelt presentation about what Wolf means to them. This years’ celebration also featured a special ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of our building project. Each Founders’ Day ends with the presentation of the Founders’ Day award. Room 3 teacher, Marci Haines, was surprised with this year’s award. The Founders’ Day award is given to a staff member who truly embodies the tenets our school was built on – discovery, collaboration, creativity, achievement, and confidence. Congratulations Marci!